Friday, April 28, 2006


to May 8, 2006!

Marsh Hawk Press anaging Editor Sandy McIntosh writes:

We’re almost at the end of the month and the official Marsh Hawk Press Contest deadline. Just in case you’re pushing the deadline and don’t know if you’ll have time to get your entry to us in time, we’re going to keep the contest open for an additional week, until May 8th. Several of you who live outside the U.S. have asked for the extra time, so now you have it. But please note that we can’t extend the contest deadline more than a week because we have our internal deadlines for preparing your manuscripts for judging.

(If you’re not familiar with our contest procedures and how we strive for fairness, you can read the details at our website: http://www.marshhawkpress.org/Contestjudging.htm.)

Saturday, April 01, 2006


Madeline Tiger to read her poetry in Hoboken

Madeline Tiger will read new work and poems from her recent collection Birds of Sorrow and Joy (Marsh Hawk Press, 2003)

followed by an Open Mic

Friday, April 14th , 2006 at 8:00 PM
New Jersey Poets Reading Series
hosted by Burt Kimmelman
Symposia Bookstore
510 Washington Street
at Washington and Fifth Streets
Hoboken, NJ
Suggested donation of $3
All are welcome
Contact information:
Burt Kimmelman, host: 973-596-3376
Symposia: 201-963-0909; e-mail: info@symposia.us
M.Tiger : 973-771-9595 e-mail: mtiger126@yahoo.com

Madeline Tiger has published eight collections of poetry, including, most recently, Birds of Sorrow and Joy: New and Selected Poems, 1970-2000 (Marsh Hawk Press, 2003); White Owl (PNY chapbook, 2000), Mary of Migdal (Still Waters Press, prize-winning chapbook,1991), and My Father’s Harmonica (Nightshade Press, 1991). Her poetry appears regularly in journals such as The Journal of NJ Poets, Exit 13, The Marlboro Review, Poetry New York, The Paterson Literary Review, Runes, and US 1, and anthologies; cf., The Poets of New Jersey (2005). Her reviews appear in print and on-line, most recently in Home Planet News, Jacket, Sidereality, and The American Book Review. She is the recipient of a number of fellowships; e.g., from the NJ State Council on the Arts, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Columbia University School of the Arts. She won the Artist/Teacher Award from Playwrights Theatre of NJ in 1993. Ms. Tiger teaches in theWriters-in-the-Schools Program of the NJ State Council on the Arts, and for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Poetry Programs. She was a resident of Montclair, NJ from 1963 until moving to Bloomfield in 2000.

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