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To Chapbook or Not to Chapbook?

In the midst of feeling a bit down about my prospects, with the interminable wait for my Canadian visa stretching on, I reached out to an old poetry professor to ask for some advice. 975 more words

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Reminder: Reading in Chicago/Hyde Park on July 30

It’s almost here! If you’re in the Chicago area, please come see me read from my book Secret Rivers at Hyde Park Art Center this Wednesday (7/30) at 6:30 p.m. 6 more words

This Old House by A. Jarrell Hayes

Ms. Jackson has inherited a house from one of her relatives. When she goes to inspect it, she uses her Sense to communicate with the spirit and memories that reside in the house.

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A Nice Run by A. Jarrell Hayes

Marc has spent his life looking for love, but to no avail. He had given up and enjoyed living a life of wanton pleasure. After he is involved in a horrible accident, he is reunited with a magical friend from his childhood. 16 more words

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Swordbreaker by A. Jarrell Hayes

A warlord-turned-pacifist, nicknamed “Swordbreaker,” must face the consequences of his tyrannical reign. The nations he had subjugated form a collation and rise up against him. As he rides into battle, he comes to terms with his bloody past.

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Freedom by A. Jarrell Hayes

Jim is a young man who has lost faith in America’s leadership. He joins a peaceful march organized by the charismatic Howard Rand, which was met by police brutality. 19 more words

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Alphabe Thursday .... J is for Jack and Jill

This nursery rhyme is considered by some as fairy tale because it has a romantic air.  From the beginning of the 19th century it formed one of the chapbook series; the story was extended to fifteen verses.   128 more words

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