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Laureate Gloria Mindock is a multi-faceted writer ,prolific poet , award -winning author ,literary arts activism curator and a highly rated accolade- worth-some more literary arts publisher. Her publishing stable , CervenaBarva Press is globally ranked and internationally acclaimed . Her literary genius and publishing excellence has so far birthed great authors and unmatched literary voices. Her poets and writers have wholesomely won global golden-rimmed literary awards and platinum -matched poetry prizes( home and abroad). Her poetry catalogue is nerve- touching and mind-thrilling. Her book publishing gig is amazingly mesmerizing . Her resilient spirit remains steadfast and undefeated .In 2020 alone , this book publishing legend published 20 books by different writers /authors and poets from across the world. TIME OF THE POET REPUBLIC prides itself for featuring a doyen of reading culture promotion , a globally celebrated publisher, a writer par-excellence and a poet extraordinaire Gloria Mindock and we are grateful once again to archive , feature and publish your wonderful voice unto our digital cave walls .Blessings.( Blurb by Mbizo CHIRASHA).

Escape from Crimea A Collection of Short Stories by Svet DiNahum

“Escape from Crimea reveals the terrible events that we experienced in Ukraine – the criminal occupation of Crimea. Events are described with talent. The written words will not leave anyone indifferent. I am grateful to Svetoslav Nahum for his skill. This is a serious and significant book.” 
-H.E. Vitaliy Moskalenko, Ukraine’s Ambassador to Bulgaria

“Escape From Crimea is getting much more attention this way with a much larger audience in USA. Nahum’s work is an accurate depiction of events in Russia-occupied Crimea. I hope this book will also draw attention in the West to the suffering that so many Ukrainians have been through because of the Russian occupation and because of Russia’s military aggression in eastern Ukraine.” 
-Ron Synovitz, Radio Free Europe, Prague.

The Adventures of Camel Jeremy Eros by Corey Mesler

The Adventures of Camel Jeremy Eros has an exuberant voice that pulls you in and a swaggering, larger-than-life character to keep you happily entertained. And then – just when you least expect it – this vivacious, colorful tale of a man’s pursuit of literature and love also manages to break your heart.” 
-Tova Mirvis, author of The Ladies Auxiliary and The Book of Separation: A Memoir

A Name for Everything by Mark Fleckenstein

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A Name For Everything is an impressionistic, densely imaged book of poems that explore memory: the residue, metaphysics, existential condition, the emotional location. The poems require the reader to put aside conventional expectations of contemporary lyric poetry and demand the reader’s full attention. Whatever narrative exists, is fragmentary; elliptical and developed imagistically. It’s best to surrender to these poems, with your eyes and mind opened wide.

WILD WRECKAGE by Charles Cantrell

“Make some music in the wreckage,” fictional poet Paul Chowder advises in Nicholson Baker’s Traveling Sprinkler (2013), and real-world poet Charles Cantrell takes up that challenge in poems that thrum with romanticism amid bruise and ruin, amid the clamorous machinery of America. Wild Wreckage offers homage to labor and language, and to the “great / distance between love and silence” that these poems make palpable with clarity and affection. 
-Michael Waters

LAVINIA & HER DAUGHTERS A Carpathian Elegy by Ioana Ieronim

Translated from Romanian by Adam J. Sorkin and Ioana Ieronim

Ioana Ieronim is a distinguished Romanian writer, author of more than ten collections of poetry (three in English) and a volume of drama. Her narrative poetry in Lavinia and Her Daughters as well as The Triumph of the Water Witch (Bloodaxe Books, 2000, translated with Adam J. Sorkin-Shortlisted for Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize, St. Anne’s College) was hailed as groundbreaking. Ieronim has participated in numerous international poetry festivals, and her translations include drama from Shakespeare to Tony Kushner. She was cultural attaché of the Romanian Embassy in Washington, DC (1992-96) and thereafter served the Soros Foundation and the Fulbright Commission in Bucharest. She divides her time between Bucharest and Washington.Adam J. Sorkin, an award winning translator of contemporary Romanian poetry, was introduced to Ioana Ieronim in the summer of 1989 when he was in Bucharest on his second Fulbright grant.

Get Up Said The World

Get Up Said the World by Gail Goepfert

“Gail Goepfert’s, Get Up Said the World, is a unique meditation on relationships and life. Poignant and playful, these poems stay in our minds and ask through images and definitions: How do we persist in this living? Goepfert’s distinct form gives readers an inspiring way to view the present and past while also allowing the poems to reverberate with each additional read. Topography shifts. Swiftly… I want to stay untamed-smart, engaging, and thoughtful in their appreciation of the nuances of language, the beauty of these poems will enhance your imagination and make you grateful for their stories.” 
-Kelli Russell Agodon, author of Author Hourglass Museum and The Daily Poet

Little Brown Mouse by Jack Mindock, Gloria Mindock, and Kellis Mindock Dryer

Jack Mindock (b. 1926), author of Little Brown Mouse, spent sixty years of his life as an educator. He was a junior high language arts teacher and K-12 principal in Illinois. He is a World War II Navy veteran and historian who frequently has speaking engagements about his knowledge and experiences. He started telling Little Brown Mouse stories to his children when they were young. They were oral stories, made up as he went along. It was Jack’s desire to have some new Little Brown Mouse adventures in print and published for future generations of children to enjoy.

