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Cervena Barva Press

P.O. Box 440357

West Somerville, Massachusetts 02144

United States

Company Description

The Press solicits poetry, fiction and plays from unique writers and holds open contests regularly for its chapbooks, postcards, broadsides and books, chapbook contests ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Founder
Ibbetson Street Press

Co-Founder
Theatre S & S. Press , Inc.

Co-Founder
S-press

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Gloria Mindock | Flavia ...

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Gloria Mindock | Flavia Cosma | Daniel Y. Harris | Tim Suermondt | Irene Koronas | Pui Ying Wong

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Gloria Mindock, Editor Founding Editor & Publisher: Gloria Mindock
Gloria Mindock is the founding editor of Cervena Barva Press, and one of the USA editors for Levure Littéraire (France). She is the author of La Porile Raiului (Ars Longa Press, 2010, Romania) translated into the Romanian by Flavia Cosma, Nothing Divine Here (U Soku Stampa, 2010, Montenegro), and Blood Soaked Dresses (Ibbetson, 2007). Widely published in the USA and abroad, her poetry has been translated and published into the Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Estonian, and French. Her fourth chapbook, "Pleasure Trout" was published by Muddy River Books in 2013. In December 2014, Gloria was awarded the Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award. Gloria has work forthcoming in Gargoyle and Akadeemia (Estonia, Translated into the Estonian by Jüri Talvet).
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Her translation into Romanian of work by the USA poet Gloria Mindock was published in 2010 under the title La Portile Raiului.


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Gloria Mindock, author of the poetry collection, Blood Soaked Dresses (Ibbetson St. Press, 2007) and Nothing Divine Here (U Soku Stapa, 2010), is editor and publisher of Cervena Barva Press. Her poems have been published in numerous journals, including River Styx, Phoebe, and Poet Lore, to name a few, and she has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.


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Norman MacAfee | Angela Consolo Mankiewicz | Mariana Marin | Tara L. Masih | W. R. Mayo | Ed Mcmanis | Joan McNerney | Ana Merina | David P. Miller | David Miller | Ed Miller | Sally Miller | Stephen P. Miller | Gloria Mindock | Kenn Mitchell | Nancy Mitchell | Richard Moore | Edward Morin | Susanne Morning | E.K. Mortenson | Alexander Motyl | Don Moyer | Barbara E. Murphy | Rich Murphy

