News & Events
Upcoming Poetry Reading: Penn State Erie, Metzgar Center, 5:30-7:00 PM, September 26, 2019.
Two poems, “Shell Casings” and “The Maps of the World,” appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of The Southern Review. Thank you to Jessica Faust for accepting the poems.
A short story, “Through the Wall,” appeared in Narrative Magazine: https://www.narrativemagazine.com/issues/stories-week-2018-2019/story-week/through-wall-doug-ramspeck
A review of Black Flowers appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Poet Lore.
A poem, “Numerology,” appeared in volume 68.2 of Epoch (Cornell). Thank you to Nancy Viera Couto for accepting the poem.
A short story, “Summer,” appeared in volume 62.2 (Spring/Summer 2019) of Nimrod International Journal.
A poem, “Moon Epistles,” appeared in the Spring/Summer issue (22.2) of Valparaiso Poetry Review. Thank you to Edward Byrne for selecting the poem.
A Poem, “Gliding,” which appeared originally in The Louisville Review, was reprinted on Verse Daily, April 25, 2019.
A poem, “Wasp Allegory,” appeared in volume 39.1 of Pleiades.
A short story, “Chicago,” appeared in the 2019 issue of Chautauqua.
Black Flowers was a finalist for the 2019 UNT Rilke Prize. Other finalists were Ada Limon and Kevin Prufer. Congratulations to David Keplinger.
The poem, “Field Guide for a Marriage,” was reprinted in the 2019 anthology Voices from the Fierce Intangible World. Thank you to Lenny DellaRocca.
A poem, “Gravity” appeared in volume 26 of Spillway.
A poem, “Love Letters from a Hollow Log,” appeared in volume 35.2 of Louisiana Literature. Thank you to Jack Bedell for accepting the poem.
A short story, Balloon,” appeared in volume 51.1 of The South Carolina Review.
Online Interviews with Doug Ramspeck
LSU Press/Southern Review, “A Writer’s Insight: Doug Ramspeck”
The Massachusetts Review, “10 Questions for Doug Ramspeck”
Southern Indiana Review Press: “A Kind of Faith: An Interview with Doug Ramspeck”
CRAFT: “Author’s Note”
The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, “Possum Garden”
The Collagist: “Interview Doug Ramspeck”