Publisher of Glass Lyre Press and the principle owner and managing editor of Pirene's Fountain, a poetry journal.
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Host, RJ Jeffreys "Jeff" of The Write Step is most honored and pleased to welcome publisher, poet and managing editor, Ami Kaye. Join us for a lively and in-depth conversation on poetry, the craft of writing and the business of publishing books.
Ami Kaye serves as publisher of Glass Lyre Press, and is also the principle owner and managing editor of Pirene's Fountain, a poetry journal. Ami edited and published Sunrise from Blue Thunder in response to the Japan 2011 disasters. More recently she co-edited First Water: Best of Pirene’s Fountain. Her poems, reviews and articles have appeared in various journals and anthologies including East on Central, First Literary Review- East, Tears in the Fence, Cartier Street Review, Wild Goose Poetry Review, Peony Moon, Scottish Poetry Review, Diode Poetry Journal, Dance of the Peacock, Enchanting Verses, among others. Ami’s work was nominated for the James B. Baker award, and received an honorable mention in the 2013 Tiferet Journal writing contest. She is the author of What Hands Can Hold. Ami Kaye has also interviewed various literary personalities.
To find out more about Ami Kaye and her publications and books, please visit: http://www.amikaye.com/
Of Ami Kaye’s work, Cin Hochman, Editor-in-Chief, First Literary Review-East states, “Ami combines the best of all possible traits: she is a brilliant poet, storyteller, editor, and publisher, and is the type of empathetic friend you want to have along to share all things literary AND life-affirming. In addition to her love of craft and intuitiveness for quality, she demonstrates a tremendous respect for her fellow poets. And now Ami has made the logical leap into the small press world, and as someone who possesses several of Glass Lyre’s maiden publications, I can vouch for the fact that all of Ami’s elegance, refinement, goodness, and goodwill have been brought to bear in these beautiful books. And now I am thrilled that THE WRITE STEP has discovered her too.”
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