DOWN CEMETERY ROAD by Ned Randle(fiction)

“The much-anticipated release of this prequel to the unforgettable Baxter’s Friends was well worth the wait. Randle raises the curtain on the formative years of Billy Bright’s life, revealing a formula for his adult years that is at once both intoxicating and utterly sobering. Down Cemetery Road delves into the disillusionment of adolescence sadly often shot down by mid-life.” 
—K.K. Snyder, Editor, Southwest Georgia Living magazine.

Momentary Turbulence by Brad Rose

“The paragraphs in Momentary Turbulence are perhaps the closest we will get to that razor edge where prose poem and story balance perfectly. They also highlight the many ways in which the works in verse here recall Pound’s dictum that poetry must be as well written as the best prose. If it didn’t have such a big Yankee heart, Momentary Turbulence might also be the answer to the question of what a Robert Bolano raised north of the border would look like: blue collar pomo, searing, with a noir eye. But there is a twinkle in that sad smile, a delight in the beauty of a toxic sunset that comes from knowing just how long night will last.” 
—Ron Silliman, author of The Alphabet. (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poets/detail/ron-silliman).

Asking the Form

Asking the Form by Hilary Sallick

With a watercolorist’s perception of how the eye sees and a musician’s feel for the shape of sound, Hilary Sallick pulls the reader in close in Asking the Form. The poems unfold quietly, unerringly, through the accumulation of subtle observation and depth of insight. In “Watercolor at Long Pond,” she writes that “The coming and going    the here / and not here    intertwine,” and her ability to capture flux is an essential part of her gift. She trusts the reader to journey with her, to contemplate alongside her, and to explore with her the contours of the inner and outer, the irreplaceable moments of a life. 
-Jennifer Barber

Fly Fishing in Times Square

Fly Fishing in Times Square by William Walsh

“Memory, nostalgia, a changing America. The magic of the animal world and the fragility of all creatures. An eschewing of what is manmade and crowded and impersonal. Comradeship, sports, and competition. Beautiful unfulfilled mothers, the difficult communication of fathers and sons. William Walsh’s Fly Fishing In Times Square is a love letter to Americana, a love letter to America. Each of these exacting, spectacular poems come around the corner like long lost friends to kiss each reader on the cheek.” 
—Denise Duhamel

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Gloria Mindock is the founding editor of Červená Barva Press and one of the USA editors for Levure Litteraire (France). She is the author of, I wish Francisco Franco Would Love Me (Nixes Mate Books, 2018), Whiteness of Bone (Glass Lyre Press, 2016), La Portile Raiului (Ars Longa Press, Romania, 2010) translated into the Romanian by Flavia Cosma, Nothing Divine Here, (U Šoku Štampa., 2010), and Blood Soaked Dresses (Ibbetson, 2007).  Widely published in the USA and abroad, her poetry has been translated and published into the Romanian, Croation, Serbian, Montenegrin, Spanish, Estonian, Albanian, and French. Gloria has been published in numerous literary journals including Gargoyle, Web Del Sol, Poet Lore, Constellations: A Journal of Poetry and Fiction, Ibbetson, Muddy River Poetry Review, Unlikely Stories and Nixes Mate Review and anthology. Gloria has been awarded the Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award and was the recipient of the Allen Ginsberg Award for Community Service by the Newton Writing and Publishing Center. She was the Poet Laureate of Somerville, MA in 2017 & 2018.Gloria Mindock 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. Gloria has recently retired as a Clinical Director and Counselor in Addictions and now freelances teaching poetry workshops and editing manuscripts.

TIME OF THE POET REPUBLIC CURATOR( Mbizo CHIRASHA)

African Contributor Poet /Essayist at Monk Arts and Soul Magazine (UK). DitchPoetry( Alberta University,Creative Writing ,Canada). Poetry Potion( Canada). FullofCrow(Canada). Scarlet Leaf( Canada). PoetrySoup( USA). PoemHunter(USA).OneGhanaOneVoice(Ghana).RhythmInternationalVoices(Canada).AfricanWriter.com(Nigeria).OviMagazine(Finland)   Atunis Galaticaedited Agron Shele, Belgium). BlackWell PoetryPamplhet (Oxford School of Poetry, UK). Litnet ( South Africa) . OfiPressMexico City). FemAsiaMagazine (UK). InkSweatandTears (UK). Squackback (USA).The Poet a Day Zine (founded by the late Maestro G Jamie Dedes, Brooklyn, and USA). DemerPress International Poetry Series (curated and edited by Hannie Rouweler, Netherlands). World Poetry Almanac SeriesCurated and Edited by Hadaa Sendoo, Mongloia). Poesi. Is Journal (edited by Peter Semolic, Slovenia)Festival de Poesia de Medellin (founded and directed by Fernando Rendon, Colombia).DIOGEN Magazine (Turkey). RuckSackPatchPoetry, Voices of Diversity (Passion for Poetry, curated by Antje Sehn, Italy). Cultural Weekly International Space,USA) . Zimbabwean (published Wilf Mbanga, UK) .WordCity monthly (curated and edited by Darcie Friesen Hossack, International). IHRAF Publishes (founded by Thomas Block, NewYork, USA)Diasporan Online (founded and edited by Lola Thomas, Spain) .New Best African Poets (curated and edited by Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, Zimbabwe) and more.

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