Category: Events and Publications

  • New Writing in 2018

    My attention will soon have to turn to all of the exciting Foundlings publications and other projects popping up and popping off in this first half of 2018. I have had a few small publications of my own worth mentioning, though. The most noteworthy, and the most fun to write, was an essay on Buffalo’s […]

  • Foundlings Chapbook Contest and Artist Residency at Hotel Henry

    Foundlings Chapbook Contest and Artist Residency at Hotel Henry

    English-language poets of all styles have an opportunity to win an artist’s residency at Hotel Henry in Buffalo, N.Y., where they will collaborate with a guest illustrator on a limited release chapbook of their poems, to be published through Foundlings Press, a Buffalo-based literary arts organization, in early 2018. Foundlings Press welcomes submissions for its […]

  • Peach Mag Editor Reviews Organizing Isolation in The Public

    Peach Mag Editor Reviews Organizing Isolation in The Public

    Peach Mag editor Rachelle Toarmino reviewed Organizing Isolation in this week’s Public. Rachelle was the first person to see any drafts of these poems – it was Rachelle who suggested I reach out to Joel Brenden of Linoleum press to collaborate – and so it’s fitting that she should be the first voice to comment on the […]

  • Organizing Isolation launched, on sale now from Linoleum Press

    Organizing Isolation launched, on sale now from Linoleum Press

    Last Friday night, the CEPA Studio Loft hosted the launch party for my debut poetry collection, Organizing Isolation: Half-Lives of Love at Long Distance. Getting the #spot ready for tomorrow! Meet me @ 7pm right here. A post shared by Aidan Ryan (@aidanlyaeus) on Apr 27, 2017 at 3:12pm PDT The space was decorated with glossy […]

  • Submissions Open For Buffalo “Under 40” Poetry Anthology

    Submissions Open For Buffalo “Under 40” Poetry Anthology

    Buffalo poets aged 40 and under can submit to a new anthology of verse through April. BlazeVOX will publish the project in December 2017. There’s been a lot of buzz around Buffalo poetry lately. The Just Buffalo Literary Center continues to do great work for the city — this year alone they brought Booker-winner Marlon […]