June 21, 2019

“if you want to avoid annihilation open your mouth and sing”
— Sharon Venezio

At the intersection of poetry, medicine, and family is The Silence of Doorways, by Sharon Venezio, and it’s quite the spot to be. It was not until the final poem where I felt the title click—b...

June 6, 2019

But I would call a skeleton by your name
if it could curl around me
so convincingly.

— Chelsea Kurnick

To read a poem dedicated to a brownie, in Ramadan, is unbearably beautiful, and so worth it, especially when its poetry by a local legend, in a book highlighting the m...

June 4, 2019

Moon Tide Press is beyond thrilled to be publishing Alexandra Umlas's debut collection of poems, At the Table of the Unknown. This collection confirms that the possibility for poetry is everywhere. These poems are clear, open-eyed, and harvested from two decades of wri...

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Moon Tide Publisher Eric Morago Features at Beatnik Cafe Poetry Night on Zoom this Sunday, July 26th at 7 PM

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