Kathi's Amazon.com Author Page - www.amazon.com/Kathleen-Aguero/e/B00JX1QWTA
The Tiger Bark Press -
Solstice Literary Magazine - solsticelitmag.org
Read “Send Off,” Kathi's poem published Feb. 15 in Ted Kooser’s column “American Life in Poetry” - americanlifeinpoetry.org/columns/517.html
to Kathleen read on The Moe Green Poetry Hour
Solstice: A Magazine
of Diverse voices (www.solsticelitmag.org)
University of Rhode Island's Ocean State Summer Writing Conference
The TOWER Journal
OTHER POETS PUBLISHED BY CEDAR HILL BOOKS
Press Distribution - Small
Press Distribution is a non-profit (501(c)3) literary
arts organization located in Berkeley, California. Its
mission is to nurture a cultural context in which the
literary arts are valued and sustained, and it accomplishes
this mission by providing wholesaling services to independent
presses and through public programs and advocacy efforts.
They believe that the written word, in its most eloquent
form, deserves the broadest possible distribution.
- Buy Kathleen's books.
James Books - Alice
James Books is a nonprofit cooperative poetry press,
founded in 1973 by five women and two men: Patricia
Cumming, Marjorie Fletcher, Jean Pedrick, Lee Rudolph,
Ron Schreiber, Betsy Sholl and Cornelia Veenendaal.
Their objectives were to give women access to publishing
and to involve authors in the publishing process. They
remain true to that mission and to publishing a diversity
of poets, including both beginning and established poets,
and a diversity of poetic styles. The press is named
for Alice James—the sister of novelist Henry James
and philosopher William James—whose fine journal
and gift for writing were unrecognized within her lifetime.
Since 1994, the press has been affiliated with the University
of Maine at Farmington.
Hanging Loose Press - The
first issue of Hanging Loose magazine was published
in 1966. The name was inspired by the format -- mimeographed
loose pages in a cover envelope -- and that, in turn,
was inspired by a very low budget. But the format was
also meant to get across a point of view: that poetry
is for now, not for the Ages. If you liked a poem, you
could pin it to the wall. If you didn’t like a
poem, you could use it as a napkin.
of Georgia Press - The
University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest
publishing house in the state and one of the largest
publishing houses in the South. The Press publishes
70-80 titles each year, in a range of academic disciplines
as well as books of interest to the general reader,
and has nearly a thousand titles in print (search for
Manor College - Pine
Manor College is a four-year liberal arts college dedicated
to preparing women for roles of inclusive leadership
and social responsibility in their workplaces, families
and communities. They pursue this goal through: integration
of an outcomes-based curriculum and co-curriculum demonstrated
by portfolio presentations; active, collaborative, applied
liberal arts learning; and college-wide mentoring teams
and community partnerships--in an environment that celebrates
diversity and respects the common good.
University Women’s Studies Research Center
- In 1992, the Women's Studies
Program at Brandeis University opened its doors to academics
on leave from other universities, in retirement, or
working independently. Talented individuals in the humanities,
social sciences and the arts, working on issues of particular
relevance to women, became members of the Scholars Program.
While conducting their own research and writing, they
gave lectures, organized panels, and supervised students.
Lives Through Literature - Changing
Lives Through Literature (CLTL) is a program that began
in Massachusetts in response to a growing need within
our criminal justice system to find alternatives to
incarceration. Burdened by expense and repeat offenders,
our prisons can rarely give adequate attention to the
needs of inmates and, thus, do little else than warehouse
our criminals. Disturbed by the lack of real success
by prisons to reform offenders and affect their patterns
of behavior, Professor Robert Waxler and Judge Robert
Kane discussed using literature as a way of reaching