Jack London is Dead: Contemporary Euro-American Poetry of Hawaii (review)

by Misty on February 16, 2013

The latest anthology from TinFish Press is a collection of poems and stories from local “Euro-Americans” (being the term to encompass the “different categories of whiteness in Hawaiʻi”) and their experience as a marginalized voice within the island literary community.…

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Seven Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month

by Misty on April 4, 2012

April is National Poetry Month! Find out all about this national celebration via the Poets.org website. The Hawaiʻi section features W.S. Merwin and Garrett Hongo as well as some short write-ups on our local literary presses and a selected …

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Hawaii Publishers on Facebook & Twitter

by Alex on October 9, 2010

Social networking has exploded in the last couple of years with the rise of Facebook and Twitter into the mainstream media. Many people you know on an everyday basis, friends from youth, co-workers, relatives and more are on Facebook and …

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Congratulations to the winning poets of “Youth Speaks Hawai’i”

by Misty on July 21, 2009

Today’s article in the Honolulu Advertiser about the young poets from Hawaii performing in the final round of the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival, was very exciting. These talented artists work hard to write their own poems …

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