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“Party-Time! Excellent!” by Quincy R. Lehr

By On July 23, 2015

Quincy R. Lehr's most recent books are Heimat (2014) and The Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar (2015). He lives in Brooklyn, where he is the associate editor of The Raintown… Read More

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“Thirteen New Ways To Spell ‘AMERIKKKA'” by Quincy R. Lehr

By On March 12, 2015

Quincy R. Lehr is the author of several collections, most recently Heimat and the forthcoming The Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review, and… Read More

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Excerpt from the Epic, Book-Length Poem Heimat by Quincy R. Lehr

By On June 9, 2014

Quincy R. Lehr is the author of several collections, as well as the imminently forthcoming Heimat. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review, and he lives in Brooklyn, where he… Read More

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Quincy R. Lehr Reads “Who Killed Bambi?”

By On June 1, 2013

Filmed at Carmine Street Metrics, May 12th, 2013… Read More

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“Who Killed Bambi?” by Quincy R. Lehr

By On February 18, 2013

Quincy R. Lehr's new collection, Shadows and Gifts, his first since 2012's Obscure Classics of English Progressive Rock, sees Lehr adopt a more visceral tone as he faces off against the economy,… Read More

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“Bright-eyed MFA Students Shelling Out Their Moolah to Join This, That, or the Other Fief as Vassals”: Ernest Hilbert Interviews Poet Quincy R. Lehr

By On April 4, 2012

Quincy R. Lehr's poetry, criticism, and essays have appeared in numerous journals in North America, Europe, and Australia. He co-hosts the long-running Carmine St. Metrics reading series in New York City; he… Read More

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Quincy R. Lehr and Paul Siegell Enter the Studio to Record Tracks for Legendary Misbehavior LP

By On January 11, 2012

"You can't make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you're doing is recording it." - Art Buchwald… Read More

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New York Book Launch for Ernest Hilbert’s Caligulan and Quincy Lehr’s Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar!

By On September 4, 2015

Come out to help celebrate two new books of poetry from Measure Press, Ernest Hilbert's Caligulan and Quincy Lehr's Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar… Read More

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Philadelphia Book Launch Party for Ernest Hilbert’s Caligulan and Quincy Lehr’s Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar

By On September 1, 2015

Come out to help celebrate two new books of poetry from Measure Press, Ernest Hilbert's Caligulan and Quincy Lehr's Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar!… Read More

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“Ich Bin ein Charlie Hebdo” by Quincy Lehr

By On January 14, 2015

Quincy R. Lehr is the author of several collections, most recently Heimat and the forthcoming The Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review, and… Read More

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“Left on Mission and Revenge” by Quincy Lehr (with Audio)

By On May 9, 2013

Quincy R. Lehr's collections include Across the Grid of Streets, Obscure Classics of English Progressive Rock, and Shadows and Gifts. He is the associate editor of The Raintown Review, and he lives… Read More

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“Assassinating Satires”: Ernest Hilbert Introduces Quincy Lehr

By On May 14, 2012

“Gifted with truly biting wit, Quincy R. Lehr is equal parts Beau Brummel and Jacques Brel, Lord Byron and John Dryden, Bob Dylan and Lenny Bruce. He is an Augustan satirist, of… Read More

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“The Rest of the Story” by Quincy Lehr

By On May 3, 2012

"Gifted with truly biting wit, Quincy R. Lehr is equal parts Beau Brummel and Jacques Brel, Lord Byron and John Dryden, Bob Dylan and Lenny Bruce. He is an Augustan satirist, of… Read More

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“Comrade Brummell” by Quincy Lehr

By On April 5, 2012

Quincy R. Lehr’s poetry, criticism, and essays have appeared in numerous journals in North America, Europe, and Australia. He co-hosts the long-running Carmine St. Metrics reading series in New York City; he… Read More

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“BUNGA-BUNGA” by Quincy Lehr

By On November 15, 2011

A brand new poem from one of our favorite young New York poets. … Read More

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Two by Quincy Lehr

By On October 21, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“If God is Good” by Quincy Lehr

By On October 10, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“Out of Shot” by Quincy Lehr

By On September 26, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“A Change of Season” by Quincy Lehr

By On September 22, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“The Death of a Wasp” by Quincy Lehr

By On August 23, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“THUD!” by Quincy Lehr

By On June 28, 2011

Where’ve our tortured artists gone, Catullus or Syd Barrett? Chasing after the latest grant and following the carrot.… Read More

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“Alternative Rock Song” by Quincy Lehr

By On April 21, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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“Why There is No Socialism in the United States of America” by Quincy Lehr

By On April 6, 2011

Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, having returned to the U.S. after two years in Ireland. His work has appeared in print and online venues… Read More

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Quincy Lehr Responds to Maria Johnson’s “Reading Irish Poetry in the New Century: Poetry Ireland Review, 2000-2009”

By On November 27, 2010

Maria Johnston’s essay on “Poetry Ireland Review 2000-2009” in issue 100 of Poetry Ireland Review has generated much debate. Click here to see some of the comments from readers. The issue is… Read More

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E-Verse Autumn Equinox at Fergie’s Pub!

By On September 3, 2014

Featuring Iain Haley Pollock, author of Spit Back a Boy, Kate Gale, author of The Goldilocks Zone, and Quincy R. Lehr, author of Heimat, hosted by Ernest Hilbert… Read More

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“My Life as One of King Charles II’s Mistresses” by Anna Evans

By On June 24, 2014

"Historical poetry often makes me shudder, being either narrowly polemical or a means of piggybacking on someone else's life when one's own creativity is wanting. Anna M. Evans's Sisters and Courtesans, in… Read More

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Listen to Ernest Hilbert’s Elegies & Laments on Spotify

By On August 10, 2013

“Amazing and innovative . . . The music is variegated and fascinating, by turns vicious and lovely . . . [it does] what art should do: change things. Elegies & Laments will… Read More

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“High Heel” by Erica Dawson, in the Best of the Barefoot Muse

By On January 3, 2012

An anthology of the best poems that appeared in the online journal, The Barefoot Muse, 2005-2010, selected and arranged by Anna M. Evans, including poems by Mike Alexander Tiel Aisha Ansari Peter… Read More

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Books Read or Reread by Ernest Hilbert in 2016

By On December 28, 2016

One thing I’ve learned about fatherhood is that the number of books one will have time to read in a given year plummets precipitously. Nonetheless, I managed a few.   George Saintsbury,… Read More

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Books Read or Reread by Ernest Hilbert in 2015

By On December 21, 2015

Another year down, and once again I lament I only found time for a small number of the books I had hoped to read. Here's the rundown of what I managed to… Read More