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Teow Lim Goh’s Book About Poetry Left By Chinese Immigrants Garners National Attention

February 24th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Blog, Press, Teow Lim Goh | Comments Off on Teow Lim Goh’s Book About Poetry Left By Chinese Immigrants Garners National Attention

Teow Lim Goh’s Book About Poetry Left By Chinese Immigrants Garners National Attention

“Although it was widely known as the Ellis Island of the West, Angel Island wasn’t meant to herald immigrants to the United States so much as to keep them out. Located just across from Alcatraz in the San Francisco Bay, the immigration station started operating in 1910, largely to process the cases of Chinese laborers, who, […]

Living, Loving, and Other Heresies for Valentine’s Day

February 14th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Blog, Zsolt | Comments Off on Living, Loving, and Other Heresies for Valentine’s Day

Living, Loving, and Other Heresies for Valentine’s Day

Pearls by Zsolt When he wrote the essays in Living, Loving, and Other Heresies, Zsolt was suffering from a progressive, debilitating neuropathy that eventually killed him. The essays began as letters to loved ones, but slowly evolved into group emails not only about his disease, but also about life in general. They functioned as a […]

White Plains: A Novel

January 24th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Blog, David Hicks, New Releases | Comments Off on White Plains: A Novel

White Plains: A Novel

Flynn Hawkins is a graduate assistant at a prestigious university, on his way to greatness and wisdom. But in the aftermath of 9/11, Flynn leaves his unhappy marriage and beloved children, resigns his teaching position and heads west, only to get lost in his guilt and in the mountains of Colorado. When he ends up […]

New Study Examines Amazon’s “Stranglehold” on Local Economies

December 2nd, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog | Comments Off on New Study Examines Amazon’s “Stranglehold” on Local Economies

New Study Examines Amazon’s “Stranglehold” on Local Economies

As if we all needed another reason to shop local and support small presses, but here’s more fuel for the fire: Amazon’s increasing dominance comes with high costs. It’s eroding opportunity and fueling inequality, and it’s concentrating power in ways that endanger competition, community life, and democracy. And yet these consequences have gone largely unnoticed […]

Join Us On Our Greatest Adventure Story: Comrades on the Colca: A Race for Adventure and Incan Treasure in One of the World’s Last Unexplored Canyons

October 18th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog, Eugene Buchanan | Comments Off on Join Us On Our Greatest Adventure Story: Comrades on the Colca: A Race for Adventure and Incan Treasure in One of the World’s Last Unexplored Canyons

Join Us On Our Greatest Adventure Story: Comrades on the Colca: A Race for Adventure and Incan Treasure in One of the World’s Last Unexplored Canyons

Today, you can join Eugene Buchanan on a wild ride down the deepest gorge in the world. Through his book that is. Proudly released by Conundrum Press today, Buchanan’s Comrades on the Colca: A Race for Adventure and Incan Treasure in One of the World’s Last Unexplored Canyons is available through our website, Amazon, and […]

A Momentous Literary Thriller: Benjamin Dancer’s Patriarch Run Released Today

October 4th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Benjamin Dancer, Blog, Press | Comments Off on A Momentous Literary Thriller: Benjamin Dancer’s Patriarch Run Released Today

A Momentous Literary Thriller: Benjamin Dancer’s Patriarch Run Released Today

We are proud to announce the release of Benjamin Dancer’s Patriarch Run today. Dancer paints a powerful father-and-son tale through vivid language and a gripping page-turning plot that also deftly touches on topics affecting the world today. Patriarch Run can be purchased through our website, Amazon, and booksellers nationally. In Patriarch Run, the story’s main […]

Review of Islanders by The Fem

August 8th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog, Teow Lim Goh | Comments Off on Review of Islanders by The Fem

Review of Islanders by The Fem

July 28, 2016 Reviewed by Vanesa Pacheco Teow Lim Goh’s collection of poems imagines the lost stories of the women detained on Angel Island’s Immigration Station, as well as of their families, staff, and of those involved in the 1877 San Francisco Chinatown Riots. Decades after the Immigration station closed, poems were found written on […]

Official Release: Poetry Collection Brings to Life the Lost Voices of Asian Immigrants

July 12th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog, Events, Teow Lim Goh | Comments Off on Official Release: Poetry Collection Brings to Life the Lost Voices of Asian Immigrants

Official Release: Poetry Collection Brings to Life the Lost Voices of Asian Immigrants

Denver poet Teow Lim Goh explores the challenges and triumphs of Chinese immigrants in her debut collection of poetry, Islanders; lost voices of immigrants held on Angel Island, California. Teow Lim Goh’s debut poetry collection Islanders has received heaps of praise and attention from numerous publications prior to the book’s official release July 12, 2016. In searing poetic language, […]

17th Annual Writing the Rockies Conference

June 5th, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog | Comments Off on 17th Annual Writing the Rockies Conference

17th Annual Writing the Rockies Conference

Gunnison, Colorado – Now in its 17th year, Writing the Rockies (July 20 – 24, 2016) is one of the largest and most diverse writers’ conferences in the Rocky Mountain region. Set in the beautiful Gunnison Valley of southwest Colorado on the campus of Western State Colorado University, the conference takes place in cooperation with Western’s low-residency […]

Islanders Receives Bountiful Praise from Reviewers

June 3rd, 2016  |  by  |  published in Blog, Teow Lim Goh | Comments Off on Islanders Receives Bountiful Praise from Reviewers

Islanders Receives Bountiful Praise from Reviewers

Teow Lim Goh’s momentous debut poetry collection Islanders has received heaps of praise and interest from several publications since the soft launch of her book through our online bookstore. And we’re anticipating the publication of more reviews and interviews before the official release of Islanders on July 12. Since the lead-up to and the soft […]

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