Full Moon on K Street: A New Anthology With Contributors from the Department

This new anthology celebrates DC and showcases several GW faculty members. Here is the official press release:

Plan B Press proudly announces the publication of the new anthology Full Moon on K Street: Poems About Washington, DC. Featuring over one hundred contemporary poems, the book captures DC’s unique sense of place, from monuments to parks, from lawyers to bus stations, from go-go music to chili half-smokes.

All poems were written between 1950 and the present, by past and current residents of the city. Edited by Kim Roberts, a former visiting poet at George Washington University and the publisher of the acclaimed online journal Beltway Poetry Quarterly, this anthology captures the city’s many moods: celebratory, angry, and fiercely political.

Contributors include several people currently and formerly associated with GW English, including: David McAleavey, Daniel Gutstein, Christina Daub, and Ramola D.

For more information, see: http://www.planbpress.com

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