do you like poems? This radio show contains poems.   MONSOON DOWN THE RADIO is recorded in Grandma Moses Press Studios, and is aired weekly on the community radio station KTAL-LP, 101.5 FM, LAS CRUCES NEW MEXICO.    

BLACK LIVES MATTER – SUBMIT YOUR POEMS FOR PUBLICATION As we grieve the loss of innocent lives and stand in solidarity with those calling for change, we urge you to submit your poems addressing racial injustice, human rights, the right to protest, and imagining a more perfect union. Cacti Fur, a direct descendent of Grandma […]

We are excited to announce our next project is Florida Man by Mickey J. Corrigan. Ya’ll are gonna like the poems in this chapbook! Here’s a sample poem and some info about the poet: Florida Man Goes On Honeymoon On Stolen Yacht Hurricane Irma hit hard in the Florida Keys. Florida Man got hit hard.  […]

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: LISA DAY This is a wonderful New Mexican poet. We are thrilled to be able to present her work here. Hopefully you enjoy these six untitled poems as much as we did: ▪️ calmly i look down and see myself low as you could go […]

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: LANCE GAMBRELL He never calls himself a poet and perhaps that’s the best kind. I’ve always been able to tell when reading his work that something special was going on. There’s a palpable longing and an honesty of spirit all spread out before us on […]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Grandma Moses Press will be publishing a poetry anthology containing only poets born in New Mexico. Lots of writers call New Mexico home, but for this project, we’re only interested in poets who were born here. If you were born in New Mexico (you don’t have to show us your papers), and […]

Grandma Moses Press is thrilled to announce the release of SOPAPILLA SYRUP by folk poet Johnny Huerta. This is 113 pages of llano, dive bars, THC, heartbreak and earnest despondency. This is Huerta’s 2nd full length poetry collection. This book has been many years in the making, and we are so excited to finally let […]