About

The Fox Chase Collective 

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“Poetry must be available to the pubic in far greater volume than it is.”- Poet Joseph Brodsky

It was with Brodsky’s statement in mind we have produced 21 issues of The Fox Chase Review an international review of poetry and fiction, our blog and our reading series to reach the broadest audience possible of readers of poetry and fiction.

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The Fox Chase Review was founded in the summer of 2007 followed by The Fox Chase Reading Series by Philadelphia Poet/Writer g emil reutter .

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You can read all issues of The Fox Chase Review at this link: http://www.thefoxchasereview.org/archives.html

Our Staff:

Diane Sahms-Guarnieri

Poetry EditorDiane Sahms-Guarnieri  2009-2015

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Fiction Editors:  Russell Reece and Robert Hambling Davis 2013- 2015

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Fiction Editors: Sandra Davidson  and T.G. Davidson – 2011- 2013

O.L. Barnes – 2009-2011

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Creative Non-Fiction Editor MM Wittle – 2014- 2015

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Web Editor:  Katie M Reutter 2013- 2015

Sandra Davidson – 2007- 2013

Fox Chase Review Broadside Series 

Diane Sahms-Guarnieri published the Fox Chase Review Broadside Series highlighting poets and writers reading at our featured series in 2013-2015. You can view them at this link:

https://foxchasereview.wordpress.com/category/fox-chase-review-broadside-series/

Book Reviews 

 Occasional contributors included Robert Hambling Davis, Russell Reece, P C K Prem,  Ann E Michael, Rodger Lowenthal, Ananya S Guha, g emil reutter, SM Page, Doug Holder, Dennis Daly,  Diane Sahms-Guarnieri,  Shernaz Wadia, Sandra Davidson  among others.

Book Reviews at FCR:  https://foxchasereview.wordpress.com/category/book-reviews/

Interview Series

 “10 questions for….” interview series

Our Reading Series 

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The Featured Poet/Writer Series ran from 2008-2015 and was held at 3 Sisters Corner Cafe before moving to  Ryerss Museum andLibrary . This series featured poets from Philadelphia and around the United States. The featured poets were followed by an open mic. 

Photos from this series 2008-2011 can be viewed at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157614581079088/

Photographs from 2012 to 2015  can be viewed at this link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157629096910438/

The Outdoor Poetry Series

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–  Poets on the Porch ran from 2010 to 2015 at the historic Ryerss Museum and Library .  This festival featured poets reading on the wrap around porch at Ryerss.

Photographs of this event can be viewed at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157624536350361

Poets @ Pennypack crowd

 Poets @ Pennypack, was held on April 12th and May 10th 2104 in the outdoor amphitheater/ camp fire area at the Pennypack Park Environmental Center.  Located at 8600A Verree Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 19115. The event ran from 1 pm to 3:30 pm and featured seven poets followed by an open mic.

Photographs from Poets @ Pennypack I an II – 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157643749179114/

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Poets in the Park ran for three seasons, (2010, 2011 and 2014) and was held at Lions Park, 7900 Oxford Avenue in Fox Chase. Photographs of this event can be viewed at http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157624478593342

2nd Tuesdays Poetry Open Mic

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This series ran from April of 2009 ending in May of 2011. Venues included The Blue Ox Bistro, Red Rooster Inn and Hop Angel Brauhaus. Photos from this series can be viewed at http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157615011933081/

. Our vision was to provide poets/ writers with a showcase for their work. The Review was published on line in order to provide a broad audience for the poets and writers we publish. We have attempted to provide the readers of The Fox Chase Review and those attending The Fox Chase Reading Series with a wide range of styles and schools of poetry as well as in presentation. The Review was published three times a year.

The poets and writers who contributed to the review and our staff are gracious in that the work was provided at no cost to the reader.