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Special * 3rd Saturday Workshop/Reading/Open Mic Book Launch for Footbridge Above the Falls Anthology!!!

A special Third Saturday Workshop/Reading featuring the just published Footbridge Above the Falls Anthology (9 poets reading!)

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Writing Workshop at 4:30 with David D. Horowitz This month we’ll learn about creating an anthology and useful tips to know about when submitting to an anthology.

Footbridge Above the Falls Anthology Reading @ 6:15
Featuring 8 poets who are in the anthology: Robinson Bolkum, Mary Eliza Crane, Christopher J. Jarmick, Donald Kentop, Jim Lutz, Kara Simon, Joannie Stangeland, Carolyne Wright, (and David reading some other poems from the anthology) Don’t miss it!

Footbridge Above the Falls is the brand new, hot off the press anthology from Rose Alley Press (edited by David D. Horowitz). The new anthology features work by forty-eight poets, including David Mason, Paulann Petersen, Michael Spence, Sharon Hashimoto, Colleen J. McElroy, Mary Eliza Crane, Christopher J. Jarmick, Donald Kentop, Jim Lutz, Joannie Stangeland, Carolyne Wright, Richard Kenney, Kevin Craft, Wendy Chin-Tanner, Richard Wakefield, Jed Myers, Joannie Stangeland, Karen Finneyfrock, and many others


David D. Horowitz is the founder and manager of Rose Alley Press. He earned B.A. degrees in philosophy and English from the University of Washington and an M.A. in English from Vanderbilt University. His own work has appeared in numerous journals, including The Lyric, Candelabrum, Exterminating Angel, ArtWord Quarterly, Quill & Parchment, and The Sporting News. His books published by Rose Alley include Strength & Sympathy, From Notebook to Bookshelf, and six poetry collections: Streetlamp, Treetop, Star; Resin from the Rain; Wildfire, Candleflame; Stars Beyond the Battlesmoke; Sky Above the Temple; and his most recent, Cathedral and Highrise. He has also edited and published the Rose Alley anthologies: Limbs of the Pine, Peaks of the Range; Many Trails to the Summit and 2019's Footbridge Above the Falls. David lives in Seattle.