Time change for San Dimas Bamboo Dart Press reading this Friday night

Happy to announce that the time for the reading at Highpoint Brewery in San Dimas this Friday has been bumped up to a later 7:30 PM start time which should allow any facing traffic to make it out. See the flyer above and in the previous posts beneath it, other dates to catch Peter Cherches …

Peter Cherches “Things” book on Bamboo Dart is out today. Catch his west coast readings.

Peter Cherches new book Things is out now on Bamboo Dart Press. Peter is in the air as I write this, headed to the west coast for a series of readings to support the book. If you have not yet seen Cherches read, you are missing a writer that is nimble in the public arena …

Richard Brown Lethem short premieres for his book “Roots, Stones and Baggage” Out on Bamboo Dart Press April 22

Richard Brown Lethem has, at 90, put together a book that acts as a survey and a reflecting pool of his life’s work thus far. The book Roots, Stones and Baggage features a wide swath of his poems and paintings spanning from 1952 to 2023. His paintings have traversed the world for installations and he …

Dennis Callaci second short for “Lost Reflection” book & expanded readings

Lost Reflection is out now on Bamboo Dart Press. Here is a second short for the book. Callaci will be reading throughout Southern California this spring through the fall with east coast dates in the new year. 4/16┬áChe Cafe, San Diego, 3pm with Victoria Waddle, Andy Palasciano, Peter Cherches & Allen Callaci + Refrigerator acoustic …

Peter Cherches short for his new Bamboo Dart Press book “Things” premieres

Things is the third book by Peter Cherches on Bamboo Dart Press. Things known and unknown. Story as thing. The soul of things. The essence of narrative. Bare bones. Blind alleys. Unanswered questions. And poems, a few pantoums and haiku too. Forty things by Peter Cherches. Check out his west coast dates and trailer for …

Margot Hover’s Four and Twenty Blackbirds book is out today on Bamboo Dart Press

Margot Hover spent her career first as high school English and drama teacher, then as teaching chaplain at Dallas Parkland Hospital, Duke University, Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and finally, working with pastors throughout rural Illinois and Missouri. She was foster parent for troubled teens before adopting two Cambodian refugee children. This life of service colors …