Come say hi to Gazing Grain Press at the AWP Bookfair in Los Angeles this Thursday-Saturday! We'll have copies of our chapbooks and miniatures for sale, as well as author signings throughout the conference. Gazing Grain will be at Booth 708 with George Mason University and our family of GMU-affiliated presses and journals: Stillhouse Press, Phoebe, and So to Speak.
The following GGP authors will be signing their work at Booth 708:
Gazing Grain Press is hosting two reading events this month, on opposite ends of the country!
On Tuesday, March 22, Heidi Czerwiec and Nora Brooks (our Inaugural Prose Contest winner and runner-up) will read at the New Leaves Conference at George Mason University. Their reading will begin at 5:30 pm and be followed by a Q&A. Read more about the event here.
We'll also be featuring GGP authors' work at an off-site event with Switchback; No, Dear; and Atlas Review at AWP in Los Angeles. The...
We're delighted that Marisa Crawford, our 2015 Poetry Chapbook Contest winner, will be reading this week in Fairfax, VA at the Fall for the Book festival at George Mason University! All festival events are free and open to the public, with convenient parking options nearby.
Marisa will be reading on Saturday, October 3 from 2:30-4:00pm from her chapbook Big Brown Bag. The reading will take place in the Arts Plaza Tent, followed by a reception with food and wine (and, of course, book sales...
Belladonna* is a feminist avant-garde collective, founded in 1999 by Rachel Levitsky. This week, Gazing Grain editor Kathy Goodkin spoke with Belladonna* member HR Hegnauer about the collective's work, and the role of radical conversation.
Kathy Goodkin: For you, what is the most important part of Belladonna’s mission?
HR Hegnauer: I love the Belladonna* mission! Below is our mission statement, and while it is all important, that first line jumps out for me. It’s about promoting women wr...