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Stone's Throw


May 2017

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By Annette Barnes


By Kurt Heinzelman

Whatever You May Say
Next In Line
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October 2017


By Tim Suermondt

The World Doesn't Know You


By Gary Hotham

March 23, 2019—A Word’s Worth Review: “A poet who faces time and dying with profound wisdom, writing intimate revelations about relationships and beautifully cultivated love.” Read the Review

March 19, 2019: Waking in the Dark Poems by Michael Miller

Michael Miller’s poems focus on the intimacies and complexities of love, family, waking life, and “the space between dreams.” He continues to show in another insightful book his mastery of the human voice and heart.

How Still the Riddle


By Francine Marie Tolf, Art by Gale Tolf

April 9, 2019: The Old Coastline Selected Poems of M. Vasalis

Translated by Fred Lessing & David Young

Vasalis (1909-1998), a Dutch psychiatrist who specialized in children, her poems emerged out of her life, the natural world, profession, and family. She is one of the most widely read and admired poets of her language and country; cherished for her intensity, intimacy, and cinematic effects.  

May 7, 2019: Pinyon Review Spring Issue

Poems by Alison K. Brody, Lin Marshall Brummels, Gary Lee Entsminger, Susan Entsminger, Ute von Funcke, Neil Harrison, Langji Tianya, John Miller, Diane M. Moore, Rebecca Newth, Mark Sanders, Luci Shaw, Wang Ziliang, Scott Wiggerman, Robert Wilson, Ye Rugang, & Yin Xiaoyuan

Out in the Nebraska Sandhills Paintings by Mark Sanders; His Hand Went Slowly Up & The Birth of Field, Prose by Stuart Friebert; Meeting of the Waters, Historic Photography of Harold A. Taylor by Robert Elliott & Susan Entsminger


By Elisabeth Schmeidel;

Translated by Stuart Friebert

Scant Hours

August 9, 2019: In the Art of Memory

Gary Lee Entsminger moved to another dimension as the day still night became August ninth, 2019. With words of love he held my hands, and then an aneurysm in his aorta prevented further breath and heartbeat. In preceding months Gary investigated questions of time (does it exist?), memory and the role of images in thinking (—what comes after eagle? I asked him that night. —feather), and the interplay between Spirit and material Nature.

June 18, 2018—A Word’s Worth Review: “Reminding us of his awe for nature and organisms and, at the same time, embracing metaphysical thoughts in many of his musings” Read the Review

June 9, 2019: Four Ravens  Poems by Gary Lee Entsminger

“Four Ravens offer a sense of having come full circle—from experience to memory to all we can know of a life.”—Neil Harrison

Everything is reflected
but I see your light
Everything is reflected
but I see your light

gle, July 2019

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June 2018

September 19, 2019—Nebraska Book Awards:

Neil Harrison’s book of poetry, Where the Water Takes You, won an Honor Award in the Nebraska Book Awards.

May 26, 2018—A Word’s Worth Review: “A voice of lucid tones, writing about the natural world and what his clear eyes see in that world. ” Read the Review

May 22, 2018: Where the Waters Take You Poems by Neil Harrison: Wilderness, wildlife, friendship, family, humor, and Harrison’s patient observations suffuse his graceful poems with the beauty and wisdom of living close to the earth.

Betwen Question & Answer


By Ute von Funcke

Translated by Stuart Friebert

October 3, 2019—A Word’s Worth Review: “That’s Friebert — lively, outrageously authentic, magical, and engaging.” Read the Review

September 29, 2019: A Double Life  In Poetry & Translation by Stuart Friebert

“As recounted in the memoir-essays and poignant late poems in A Double Life, the distinguished co-founding editor of Field and poet-translator, Stuart Friebert, has led the kind of globe-trotting 'double life' that makes for the stuff of legend. The volume richly concludes with an expert’s guide to teaching literary translation.”—Cynthia Hogue, author of In June the Labryrinth

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November 9, 2019—A Word’s Worth Review: “Pinyon #16 is a meet tribute to Gary Entsminger, “the troubadour” whose life mission was to celebrate the arts and sciences and whose wife Susan continues the mission.” Read the Review

October 15, 2019: Pinyon Review Fall Issue

POEMS by Alison K Brody, Alyssa Duckworth, Susan Entsminger, Stuart Friebert, Susie Gharib, Neil Harrison, Hongri Yuan, Richard K. Kent, Michael Miller, Diane M Moore, James B Nicola, Toni Ortner, David Radavich, Robert B Shaw, Diane Vreuls, and Christian Woodard

PROSE: Turquoise Glacial Ripples by Gary Lee & Susan Entsminger and Sole Survivor by Matthew Feeney

ART: Baby Lucy’s Quilt by Laurel Brody, Imaginary Art by Larry Fogg, and Beyond the Gate by Fabrice Poussin

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