I'm Co-Owner of this ten year old press that features 32 authors of poetry, stories, fiction, and essays. We have 35+ titles and will be publishing 15 in 2016. Our authors are tenured faculty, award winning, and prominent on festival reading circuits.
Fiction Editor, Ad Manager, Distribution, Layout, Branding, Platforming, Outreach, Reader.
Owner. Brought in work for and coordinated 5 editors under the brand. Editing and tutoring.
Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. In THAT MAN IN OUR LIVES, New York-Hong Kong author Xu Xi extends the fictional universe of her earlier novels. New York is the perch from which she examines the shifting balance of power between China and the US, set against a tale of lifelong friendships between Gordon Ashberry—"Gordie" or "Hui Guo"—and his two best friends Harold Haight and Larry Woo... read more
Literary Nonfiction. Latino/Latina Studies. Hybrid Genre. DEATH OF ART dissects post-capitalist, post- Internet, post-death culture; our ability and affinity to be both disembodied and tethered to technology, allowing us to be in several places at once and nowhere at all. "The future is trash. Recycling it, re-arranging it. Making it beautiful again." "Lately I had been thinking about writing ... read more
Poetry. Women's Studies. These meditations, cosmic-toned, yet utterly visceral, demonstrate Michelle Bitting's continuing growth and power as a poet of love, loss, the daily and deeply human experience, together with a maturing eye to understanding greater mythological tropes. Woven throughout her contemplation of the terrible beauty and struggle of family dynamics, corporeal desire, the injus... read more
Fiction. A post-apocalyptic America, fueled by bigotry and the unintended consequences of technology, blooms behind a walled city run by the crisping-addicted strongman, George Polk. Enter Mere Roosevelt, a down and out sort, sick of his bad luck, but good at his job. He has a comfortable life working for Polk, but when Mere quits, he discovers Polk needs him for more than research. On the run... read more
Fiction. Elise understands her father—a Vietnam vet who abandoned her when she was an infant—about as much as she does her church organist mother and the rest of their suburban Virginia town. When even that thin thread of connection is suddenly severed, Elise is flung across the world, to Southeast Asia. Tracing the steps her father took through the war, Elise searches for a connection—with hi... read more
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