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Small Press, Big Plans: My Views on the Small Press Experience

Preface

Evidently, this article dates back to the time when my hair was blue, black and purple and I resembled Philip Oakey. Ah, those were the days! 3,012 more words

Sands Through The Hourglass

Update - August 31, 2015

We donated a copy of Quiet Christmas Poetry to the Decatur Haiku Collection, which is managed by Randy Brooks at Millikin University in Illinois, USA.  95 more words

Haiku

All About Literary Magazines: Reading, Submitting, Publishing Your Own

Literary magazines are wonderful. They often publish new and established writers, are increasingly become more mobile, and for the motivated, are fairly easy to publish. 188 more words

Self-Publishing

'Cherry Blossoms' Poem and Watercolor Painting

Since cherry blossoms are a few of my favorite things (I feel a song coming on…) I decided to paint some and add my poem of the same name to it. 103 more words

Art

News 07:08:2015

SPECTRAL PRESS

Copies of Lisa Hannett’s chapbook Smoke Billows, Soot Falls will be on their way to subscribers starting from Monday next week. We here at Spectral apologise for the extreme delay of this publication and for customer’s patience, but circumstances beyond our control prevented us from getting it out before now. 248 more words

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COVER REVEAL: Taking on Water By David Rawding

Today Bloody Bookish is taking part in a cover reveal for the new mystery/thriller from author David Rawding!

ABOUT THE BOOK

When James Morrow, a social worker, first meets Kevin Flynn, he suspects the teen is being abused. 221 more words

The Bloody Scoop

New Chapbook: toxic city by Janice Lobo Sapigao (December 5, 2015)

We at Woodland Pattern are very excited to announce the upcoming publication of toxic city, a chapbook by Janice Lobo Sapigao. 

toxic city, which will be released on December 5 of this year, is part of a documentary and exploratory poetry collection, microchips for millions, about the exploitation of immigrant women in the Silicon Valley and those who built it all – those like the author’s mother. 273 more words

Woodland Pattern Book Center