Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Harmonia Press Autumn 2016 Book Launch Party














A sincere and grateful Thank You to everyone who came out to the book launch party at The Root Cellar last night. We had a terrific time of poet readings and book sales. Another London, Persona Grata, and Snowflake Sleep were launched and all three titles and more are available for purchase (only $10 each) from the Harmonia Press Book Order Page




Photo below by Stan Burfield












Wednesday, 21 September 2016

new book release: short fiction!










































Day Dreams by Andreas Gripp, a collection of twelve short stories and flash fiction, is now available to order via the book order page!


The following stories make up the collection:

1. Mrs. Peterson, the boy who stands on the corner isn’t your son     

2.   With the Mortgage Paid and a Sizeable Inheritance, Why Walk Into the Outside World?        

3. Blank Notebooks                                                          

4. Captain Fish Face and the Rusty, Saltwater Tank    

5. Columbia, 33 1/3                                                     

6. A Conspiracy Theorist Challenges His Fuck Buddy to Another 
Round of “Name That Tune”           

7. Random Chance                                                      

8. En Route to the Common Place                              

9. The Extras                                                               

10. One Tough Giant                                                     

11. Hey DJ!                                                          

12. The After Solstice                                                   


Monday, 12 September 2016

Another London official press release

Another London
poems from a city still searching for itself


26 London poets offer up what it’s like to live as  a resident of The Forest City. Whether it’s the battle over the Springbank Dam (highlighted in R L Raymond’s Hoping for spring), everyday driving frustrations (Frank Beltrano’s Car Wars), a first-hand account of a recent, downtown guerilla poetry reading (as showcased in Stan Burfield’s I am standing on a crate reading Lawrence Ferlinghetti) or a visit to a variety store of sorts in Historic Woodfield (Wayne Ray’s Hippie Trippie General Store), Another London is a series of conflicts and contrasts, of making sense of the present day while acknowledging there was a previous time when residing here may have been more orderly and was questioned much less. Or perhaps it’s a way to understand the dichotomy of the love/hate relationship so many of us have with our current hometown, a city named after one much larger, more glamourous, and with a far richer history than our own. Yet because of our humbler size and standing, we clearly have a unique perspective on the world found nowhere else. 






Featuring the work of the following 
London poets:

Frank Beltrano   /   Stan Burfield                      
Carrie Lee Connel   /   Tom Cull                           
D’vorah Elias   /   Jan Figurski                        
Ryan Gibbs   /   Andreas Gripp                    
Gregory Wm. Gunn   /   Martin Hayter                  
Kevin Heslop   /   David Huebert                    
Camille Intson   /   Penn Kemp
Marlene Laplante   /   Alan Leangvan
Lincoln McCardle   /   DL Morrow
Dorothy Nielsen   /   Holly Painter
Wayne Ray   /   RL Raymond
Brittany Renaud   /   Peggy Roffey
Mark Tovey   /   David White






Published by Harmonia Press




Available from harmoniapress.blogspot.com
Edited by Carrie Lee Connel & Andreas Gripp
84 pp. / Trade Paperback / 5 ½ x 8 ½
$10.00     ISBN 978-1-927734-11-7
Harmonia Press / Autumn 2016
Contact: harmoniapress@hotmail.com