July 10, 2020

"I know my fears — I’ve named them,
counted them out one by one

like tarot cards, voodoo dolls:

birth,
death,
poverty,
obscurity,
that you will leave me,
or I will leave you."


Kate Buckley, “Harlan County”

What a year we've been woven thus far, Moon Tiders, but what...

March 19, 2020

Here at Moon Tide Press, we, like many other community art spaces, understand the gravity of all the precautionary measures being taken to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Though we want to ensure the physical safety of our artists and our communities, we also want...

March 5, 2020

“A voice sings itself quiet,
murders perfect syllables.”
Peggy Dobreer

How do you encapsulate a woman with so many enticing layers? You read In the Lake of Your Bones by Peggy Dobreer.

Throughout this book, there was a woman holding my hand, taking me on colorful journ...

February 6, 2020

“...this is how we live when no one’s watching.”
—Lincoln McElwee

It was pretty cool to finally read the very first anthology Moon Tide Press released following Eric Morago’s leadership, Lullaby of Teeth. For starters, that title, damn! Taken from Bill Cushing’s poem, A...

February 5, 2020

Every year, March 8th celebrates International Women's Day, a focus on the women's rights movement. In honor of women, on this day, and every day, Moon Tide Press, invites you to join their women authors for a very special Women's Day Reading, hosted at King Richard's...

January 2, 2020

“That his lungs were endowed with youth’s lovely rage.”
 — Carine Topal

For almost a decade, I’ve watched the state of womanhood undergo a revolutionary frictional change. This has only been exacerbated in spaces where political and social turmoil ensues and an underlyi...