the museum of americana

a literary review

Q&A with Humor Editor Sue D. Gelber

the museum is delighted to announce that contributor Sue D. Gelber has joined our editorial team! She will be serving as editor for our new humor section. In this Q&A, … Continue reading

August 6, 2019

Emma Guzman Reviews Sarah Potenza’s Road To Rome

Sarah Potenza’s 2019 release Road To Rome offers a formidable artillery of empowering blues and R & B anthems. With help from her husband Ian Crossman (lead guitar, co-writer), as … Continue reading

June 26, 2019

Connect with the museum of americana at AWP

                the museum of americana invites you to connect with our editors at AWP this year! They’re not as scary as this bear. I … Continue reading

March 25, 2019

Grant Clauser’s Reckless Constellations — Review and Interview by Contributor Karen Weyant

As soon as I started Grant Clauser’s latest collection of poems, Reckless Constellations, I thought to myself, Wow, I know this place. This place is a landscape filled with beer-can … Continue reading

November 4, 2018

AWP18 Museum Meetup

Join members of the museum of americana’s editorial staff, along with contributors, and friends old and new, for a midday meetup at AWP18 in Tampa! Have a beer, share news, … Continue reading

February 17, 2018

Contributor Cal Freeman Interviews Charlie Rauh

Viriditas, the debut solo album from NYC-based composer Charlie Rauh, is a series of short guitar pieces exploring the modalities of simple melodic phrases.  Contributor Cal Freeman takes the opportunity to interview … Continue reading

February 4, 2018

Announcing our Pushcart Nominations

          Congratulations to the following contributors for their excellent contributions this year. We believe in your work deeply, and we wish you luck in the judging … Continue reading

December 4, 2017

Ellen Stone on the Farmall Model H Tractor

  I was fourteen when Ty put me on the H.  All winter, I had helped him with chores, cleaning out stalls, setting up the milking, feeding cows hay, silage.  … Continue reading

December 7, 2016

Contributor Cal Freeman on Doop and the Inside Outlaws’

  The Corridor Doop and the Inside Outlaws “Back in the summer of ’49, old Everett Belcher was runnin’ shine from the hills of Kentucky to the mills of Great … Continue reading

November 22, 2016

Congrats to this year’s Best of the Net nominees!

          We wish you the best of luck in the selection process!  Poetry Heat by Ellen Stone Slickwater and Sand by Ruth Foley Driving in Nebraska … Continue reading

October 4, 2016