The First Red Letter Poem: “Pinckney Street” - My "Pinckney Street" is first "Red Letter Poem," selected by the Arlington Poet Laureate to be sent out to many readers in the area.
In Memoriam: Stratis Haviaras. A Tribute Page - Harvard Review's Memorial Page for Founding Editor, Stratis Haviaras. Tributes by friends.
New Poem in Maintenant 13 - Maintenant, the international journal of contemporary Dada writing and art devotes issue #13 (in May 2019) to examining Artificial Intelligence as only Dada writing and art can. My poem "AI" is included.
Salamander Issue #48: Spring/Summer 2019 - Salamander Issue #48 includes a portfolio of over 30 invited poems in recognition of the magazine's Founding Editor Jennifer Barber. The portolio is guest-edited, with an introduction, by Fred Marchant
Honors for Said Not Said - Said Not Said honored as a runner-up for the Massachusetts Book Award for 2017. The Massachusetts Book Awards recognize significant works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and children’s/young adult literature published by Commonwealth residents or about Massachusetts subjects.
Review from Bloom - Read on for an excerpt of Sonya Chung's review of Said Not Said by Fred Marchant.
Review from Image Update - Read on for an excerpt of Jen Hinst-White's review of Said Not Said by Fred Marchant.
Review from The Rumpus - Read on for an excerpt of Barbara Berman's review of Said Not Said by Fred Marchant.
Review from Publishers Weekly - Read on for a review excerpt of Said Not Said by Fred Marchant.
Review from The Los Angeles Review - Read on for an excerpt of Rebecca Kaiser Gibson's review of Said Not Said by Fred Marchant.
Early Review of Said Not Said - As the title asserts “Said Not Said”—much is said in this life, but there is even more unsaid—so much subtext, so much nuance, so much subtlety, but Marchant does his part to the fill the void with his new book of evocative verse.
Fred Marchant Day in Boston - Mayor Martin J. Walsh, issues a proclamation declaring December 24, 2016 to be "Fred Marchant Day" in the city of Boston.
Said Not Said, 2017 - How should a poem respond to the fundamentally unacceptable dimensions of human experience? What good is a poem in the face of irremediable illness, the death of innocents, human predation? Why persist in searching for words and images that inevitably prove inadequate to experiences that seem beyond words, beyond imagining?
The Twentieth Anniversary of TIPPING POINT - Fred Marchant’s Tipping Point first appeared twenty years ago, and is, in part, about an individual becoming an artist… In poem after poem we are presented with a living, breathing human consciousness in the midst, always, of being (of becoming) alive.