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Gloria Mindock
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Pleasure Trout by Gloria Mindock
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Pleasure Trout by Gloria Mindock Muddy River Books, 2013
Gloria Mindock is founding editor of Cervena Barva Press, editor of the Istanbul Literary Review based in Istanbul, Turkey, and one of the USA editors for Levure Littéraire in France.
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Gloria has had nominations for the Pushcart Prize, St. Butolph Award and was awarded a fellowship from the Somerville Arts Council. She was co-founder of Theatre S & S. Press, Inc. and was one of the founding editors of the Boston Literary Review/BLuR from 1984-1994. Theatre S. received grants from the Polaroid Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Globe Foundation, NEFA, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Somerville Arts Council.
Gloria works as a social worker and freelances teaching workshops. She facilitates events in her Cervena Barva Press studio, located in the Center for the Arts at the Armory in Somerville, MA.
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Nothing Divine Here by Gloria Mindock
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Gloria Mindock is the author of the forthcoming book, La Porile Raiului (Ars Longa Press, 2010, Romania) and Blood Soaked Dresses (Ibbetson Street Press, 2007). She is editor of Cervena Barva Press and the Istanbul Literature Review, an online journal based in Istanbul, Turkey. She has had numerous publications including Poet Lore, River Styx, Phoebe, Blackbox, Poesia, Bogg, Ibbetson, WHLR, UNU: Revista de Cultura, Citadela, Aurora , and Arabesques. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, St. Botolph Award, and was awarded a fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council distributed by the Somerville Arts Council.
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In Nothing Divine Here, Mindock invokes a resurrection, the power of love to spring eternal from the hurt we all know. She looks at the personal and the political, that haunting polarity, and weaves a gentle but brave hopefulness between them. â€"Afaa Michael Weaver, Simmons College
Gloria Mindock is a fearless poet. She gets right in the face, in the very nostril of death. She confronts her past lovers, her dreams, dashed or otherwise, not with cool detachment, but with a visceral lyrical and emotional engagement. She has made her pain into high art, into the high holy. Mindock, is a force to be reckoned with, so watch your back!
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Mindock coaxes to the page the voices of the dead who lie, less in peace, than in restless obsession with the atrocities they suffered. She brings forth as well the voices of the living who seem startled to find that they died somewhere between the horrors they witnessed and the grave they have yet to lie down in. Blood Soaked Dresses is a beautiful, harrowing first book.
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Gloria Mindock's poems grant us the voice of a soul caught on a limb between the promise of peace everlasting and impossible resurrections. Poem after poem we are asked to uncover those whose bitter ash weeps over the world, and no other country/wants to see it. This book is written from a compassionate heart that whispers and grieves, one that isn't afraid to holds its gaze. -Dzvinia Orlowsky
A poet must never shy from the necessary, no matter how hard it is. In poetry that is both elegant and brutal, Gloria Mindock exposes the horror of the Salvadorian conflict especially on women. Though Salvador has faded from the front pages, the war has reincarnated in other countries on other continents making "Blood Soaked Dresses" completely contemporaneous.
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Oh Angel by Gloria Mindock
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Among the kinds of angels Gloria Mindock addresses are male and female, guardian, loyal, and fallen angels, even a vacationing angel. As in the title poem, which opens the book, she often exclaims, "Oh angel," in conjecture, disappointment, pique, passion, or some other emotion. Angels dominate her consciousness, her moods, her actions. For instance, "Wild" begins, "Oh angel, at dawn, / I get up and sit in the nicest room," and in "Guardian Angel Sits on Left" she says, "The angel is curled against / me . . . / She protects me." But by the end of the poem, "The angel went on to / guard another.
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Oh Gloria, what else are lovers and angels for ? -George Held
To read a review of Oh Angel visit: http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2006_02_12_dougholder_archive.html
$5.50 | 16 Pages | Out of Print Postcard Series: One Postcard Series: One Designed by Gloria Mindock


The Lost Bookshelf-Poetry chapbooks

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Pleasure Trout by Gloria Mindock

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Pleasure Trout by Gloria Mindock
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Pleasure Trout by Gloria Mindock Muddy River Books, 2013
Gloria Mindock is founding editor of Cervena Barva Press, editor of the Istanbul Literary Review based in Istanbul, Turkey, and one of the USA editors for Levure Littéraire in France.
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Gloria has had nominations for the Pushcart Prize, St. Butolph Award and was awarded a fellowship from the Somerville Arts Council. She was co-founder of Theatre S & S. Press, Inc. and was one of the founding editors of the Boston Literary Review/BLuR from 1984-1994. Theatre S. received grants from the Polaroid Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Globe Foundation, NEFA, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Somerville Arts Council.
Gloria works as a social worker and freelances teaching workshops. She facilitates events in her Cervena Barva Press studio, located in the Center for the Arts at the Armory in Somerville, MA.


The Word by Doug Holder - Archives - Boston Girl Guide

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Some of the many luminaries include SAM CORNISH, Diana Der Hovanessian, Rhina P. Espaillat, , Richard Wollman, Jennifer Barber, , Alfred Nicol, , Doug Holder, Elizabeth Doran, Charles Coe, Kathleen Spivack, Ryk McIntyre, January O'Neil , Regie O'Gibson, Kate Finnegan (Kaji Aso Studio), Victor Howes, Susan Donnelly, Jack Scully, Rene Schwiesow, Chad Parenteau, Sandee Story, Tomas O'Leary, CD Collins, Marc Goldfinger, Gloria Mindock, Tim Gager, Diana Saenz, Stuart Peterfreund, Valerie Lawson, Michael Brown, Mignon Ariel King, Tom Daley, Molly Lynn Watt, Ifeanyi Menkiti, Mark Pawlak, Lainie Senechal, Harris Gardner, Joanna Nealon, Walter Howard, Susan Donnelly, Robert J. Clawson, Irene Koronas, Fred Marchant, Danielle Legros Georges, Robert K. Johnson, and a Plethora of other prize winning poets.

