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Pre-order POINT BLANK by Sept. 30th for 20% Discount!

In the last newsletter, I shared two trailers for the manuscript. I'm thrilled to announce that POINT BLANK will be published by Silver Birch Press on November 2016! They're accepting pre-orders through PayPal only. If you pre-order now, you get POINT BLANK for $12 and pay no shipping or tax (offer good until Sept. 30th)Inbox me for pre-order info. Learn more

Affrilachian Poets reject Bevin arts award

Kentucky.com reports: "The Affrilachian Poets, a diverse Lexington-based collective of writers directly or indirectly connected to Appalachia, has rejected its 2016 Governor’s Award in the Arts, citing Gov. Matt Bevin’s positions on education, the humanities and other issues." Read the full article.

 

Bronx Migrations

Michelle Tokarczyk's Bronx Migrations, published by Cherry Castle Publishing, chronicles in poetry the story of a young white girl and her family moving from the Bronx in the 1960s and of the Bronx she never left behind. Learn more


Independent authors are starting to outsell the Big Five

Can self-publishing really become a lucrative full-time endeavor? Writer Magazine's Patrick Walsh says a six-figure income is actually possible for indie authors. Learn more




Order DRIFT!

"...climbing aboard these poems...the first thing I noticed were the many passengers," according to the Coal Hill Review. "It made me realize how I’ve been reading too much of the loner stuff, speakers isolated from the world..." Read the full review, then purchase DRIFT
 

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