About

Lois P. Jones was a finalist for the 2022 Best Spiritual Literature Award in Poetry from Orison Books. Her work was Highly Commended and published in the 2021 Bridport Poetry Prize Anthology. In collaboration with filmmaker Jutta Pryor and sound designer Peter Verwimp, her poem La Scapigliata won the 2022 Lyra Bristol Poetry Film Competition. Other honors include the Bristol Poetry Prize judged by Liz Berry, the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a single poem, the Tiferet Poetry Prize and winning finalist for the 2018 Terrain Poetry contest judged by Jane Hirshfield. Jones has work published or forthcoming in the Academy of American Poets – Poem A Day, Poetry Wales, Plume, Guernica Editions, Vallentine Mitchell of London; Verse Daily, Tupelo Quarterly, Tinderbox Poetry Journal and Narrative. Her first collection, “Night Ladder” was published by Glass Lyre Press in 2017 and was a finalist for the Julie Suk Award and the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a poetry collection. She is a screening judge for Claremont University’s Kingsley-Tufts Awards. Since 2007 Jones has hosted KPFK’s Poets Café, co-produced the Moonday Poetry Series and acted as poetry editor for Pushcart and Utne prize-winning Kyoto Journal.

Lois participated in the 2022 Cheltenham Poetry Festival, the 2018 Houston Poetry Fest, the 2017 Bristol, England Poetry Festival, the 2014 Eyewear Publishing launch at Goodenough College, London, and attended conferences in San Miguel de Allende Mexico from 2005 to 2010 as well as Languedoc Rousseau, France with Pascale Petit in 2012.

Her literary works have been translated to Korean for Miju Poetry and Poetics by the Korean Poets Society of America (2019) as well as Chinese for Mirrors and Windows published by Guernica Editions. Other work has been included in Arabic for the Publisher Weekly, Arabic Edition “Al-Nasher Al-Usboei” magazine in 2015.

 

 

Break On Through (To the Other Side) — An Interview with Poets Café’s Lois P. Jones

 

Mapping the Artist: Lois P. Jones

London Premonition: Photography

 

Cover image – The West Hollywood Gateway Billboard, National Poetry Month.  Photograph by Elena Secota.

Panel 1

Written Interviews by Lois

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.americanmicroreviews.com/interview-with-william-odaly/

 

http://www.americanmicroreviews.com/interview-with-joseph-fasano/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 2

About

Lois P. Jones was a finalist for the 2022 Best Spiritual Literature Award in Poetry from Orison Books. Her work was Highly Commended and published in the 2021 Bridport Poetry Prize Anthology. In collaboration with filmmaker Jutta Pryor and sound designer Peter Verwimp, her poem La Scapigliata won the 2022 Lyra Bristol Poetry Film Competition. Other honors include the Bristol Poetry Prize judged by Liz Berry, the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a single poem, the Tiferet Poetry Prize and winning finalist for the 2018 Terrain Poetry contest judged by Jane Hirshfield. Jones has work published or forthcoming in the Academy of American Poets – Poem A Day, Poetry Wales, Plume, Guernica Editions, Vallentine Mitchell of London; Verse Daily, Tupelo Quarterly, Tinderbox Poetry Journal and Narrative. Her first collection, “Night Ladder” was published by Glass Lyre Press in 2017 and was a finalist for the Julie Suk Award and the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a poetry collection. She is a screening judge for Claremont University’s Kingsley-Tufts Awards. Since 2007 Jones has hosted KPFK’s Poets Café, co-produced the Moonday Poetry Series and acted as poetry editor for Pushcart and Utne prize-winning Kyoto Journal.

Lois participated in the 2022 Cheltenham Poetry Festival, the 2018 Houston Poetry Fest, the 2017 Bristol, England Poetry Festival, the 2014 Eyewear Publishing launch at Goodenough College, London, and attended conferences in San Miguel de Allende Mexico from 2005 to 2010 as well as Languedoc Rousseau, France with Pascale Petit in 2012.

Her literary works have been translated to Korean for Miju Poetry and Poetics by the Korean Poets Society of America (2019) as well as Chinese for Mirrors and Windows published by Guernica Editions. Other work has been included in Arabic for the Publisher Weekly, Arabic Edition “Al-Nasher Al-Usboei” magazine in 2015.

 

 

Break On Through (To the Other Side) — An Interview with Poets Café’s Lois P. Jones

 

Mapping the Artist: Lois P. Jones

London Premonition: Photography

 

Cover image – The West Hollywood Gateway Billboard, National Poetry Month.  Photograph by Elena Secota.

Panel 3

About

Lois P. Jones was a finalist for the 2022 Best Spiritual Literature Award in Poetry from Orison Books. Her work was Highly Commended and published in the 2021 Bridport Poetry Prize Anthology. In collaboration with filmmaker Jutta Pryor and sound designer Peter Verwimp, her poem La Scapigliata won the 2022 Lyra Bristol Poetry Film Competition. Other honors include the Bristol Poetry Prize judged by Liz Berry, the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a single poem, the Tiferet Poetry Prize and winning finalist for the 2018 Terrain Poetry contest judged by Jane Hirshfield. Jones has work published or forthcoming in the Academy of American Poets – Poem A Day, Poetry Wales, Plume, Guernica Editions, Vallentine Mitchell of London; Verse Daily, Tupelo Quarterly, Tinderbox Poetry Journal and Narrative. Her first collection, “Night Ladder” was published by Glass Lyre Press in 2017 and was a finalist for the Julie Suk Award and the Lascaux Poetry Prize for a poetry collection. She is a screening judge for Claremont University’s Kingsley-Tufts Awards. Since 2007 Jones has hosted KPFK’s Poets Café, co-produced the Moonday Poetry Series and acted as poetry editor for Pushcart and Utne prize-winning Kyoto Journal.

Lois participated in the 2022 Cheltenham Poetry Festival, the 2018 Houston Poetry Fest, the 2017 Bristol, England Poetry Festival, the 2014 Eyewear Publishing launch at Goodenough College, London, and attended conferences in San Miguel de Allende Mexico from 2005 to 2010 as well as Languedoc Rousseau, France with Pascale Petit in 2012.

Her literary works have been translated to Korean for Miju Poetry and Poetics by the Korean Poets Society of America (2019) as well as Chinese for Mirrors and Windows published by Guernica Editions. Other work has been included in Arabic for the Publisher Weekly, Arabic Edition “Al-Nasher Al-Usboei” magazine in 2015.

 

 

Break On Through (To the Other Side) — An Interview with Poets Café’s Lois P. Jones

 

Mapping the Artist: Lois P. Jones

London Premonition: Photography

 

Cover image – The West Hollywood Gateway Billboard, National Poetry Month.  Photograph by Elena Secota.