Read founder and editor Christopher Nelson’s conversation with Entropy Magazine about the history of the Press and journal, publishing today, and where we are headed in the future!: https://entropymag.org/green-linden-press/
Vermillion Gallery, Seattle. December 7, 2018.
"[These are] poems of vivid, precise and inventive language informed by science and scientific lore both wonderful and weird." —Carolyn Wright.
"Like a zombie in a room full of formaldehyde-pickled brains, I kept muttering 'give me more.' This collection is an insane delight." —D.A. Powell
"[Brumett returns] the reader again and again to the body in all its malformations, odd pieces and purposes, and, ultimately, its capability for bliss." —Rachel Morgan
Congratulations to Philip Metres on his book of essays called The Sound of Listening: Poetry as Refuge and Resistance (U of Michigan Press, 2018). His poems appeared in Issue 4 of Under a Warm Green Linden.
The University of Arizona Poetry Center, March 31, 2018
With your generous support, we have been able to make a donation to plant 40 trees in the Coconino National Forest in northern Arizona, an area devastated by the Schultz fire of 2010. Thanks to the National Forest Foundation for their efforts.
We are excited to announce the publication of our second chapbook, Boyer Rickel's Tempo Rubato, a suite of prose poems in which "each sentence vibrates with its own internal melody, both a stunning and unforgettable composition in grief and a riveting song in praise of life," writes poet Jason Zuzga. Click here for more information.
Kathy Fagan was recently named as a finalist for the prestigious Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award for her wonderful book Sycamore. Three of the poems from that book were published in Under a Warm Green Linden, Issue 2.
Bur Oak, Red Oak, Gray Dogwood, River Birch, Sargent Crabapple, Blue Spruce, Washington Hawthorn, Tuliptree, Arrowwood Viburnum!
Entropy Magazine has named Under a Warm Green Linden one of the best journals and presses of 2017! Thanks to Entropy for the recognition and the good work that they do. Thanks also to our poets who have shared their brilliant work with us. And thanks to our many readers who also make this all possible.
We are delighted to announce the publication of our first chapbook, A Place Where One, by National Poetry Series winner Barbara Cully. We are honored to have worked with Barbara to bring her beautiful and haunting lyric elegy to the world. Its publication marks the beginning of our open reading period for chapbook manuscripts. For more information, see our submit page.