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26Feb
Tailwinds Press, 2015 ISBN: 978-0-9904546-4-9 Perfect bound, 202 pp., $14 Review by Mary Lannon Melissa Reddish works in both the realist and fabulist traditions in her revelatory and socially conscious collection of...
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25Feb
JOB DESCRIPTION Today’s Publishing World has an opportunity for a highly motivated writer who has strong typing skills, takes pride in the written word, and can brew a robust cup of coffee....
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19Feb
Since around 1980, Mark Wyatt has been photographer to the unfamous wherever he has travelled. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image faithfully reproduces what...
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03Jan
Vicki Entreken is a writer and editor in the Tampa Bay area. She is Assistant Editor for Prick of the Spindle, and her writing has appeared in Burrow Press Review and Prick...
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02Jan
Malcolm Maune has been doing editorial illustration for over a decade. He is a transgender artist who has won awards with Greenpeace and Levi's, and did a show at the first annual...
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01Jan
Carlos Franco-Ruiz (°1987, Managua, Nicaragua) is an artist who mainly works with painting. In 1988, as the civil war was winding down, his parents immigrated to Miami, Florida. He graduated with a...
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30Dec
(Larchmont, NY) — Area residents Jane and Tom Wald have reported to local authorities that their house has unexpectedly turned into a black hole that sucks up books and other printed materials....
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20Dec
Mongrel Empire Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-0-9972517-4-6 Perfect bound, 243 pp., $18 Review by Heather L. Levy In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These, Kat Mead’s newest book,...
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19Dec
Interview by Elizabyth A. Hiscox Elizabyth A. Hiscox interviews Patricia Colleen Murphy about her award-winning collection, Hemming Flames. This interview was conducted through email by Elizabyth A. Hiscox, who is the author...
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14Dec
Bottom Dog Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-933964-89-8 Paperback, 159 pp., $17 Review by Andrew T. Powers Sheldon Lee Compton’s new novel, Brown Bottle, is an Appalachian Gothic, a tragic Kentuckian tale with two...
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