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Gloria Mindock, the founder of Somerville's Cervena Barva Press produced a slew of poetry books this year (with the help of her loyal partner Bill Kelle) from their small nook of a place in Union Square.
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Gardner has started a poetry venue at the Liberty Hotel ( Formerly the Charles St. Jail), a stone's throw across the Charles River, and is starting yet another one at the Arts Amory in Somerville the "First and Last Word" series with his pal Gloria Mindock.
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Or the Somerville-based Istanbul Literary review edited by Gloria Mindock and Susan Tepper?
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The first Poet Laureate of Boston Sam Cornish will lead off the proceedings, other features will be Gary Metras of the Adastra Press, Gloria Mindock of the Cervena Barva Press, Luke Salisbury, the author of "The Answer is Baseball," poet Miriam Levin, Bert Stern and others.
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This year, as always, there will be a number of Somerville poets reading including: Timothy Gager, Afaa Michael Weaver, Gloria Mindock,, and Ifeanyi Menkiti.
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Some of the many luminaries include SAM CORNISH, Diana Der Hovanessian, Richard Wollman, Jennifer Barber, Afaa M. Weaver, Barbara Helfgott-Hyett, Alfred Nicole, Ellen Steinbaum, Doug Holder, Charles Coe, Kathleen Spivack, Ryk McIntyre, Elizabeth McKim, Regie O'Gibson, Kate Finnegan, Michael Bialis, Susan Donnelly,John Ziemba, (Kaji Aso Studio), Sandee Story, CD Collins, Marc Goldfinger, Gloria Mindock, Tim Gager, Diana Saenz, Stuart Peterfreund, Valerie Lawson, Tom Daley, Molly Watt, Ifeanyi Menkiti, Mark Pawlak, Lainie Senechal, Harris Gardner, Joanna Nealon, Richard Hoffman, Susan Donnelly, Irene Koronas, Robert K. Johnson, and a Plethora of other prize winning poets.
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We have published poetry books by AD Winans, Robert K. Johnson, Gloria Mindock, Abbott Ikeler, Helen Bar Lev, Lo Galluccio, Irene Koronas, Molly Lynn Watt, Patricia Brodie, Linda Larson and many others.
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GLORIA MINDOCK: Editor and publisher of Cervena Barva Press, who is a social worker, was founder and former editor of the Boston Literary Review. She authored two new chapbooks and the collection, Blood Soaked Dresses which will be translated into Romanian.
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When it comes to family, Hugh Fox and Gloria Mindock and Robert Creeley and Marc Widershien and Martha Collins all do join hands and smile.
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Well Gloria Mindock, Mark Pawlak and myself had a great time teaching at the Cape Cod Writers Center.
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In August I will be on a small press panel at the Center: "Demystifying The Small Press" with Mark Pawlak ("Hanging Loose press") and Gloria Mindock ( Cervena Barva Press).
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Mark Pawlak, Gloria Mindock and yours truly Doug Holder will be on the panel titled: "Demystifying the Small Press."
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Speaking of a new poetry series; I hear that Gloria Mindock's "Cervena Barva Press" reading series at the Pierre Menard Gallery 10 Arrow St. Harvard Square was a hit, Sept. 19.
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A few new poetry titles are out by the Ibbetson Street Press: ibbetsonpress.com Robert K. Johnson's "From Mist to Shadow," Linda Larson's "Washing the Stones," "Blood Soaked Dress" by Gloria Mindock and "Sonatina" by Johnmichael Simon.
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Other poets in the festival will be: Gloria Mindock, Sarah Hannah, and Danielle Legros Georges.

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