Thursday, April 24, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
99 CENTS

Party celebrates release of new Blue Moon review

By
From page A3 | December 06, 2013 | Leave Comment

The latest issue of the Blue Moon Literary & Art Review, published in Davis, will be released at a wine-and-cheese party from 4 to 5 p.m. Sunday at The Avid Reader. The authors and members of the public will gather at the bookstore at 617 Second St. in downtown Davis.

This issue includes many highly regarded authors, such as Mark Jacobs, who has published 90 stories in magazines including The Atlantic, The Iowa Review, The Southern Humanities Review, The Idaho Review and The Kenyon Review. He has stories forthcoming in several magazines, including Playboy.

Jacobs’ fifth book, a novel set in Turkey titled “Forty Wolves,” came out in 2010.

W.A. Reed — whose poetry and short fiction have appeared in Bare Root Review, Free Verse, Porcupine Literary Arts Magazine and Third Wednesday — also is featured. He has published several chapbooks of poetry and excerpts from an online daily blog documenting his struggle with prostate cancer.

Readers will be amused by “I See By Your Outfit That You Are A Cowboy” by Hadley Hury, the author of the novel “The Edge of the Gulf,” and the short story collection, “It‘s Not the Heat.” His poetry and short fiction have appeared in numerous magazines.

“Hot Springs” is by Stephanie Dickinson, who was raised on an Iowa farm but now lives in New York City. Her novel “Half Girl” and novella “Lust Series” are published by Spuyten Duyvil.

This issue also includes three poems by poet Changming Yuan, a five-time Pushcart nominee and author of “Chansons of a Chinaman” (2009) and “Landscaping” (2013). Recently interviewed by PANK, Yuan’s poetry appears in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine, Threepenny Review and more than 700 others across 27 countries.

The review also features a new local author, Carolyn Waggoner, who teaches composition at Sacramento City College and UC Davis. “Rio Dingo” marks her literary debut.

Also featured is a book review by Nina Cooper, who holds a Ph.D. in romance languages from the University of Texas at Austin. She has done academic work on Julian Green, Gabriel Marcel and Jean-Paul Sartre. Currently, she is translating French detective/mystery stories.

For more information, call Scott Evans, editor, at 530-902-0026.

Enterprise staff

LEAVE A COMMENT

Discussion | No comments

The Davis Enterprise does not necessarily condone the comments here, nor does it review every post. Read our full policy

.

News

4-H members get ready for Spring Show

By Anne Ternus-Bellamy | From Page: A1 | Gallery

 
Will city move forward on public power review?

By Dave Ryan | From Page: A1

 
 
2 pursuits, 2 arrests keep Woodland officers busy

By Lauren Keene | From Page: A2

 
Obama to Russia: More sanctions are ‘teed up’

By The Associated Press | From Page: A2

 
 
Youth sports in focus on radio program

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

 
Rummage sale will benefit preschool

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

Concert benefits South Korea exchange

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

 
Conference puts focus on Arab studies

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

Central Park Gardens to host Volunteer Orientation Day

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5 | Gallery

 
Volkssporting Club plans North Davis walks

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

Hotel/conference center info meeting set

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

 
Davis honors ‘green’ citizens

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

Water rate assistance bill advances

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

 
Program explores STEM careers for girls

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5, 1 Comment

Embroiderers plan a hands-on project

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

 
MOMS Club plans open house

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A7

 
Cycle de Mayo benefits Center for Families

By Anne Ternus-Bellamy | From Page: A8

Author to read ‘The Cat Who Chose to Dream’

By Anne Ternus-Bellamy | From Page: A12

 
.

Forum

Things are turning sour

By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: B5

 
Ortiz is the right choice for Yolo

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

Tom Meyer cartoon

By Debbie Davis | From Page: A6

 
The high cost of employment

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6, 1 Comment

High-five to Union Bank

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

 
Broken sprinklers waste water

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

Three more administrators?

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

 
Neustadt has experience for the job

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

Here’s a plan to save big on employee costs

By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A6, 3 Comments

 
Davis is fair, thoughtful

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

.

Sports

DHS boys shuffle the deck to beat Cards

By Thomas Oide | From Page: B1 | Gallery

 
DHS/Franklin II is a close loss for Devil softballers

By Enterprise staff | From Page: B1

DHS tracksters sweep another DVC meet

By Enterprise staff | From Page: B1 | Gallery

 
Another DVC blowout for DHS girls soccer

By Evan Ream | From Page: B1, 2 Comments | Gallery

Young reinvents his game to help Aggies improve on the diamond

By Bruce Gallaudet | From Page: B1 | Gallery

 
Baseball roundup: Giants slam Rockies in the 11th

By The Associated Press | From Page: B2

 
UCD roundup: Aggies lose a softball game at Pacific

By Enterprise staff | From Page: B3

Jahn jumps to Sacramento Republic FC

By Evan Ream | From Page: B8

 
.

Features

.

Arts

 
Emerson, Da Vinci to present ‘Once Upon a Mattress’

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A11

Winters Plein Air Festival begins Friday

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A11

 
 
Bach Soloists wrap up season on April 28

By Jeff Hudson | From Page: A11

Congressional art competition open to high school students

By Enterprise staff | From Page: A11

 
.

Business

.

Obituaries

.

Comics

Comics: Thursday, April 24, 2014

By Creator | From Page: B6