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We're a small literary press, established in 2006 and based in Hoboken, New Jersey, birthplace of Frank Sinatra and professional baseball.

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We're a small literary press, established in 2006 and based in Hoboken, New Jersey, birthplace of Frank Sinatra and professional baseball.

    Speedometer Song

    Speedometer Song

     NY Times-published writer and longtime columnist for Literary Mama Ona Gritz reads  “Speedometer Song” from her new book Present Imperfect, a collection of personal essays published by Poets Wear Prada. “Speedometer Song” first appeared in Catamaran Literary Reader 

    • 1 min
    In passing (no. 45 of E verses)

    In passing (no. 45 of E verses)

    Poet Carrie Magness Radna reads her poem  “In passing (no. 45 of E verses)”  from her book  Hurricanes Never Apologize (Luchador Press, 2019),

    • 53 sec
    Does Hurt Have a Gender?

    Does Hurt Have a Gender?

    Megha Sood reads  her poem "Does Hurt Have a Gender" from her newly released poetry collection, My Body Is Not an Apology (Finishing Line Press, 2021)

    • 1 min
    My Secret Life with Chris Noth

    My Secret Life with Chris Noth

    Fiction writer Iris N. Schwartz reads the title story from her debut short short story collection, My Secret Life with Chris Noth: And Other Stories, original paperback published by Poets Wear Prada in 2017, Kindle edition to be released October 15, 2021. This is a work of fiction.

    • 3 min
    I Am the Girl

    I Am the Girl

    Cindy Sostchen-Hochman reads “I Am the Girl,” recorded live at Brownstone Poets, October 11, 2020

    • 1 min
    When We Left Earth

    When We Left Earth

    Robert Anthony Gibbons performs his poem "When We Left Earth: Poetry Goes to Space" at the Cornelia Street Cafe, New York, in 2008.  This live recording was originally aired July 4, 2008 as part of our America is Beautiful podcast.

    • 1 min

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