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Anhinga Press's 40th!

We turn 40 in 2014, and we're throwing a party to celebrate. For more information, see the anniversary event site.

For forty years, Anhinga Press has brought fine literature to readers around the world.

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Our Newest Books:

Syntactical Arrangements of a Twisted Wind, by Earl S. Braggs
Somewhere Near Defiance, by Jeff Gundy
Miss Lost Nation, by Bethany Schultz Hurst
Bay of Angels, by Diane Wakoski
Chain Link Fence, by Patti White
The Poets Guide to the Birds, by Judith Kitchen and Ted Kooser
Mexican Jenny and Other Poems, by Barbara Brinson Curiel
If a Storm, by Anna Ross
Fallen Attitudes, by Patricia Waters

Our Latest News:

Reading / LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts
Anhinga poets Jeff Gundy and Earl S. Braggs will be reading from their work Saturday, Sept. 13, 7 p.m., at the LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts (125 N. Gadsden St. [map]). Admission is free. Sponsored by Anhinga Press with a generous grant from the Council on Culture and Arts (COCA). For details, click the [more info] link at the right (659KB PDF).
Celebrate Our 40th with Us!
Anhinga Press has been publishing poetry for 40 years, and we're throwing ourselves a party Thursday-Saturday, October 9-11, at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. For more information, including program details and links to hotel and registration options, follow the link displayed at the right. Still have questions? Email us, at events@anhinga.org. We look forward to seeing you!