Rose Solari’s new poem “Hunger” is written for the famed folk musician, Jackson Browne.
Gleah Power’s powerful new memoir, “Million Dollar Red,” receives the thumbs up from ASP’s Rose Solari in her review for Lit Pub.
The Kenyon Review recently published an interview with ASP’s own Rose Solari concerning several different operational and philosophical aspects of the modern independent press. One of the questions that the interviewer, Kristina Marie Darling, posed to Rose inquired about the notion of “literary citizenship,” and, specifically, how it “shapes [the] editorial decisions” of a small press.
“I am not seeking to articulate a political position. To make poems I seek paradox and contradiction: the opposite of an ideology.” — David Gewanter This Sunday, October 21, at 8 p.m., ASP’s Rose Solari is reading with acclaimed poet, essayist, editor, and professor David Gewanter in a new poetry reading series at Second Story Books, 2000 P Street NW, Washington…
Hear Rose Solari and Richard Peabody interviewed by the beloved E. Ethelbert Miller for his WPFW radio show.
Last week, in response to current events too complex and heartbreaking to recount here, I added to the chain of grief and sisterhood flooding social media with stories of why we did not report our rapes to the police. Mine was four simple sentences: “Because my rapist was famous, well-respected, well-connected. Because I didn’t realize…