"Washington Writers' Publishing House involves some of the best writers in the area in its activities and has built an audience of national significance. It is among the most successful recent literary experiments in the country."
—Henry Taylor, Pulitzer Prize Winner
"Ankney’s poems provide an enduring testimony for what it’s like to be fully alive in our calamitous, heart-breaking, and over-charged epoch."
— Michael Collier
Words We Might One Day Say by Holly Karapetkova
When I read the first poem in Words We Might One Day Say, I thought Holly Karapetkova was related to Gabriel Marquez. A surprise seems to appear in many of her poems. Some come close to being magical. I like how this woman writes about childhood. I want to grow old with this book.
—E. Ethelbert Miller