THE NIGHT MARKET by D.R. Wagner – illustrated by ReBecca Gozion



Bear in mind that much of the following schedule is indeed tentative, as I like to remain organic and flexible.  Some books may take longer than anticipated to produce. And life is never entirely predictable.  But I think we have a reasonable and fairly reliable guideline here.  I am very excited about each and every one of these publications.   I predict you’re gonna love them as much as I do.


NEW TITLES


January:


YES, but…. by Martin Burke (Belgium)
Sunshine Liar by Ryan Swofford (Oregon)
In Bold Blackness: Selections by Jami Tillis (Chicago)

February:

Cut Me Free by Ben Heins (New Jersey)
Songs in the Key of Cleveland: An Anthology of the 2013 Best Cleveland Poem Competition
The Night Market
by D.R. Wagner (California)

Bookmobile by David S. Pointer (Tennessee)

March:

Oct Tongue -1 by Mary Weems, John Swain, Lady K Smith, John Burroughs, Steve Brightman, Shelley Chernin and Steven Smith
Balefire by Susan A. Sheppard (West Virginia)
Poem’s for Explosion by John G. Hall (United Kingdom)

April:

On the Outside by Catherine Criswell (Ohio)
The Road Unravelled to the Lakes by Wendy Webb (United Kingdom)
When You Don’t Know Who You Are by Alinda Dickinson Wasner (Michigan)

May:

City of Tents by Martin Willitts, Jr. (New York)
Contents under Pressure by Kevin Ridgeway (California)

June:

god save your mad parade by Austen Roye (Texas)
The Leavings by Natalie Easton (Connecticut)

July:

Special Watch by Richard M. O’Donnell (Ohio)
Of Friends & Liars & Intelligent Crows by Carolyn Srygley-Moore (New York)

August:

Ship of Theseus by Christopher Willard (Canada)
Matilda’s Battle Waltz by Tracie Morrell (Pennsylvania)

September through December and maybe into 2015:

[the following are in no particular order yet]
Fractured Fairy Tales by William Merricle (Ohio)
Field Notes by Heather Ann Schmidt (Michigan)
We by Michelle Williams (Ohio)
Inquiry into Loneliness by Meg Harris (Massachusetts)

Works (with yet-to-be-determined titles) by Steven B. Smith, Helen Shepard, Christian O’Keeffe, Dianne Borsenik and Christopher Franke (all from Ohio).

And we may have a few other surprises thrown in through the course of the year as well.


REISSUES

Soon we will reissue Mary C. O’Malley’s 2013 chapbook 
Howl for My Family in April in a revised/enhanced edition.  And sometime this year we will make several more of our titles – like Justin Hamm’s The Everyday Parade / Alone With Turntable, Old Records – available in an e-format via Kindle.  Stay tuned for more on that.

Most grateful for your support,
John Burroughs

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