Category: Blog

  • My Next Heart: In Conversation with Buffalo Spree

    My Next Heart: In Conversation with Buffalo Spree

    In late February, Buffalo Spree invited Justin Karcher, Noah Falck, and me to discuss our yearlong process of producing My Next Heart: New Buffalo Poetry ( Blazevox, 2017), an anthology that captures many of the most prominent and exciting young voices making noise in the city’s poetry scene today — what Spree called a “younger […]

  • Foundlings Launches Publishing Collab With The Public, and New Collection of Essays From Bruce Fisher

    Foundlings Launches Publishing Collab With The Public, and New Collection of Essays From Bruce Fisher

    On 6 April Foundlings Press unveiled a new website and announced a publishing collaboration with The Public: The Public Books. This historic joint venture — which brings together Buffalo’s hottest new publisher with the region’s premier weekly source of news, arts, and commentary — is both an imprint of Foundlings Press and the publishing arm […]

  • Foundlings Enters ‘Next Phase’ with Lytton Smith’s My Radar Data Knows Its Thing

    Foundlings Enters ‘Next Phase’ with Lytton Smith’s My Radar Data Knows Its Thing

    Buffalo News Art Critic Colin Dabkowski Traces the Transformation of a Magazine into a Press “Foundlings Press Enters New Phase” From the outside, the past few days might have seemed like a startling explosion of growth for Foundlings Press. Last Wednesday we announced our formal publishing partnership with The Public, Western New York’s alternative weekly […]

  • 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 […]

  • November Shows: Glengarry Glen Ross and The Crucible

    Theatre season in Buffalo has been off to a strong start. During Curtain Up week in September I was able to catch two excellent comedies: the charming adaptation Killer Rack at Alleyway and Noel Coward’s coruscant Design For Living at Irish Classical. Drama, however, is the flavor for November. Theatregoers have two fine choices in Glengarry Glen Ross at […]