Tag Archives: altlit

SOPAPILLA SYRUP BY JOHNNY HUERTA AVAILABLE NOW!!!

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 […]

AWP18–That Ain’t Twerkin’ That’s TUBBIN’!!

GRANDMA MOSES PRESS attended AWP18 in Tampa, Florida. We had a table at the Whale Prom. It was great spreading our aesthetic to all the academics strolling by. Here’s some pictures from the first ever WHALE PROM:   

JOHNNY HUERTA’s ACID & MENUDO AVAILABLE NOW!!!

187 pages of Johnny Huerta. ~ If you participated in our pre-order keep your good eye on your mailbox & thanks for your patience. ~ GRANDMA MOSES PRESS a poetry high ground

POET TO NOTICE: RICHARD J. HEBY

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: Richard J. Heby. We hope you enjoy these 2 sonnets as much as we did. fucking December It is funny that Christmas is in Spring, in some countries. They drink eggnog? Who are they? Exactly. I refuse to tell you the whole story, because it is […]

POET TO NOTICE: Linda Quinlan

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: Linda Quinlan. We hope you enjoy these 3 poems as much as we did. A NEW ORLEANS FAREWELL You left me an African mask left me to enter the Please U Cafe on lower St. Charles bacon grease settling on my skin where short round waitresses […]

POET TO NOTICE: JOHN D. ROBINSON

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: John D. Robinson. We hope you enjoy these 3 poems as much as we did. A FAMILY EXCHANGE By the time the police arrived it was all over; we were sat down talking and drinking and smoking, our faces baring the brutality of our violence just […]

POET TO NOTICE: VIVIAN WAGNER

We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: Vivian Wagner. We hope you enjoy these 3 poems as much as we did. On Doing Yoga in the Basement of the United Methodist Church on High Street   The peeling Thomas Kinkade border, with its fairy tale houses lit from within, has a certain prana, as does […]