Poetry Society of Vermont
founded in 1947
photo by Linda Tyler

Current Member Publications and Readings

To submit your publications this list, contact PSOV President George Longenecker at marlong@myfairpoint.net  Submit either published or forthcoming  poetry, and include all pertinent information such as journal name, volume, and date. 
You may also submit information about recent books, with web links for those who wish to purchase them. 
We'd also like news of your upcoming readings. 

Kathleen McKinley Harris announces the publication of her book Earth Striders from Finishing Line Press The poems in the collection are centered on horses. Most are set in the Vermont of Harris’s youth.  www.finishinglinepress.com

George Longenecker  announces the publication of his book Star Route from Main Street Rag Publishing. The book is available at https://mainstreetragbookstore.com/product/star-route-by-george-longenecker/ He's had poems in  Main Street Rag, Colere, Santa Fe Review, Saranac Review, Comstock Review, Whale Road Review and America. 

Alice Gilborn’s book What Do You Do with a Kinkajou? is now available. The book has been revised and reissued by the Blueline Press and the Shires Press in Manchester, Vermont.  It can be found at the Northshire Bookstore and on line at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


Wilma Ann Johnson had two poems published in the Time of Singing 2017 summer journal.

Susan Bauchner continues to study acting at the Lake Worth Playhouse in Florida and performed at the Waitsfield Valley Players Theater in the Vermont Playwrights Circle Annual TenFest.

David Mook has self-published Corn-Pone ’Pinions (Political Poems, Essays and Cartoons) featuring art by Tom O’Brien. The book contains reflections on racism, poverty, and violence in America.


Carol Milkuhn’s chapbook entitled In the Company of Queens, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2016.  The cover was designed by PSOV member, Judy Brook.

Tamra J. Higgins and Mary Jane Dickerson expanded the board of Sundog Poetry Center to include Neil Shepard and three others. The current board is eager to bring more poetry events, retreats, and publishing to Vermont.

Marta Rijn Finch has been putting most of her poetic efforts into song; with the Bennington Choral Society, she played part of an ancient Greek chorus in Mozart’s Idomeneo at Bennington College in 2017

Ann B. Day has published her 2019 Poetry through the Year Engagement Calendar, her 13th  annual calendar book, containing Ann’s original poems and photographs.

Charlie Rossiter has poems in his free ebook: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/39347

He announces the Poetry/Spoken Word Open Mike the second Tuesday of each month, the Tap House, 309 County St., Bennington (across the St. from Bennington Pottery). Sign-up at 7, readings begin 7:15. 5 minute time limit.  More info: 708-606-4673  Always free