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The Heir to the North - Audiobook Review

For my first review on this here blog I’ve decided to cover The Heir to the North by Steven Poore, which I finished listening to on audiobook the other day.  272 more words

On the Shelf 

Among the motley crew that makes up our library, is a book I know inside out. Elin’s Air sits upon the shelf; a satisfying sight to see! 18 more words

Children's Book

Review: Stay Crazy by Erica Satifka

I received an advanced copy of Stay Crazy from the author for review.  Official release date is August 16, 2016.

To start off, I am not usually a sci-fi reader but when the genre crosses over with something that I can relate to, I am intrigued. 318 more words

Book Review

New Poem

Faust

no deal:
your terms
too strict
your demands
too steep
the return
too small
my soul
too precious

© Cliff Burns (All Rights Reserved)

Writing

"independent publisher" is a beautiful theme, thanks WP

well, for once I veered from my usual choices (only 2) when I was creating Agnishatdal’s site, and simply took the one wordpress offered me. 66 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Nowhere near as big as but not as small as, either. Why I chose small-press publishing.

I’ve been writing books for years. In fact, since I was ten. Before that I wrote poems. I could still recite a few that I wrote when I was seven, but I won’t, I promise. 1,260 more words

NANSENSU #1 Now Available!

Get your copy of NANSENSU #1 in print for $16.99 or save $10 and get a PDF copy for $6.99!

nonSENSE Press presents our premiere issue of NANSENSU, a magazine that celebrates the beauty of the fringe with works by five different talented artists who’ve come together to create a collection of provocative, transgressive, subversive, thought-provoking, challenging, and sometimes grotesque but always gorgeous artwork. 61 more words

Small Press