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Notes from the Publishing Underground — April 1, 2015

April 2nd, 2015  |  Published in Press







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“To what purpose, April, do you return again?”

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Out of Hibernation

Events and Happenings in April

In her poem “Spring,” Edna St. Vincent Millay asks,
“To what purpose, April, do you return again?”
We can certainly answer that. 

Readings for National Poetry Month

April is not only National Poetry Month, but also, and more importantly, it’s the month we’re releasing three books of poetry! Check out our upcoming titles below. 

You’ll have have two opportunities to see our poets in action: in Denver at BookBar on Sunday, April 26 at 2 p.m. and in Boulder at Innisfree on Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m.

RSVP on our Facebook page, and bring your friends to hear some delicious, lyrical, witty work. 

Red Canyon Falling
on Churches
by Juliana Aragó
n Fatula

Fatula uses a combination of nature, spirituality, myth, and ritual in this magical collection of poems. With no-holds-barred honesty, she shares her experiences of trying to escape the bonds of race and gender to prevail in an adjust world for a woman of color who writes. 

The Year the Eggs Cracked
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. Maybe you’ll come away with a feeling of affection, maybe with some type of infection, but your relationship with modern poetry will be changed. We hope for the better. 

Lost Songs &
Last Chances

by Chris Ransick

This collection from Denver’s former poet laureate pulses with surprising turns and playful language. The
book’s complex weave of individual, highly readable pieces collected into suites presents an invitation to
the reader to absorb the book as greater than the sum
of its parts. 

Kathryn Winograd is one of Foreword Reviews’
2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalists for her book Phantom Canyon: Essays of Reclamation.
See the full list here

Somewhere like Norway but warmer—the ocean in front of me, mountains behind. A small cottage, farms, cows, horses, a few very nice people not too far away…

Read about Rebecca Snow’s ideal writing space and more in these interviews from Les Femmes Folles
and AndiLit.com. Her debut novel is Glassmusic.

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Poetry Month Discount
In celebration of
National Poetry Month,
you’ll get a
20% discount
if you enter
the code
ILOVEPOETRY
when you checkout
at our online bookstore!

 


Our Poets’ Poets 

Throughout the month,
our authors will
take over
our Facebook page
to share the poets
and poems
that have made
the deepest impact
on them.
Like our page
to find out more.
And share with us
which poets
influenced
you.

 



































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