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Returning to Her Roots: Rebecca Snow Speaks in Seattle

Returning to Her Roots: Rebecca Snow Speaks in Seattle

By Rebecca Snow, author of Glassmusic I was honored to give a book talk and reading of Glassmusic at the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle, for their Nordic Nights event on July 2....

Peter Anderson awarded the Bennett Fellowship

Peter Anderson awarded the Bennett Fellowship

     On June 1st, author Peter Anderson released First Church of the Higher Elevations with Conundrum Press and before the upcoming academic year will be driving cross country...

Doug Worgul: Writing the Conundrum

Doug Worgul: Writing the Conundrum

Doug Worgul – novelist, journalist, and barbeque connoisseur – tells us all about his inspirations and his love of beautiful writing and shares his excitement at giving...

McBrearty.

McBrearty’s First Story Keeps Giving

Robert Garner McBrearty’s “The Dishwasher,” his first published short story, continues to garner accolades decades after its initial appearance in the Mississippi Review in 1...

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Juliana Aragón Fatula Writes for Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit
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Last month, Conundrum Press poet Juliana Aragón Fatula joined Latino writers and scholars to contribute supplementary prose as part of the Smithsonian Institution’s traveling ex...

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National Poetry Month 2015 readings
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April doesn’t have to be the cruelest month — not when we have three (THREE!) of our Conundrum Press poets rocking book releases: April 26, 2pm — BookBar Denver, ...


New Releases

  • The Western Lonesome Society
    The Western Lonesome Society

    Available September 29, 2015 Click here to preorder. In this hilarious, poignant, over-the-top Western, Jim O’Brien writes the quixotic saga of his ancestors who grew up with...

  • The Antichrist of Kokomo County
    The Antichrist of Kokomo County

    A Novel by David Skinner Available October 2015 Click here to preorder. WHAT IF YOUR SON WERE THE ANTICHRIST? Frankie Horvath is not happy. He’s almost forty. He’s fat. His wif...

  • First Church of the Higher Elevations: Mountains, Prayer and Presence
    First Church of the Higher Elevations: Mountains, Prayer and Presence

    Purchase a copy here. by Peter Anderson In these contemplative essays written for seekers and adventurers, Peter Anderson explores the scripture of place, the topography of memory,...


Non-fiction

First Church of the Higher Elevations: Mountains, Prayer and Presence
First Church of the Higher Elevations: Mountains, Prayer and Presence

Purchase a copy here. by Peter Anderson In these contemplative essays written for seekers and adventurers, Peter Anderson explores the scripture of place, the topography of memory,...

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Poetry

The Year the Eggs Cracked
The Year the Eggs Cracked

Click here to purchase. by J Diego Frey Like a blindfolded fool who stands on a street corner giving out free hugs, this poetry collection has many oddly shaped gifts to offer. May...

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Fiction

The Western Lonesome Society
The Western Lonesome Society

Available September 29, 2015 Click here to preorder. In this hilarious, poignant, over-the-top Western, Jim O’Brien writes the quixotic saga of his ancestors who grew up with...

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Conundrum Classics

Letters From a Stranger
Letters From a Stranger

Click here to purchase. James Tipton is the world’s preeminent surrealist beekeeper. At his home on a high mesa near Grand Junction, Colorado, he bottles 10,000 pounds of honey e...

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Rocky Mountain Poetry Series

Wake Up, Sleepwalker
Wake Up, Sleepwalker

Click here to purchase. Praise for Wake Up, Sleepwalker “This is a brilliant, wonderful book with provocative insights on every page and new language for the heady, raw experienc...

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