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New Hampshire Poet Published Internationally!
Ivy Page was born in Georgia, but now calls New Hampshire home. She started as a small-town country girl, to international author!
Any Other Branch by Ivy Page
Ivy Page has been an advocate for poetry in her community both on and off of college campuses for more than ten years. Her hard work and dedication to her craft are now being celebrated in the publication of her collection of poems, Any Other Branch. Not only releasing in the US, but around the world!
Boston, MA – 2013 – Ivy Page’s first book of poetry, Any Other Branch, will be released by Salmon Poetry or Ireland on March 8th 2013. The official release reception will be held at the Hynes Convention Center during the AWP conference. It is the perfect time and place to launch this collection since the AWP Conference brings around 20,000 attendees every year. Space is limited, but Page is planning a tour around New England during the spring.
Salmon Poetry Reception
Reception Space - 4-1460
Friday, March 8
7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Reception Room 303, Hynes
Hynes Convention Center
“Any Other Branch is a collection that’s both incredibly grounded, and also filled with psychological urgency. The poems originate in the personal, but extend effortlessly into the deeply universal, showcasing a fine and original imagination, and humanity to spare.”
--Paula McLain author of Stumble, Gorgeous and The Paris Wife
You can purchase the book through local bookstores after March 8th or order it online at: http://www.salmonpoetry.com/
About Ivy Page
Ivy Page lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her husband and two daughters. She holds an MFA in Poetry from New England College. Her work has appeared in journals such as Night Train, Poetry Quarterly, Grey Sparrow Press, Boston Literary Magazine, The Houston Literary Review, Midwest Literary Magazine and New Plains Review among others and has been anthologized in Knocking at the Door: Approaching the Other. She is the editor and founder of Organs of Vision and Speech Magazine. She works to keep her local poetry community active by running a reading series for poets. Page teaches writing, communication, publication, web publication, and history at colleges throughout New Hampshire.
For more information about Any Other Branch or having Page attend an event, please visit www.poeticentanglement.com or contact Ivy Page at 603-481-3943.