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Anhinga's 40th - in Town!

Missed our Tampa anniversary bash? No problem -- come to our local party! For details, see below.

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Our Newest Books:

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

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2014-11-23
40th Anniversary -- in Town!
5-8pm, at the Aloft Tallahassee Downtown [map]: help Anhinga Press Celebrate 40 years of publishing beautiful books of poetry. Come hear great poetry, prose, live music and performance art! David Kirby, Rick Campbell, Barbara Hamby, Michael Trammell, Mary Jane Ryals, Bucky McMahon, Kristine Snodgrass, Jay Snodgrass, Erin Hoover, Alex Quinlan, Herb Donaldson, Agnes Furey are some of the authors reading, and there will be a special performance by The Java Girls (Donna Decker, Melanie Rawls, Lynne Knight & Mary Jane Ryals). Live music will be provided by Hal Shows, Dean Newman and Mike Rychlik. Books and CDs will be available for purchase. This is a casual, relaxed event, and a full bar and food will be available. Come hang out with your friends and have a great time -- we look forward to seeing you! Tickets are $10 general Admission. Students: Pay what you like.