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Bloomsday Anniversary

Posted in New Releases, Recent Publications with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 17, 2014 by 6GPress

It’s Bloomsday again, which means this blog has existed for one year! 98 posts (not including 4 I deleted) & counting – a busy year indeed for Six Gallery scribblers.

Hard Times Blues by Elwin Cotman

To Die Next to You by Rodger Kamenetz & Michael Hafftka

Sea of Dust by Kevin Finn

The Librarian by John Grochalski

&

The Lower Forty-Eight by Jason Baldinger

all came out during that time. Here are some quick updates regarding forthcoming books:

Yield to the Willow, the second collection by haiku master Don Wentworth, will have a soft release in July, so it’ll be available at Pittsburgh book stores & on Scamazon, if supporting corporate oppression is your bag. For Real release in the fall sometime.

We Are The… by “Sneaky” Mike Lubbert will be out in time for the 3rd anniversary of Occupy. Good Christ, that’s September 17th.

Imagination Motel, a collection of poetry by legendary novelist & edumacator Chuck Kinder, will exist & have some kind of legendary release party October 8.

Light on Yoga & Psychedelics by yoga master & psychonaut Alan Lowenschuss will manifest also this year, ASAP, as will

Hungry by Daniel Parme,

Gloom Hearts & Opioids by John Thomas Menesini

&

a currently untitled collection by local poet Stephanie Brea.

 

2/6 Kevin Finn @ Thunderbird

Posted in Events, New Releases with tags , , , , , on February 3, 2014 by 6GPress

THIS THURSDAY, Kevin & Emily Rodgers open for Thalia Zedek. For more info, check Thunderbird’s site.

Also, Sea of Dust is on SPD’s front page today. If you’re a bookseller, order that shit!

UPDATE 2/6: City Paper feature on Thalia Zedek.

12/14 Sea of Dust Release @ Dobra Tea

Posted in Events, New Releases with tags , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by 6GPress

THIS SATURDAY!

Kevin Finn is known ’round here as one of Pittsburgh’s better singer-songwriters. But he’s also a well-regarded poet who’s just followed his chapbook Escape Wounds with the collection Sea of Dust (Six Gallery Press). Finn marks the book’s release tonight with a reading at newish Squirrel Hill hang-out Dobrá Tea. Also reading are visiting poet Arthur Seefahrt and locals Bernadette Ulsamer and Kris Collins.

-Bill O’Driscoll, Pittsburgh City Paper

Here’s what haiku master Don Wentworth said about the book:

Kevin Finn’s assured pacing, modulated lyricism, and percipient eye go straight to the heart of things, the big, deep, breaking heart of things. I know no other way to say it: Sea of Dust is a damned beautiful book by a poet of immense feeling and talent.

So there.