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The RUINS poemscape video featuring poetry by Margaret Randall

  Last year Skylight Press was privileged to publish a collection of poetry by the esteemed poet, Margaret Randall, called Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields.  Soon after, another poetry collection was published by University of New Mexico Press for their … Continue reading

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Skylight Authors team up on RUINS CD…

Daniel Staniforth and Rebsie Fairholm present ‘sonic poemscape’ readings from Margaret Randall’s new book of poetry, RUINS (University of New Mexico Press, ISBN 978-0826350671). The music features original compositions as well as Daniel and Rebsie’s arrangements of traditional melodies. About … Continue reading

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Will Alexander on Skylight Press

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Will Alexander is a poet and visionary that has both dazzled and confounded the American poetry scene for a number of years.  The most obvious categorisation is to place him in the imported Surrealist … Continue reading

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Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields by Margaret Randall

Skylight Press is proud to introduce Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields, a collection of new poems by renowned poet, essayist, photographer, and social activist – Margaret Randall.  This unique book draws from a series of sacred landscapes, personal and shared histories, but … Continue reading

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Margaret Randall on Skylight Press

Margaret Randall’s generation yielded up plenty of revolutionary writers, a veritable plethora of wild-eyed subversives loading their free verse and prosaic monologues with anti-authoritarian invectives.  But where many are radical on the page, few actually imbue their lives with those … Continue reading

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