Recent releases from our editors here at North of Oxford. We thank all for supporting our work.
Our contributing editors recently performed at Cafe Improv in Princeton, New Jersey. Here are the videos and we hope you enjoy.
Alien Buddha Press has just released, Stale Bread and Coffee, by contributing editor, g emil reutter. The book is available for purchase at this link:
“As always g emil reutter has the ability to pull us into his world where he conjures up images of late night streets, broken relationships, and men who are on the edge of life and lost in America’s backwaters.” – James D Quinton, (1977-2012), Open Wide Magazine
“The colloquial voice of g emil reutter rises from the valley, circles back through years of close observation with a steady eye. There’s nothing trumped up in these poems, nothing inflated into transcendence. Here life is as it is for the line worker, the waitress, the cop, the perp or the barroom guys. These are the common folk who live in the service alleys of any Camelot, sketched in a subdued cadence whose unadornment honors their lives and does not weary of seeing their glimmer through the tarnish.” – Poet J.C. Todd – What Space This Body
By g emil reuter
Carl Kaucher is not a poet who walks. Kaucher is a wanderer. Often from the foot of Irish Mountain in Temple, Pennsylvania to the sometimes familiar, often forgotten urban landscapes of southeastern Pennsylvania. From city to dusty borough, to boroughs on the rebound. Kaucher wanders the main streets, back streets and alleyways, ever the observer, ever the recorder.
This collection of 32 poems bring the reader into the geography and characters who inhabit these places, many on the margins of life. A realist, Kaucher writes in the second stanza of the first poem:
g emil reutter is a writer of poems and stories. He can be found at: https://gereutter.wordpress.com/about/
We update this link on a regular basis. These publications are available to reviewers for possible publication at North of Oxford.
Review copies of the following books are available
Novel: Sight seeing by Michael Onofrey – Clash Books
Novella/Stories: The Big Impossible by Edward Delaney – Turtlepoint Press
Poetry: Your Daughter’s Country by John Dorsey – Blue Horse Press
Novel: Sly Bang by Larissa Shmailo – Spyten Duyvil Press
Poetry: The Middle of Things Begin by Eileen Brilliant – Rain Mountain Press
Poetry: I Can’t Talk About the Trees Without the Blood by Tiana Clark- University of Pittsburgh Press.
Poetry: Refuse by Julian Randal- University of Pittsburgh Press
Poetry: Fake Lies by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright- Fell Swoop
Anthology: Humanity Edited by Eileen Tabios – Paloma Press
Poetry: One, Two, Three – Selected Hay(na)ku Poems by Eileen R. Tabios. (Paloma Press)
Poetry: Take Out Delivery by Paul Siegell. ( Spyten Duyvil Press )
Novel: Mourning by Eduardo Halfon – Translated by Lisa Dillman and Daniel Hahn. (Bellevue Literary Press)
*Books no longer appearing on this list have been reviewed, were sent out for possible review. Those not picked up have been donated to local charitable thrift shops.