Saturday, August 29, 2009

Contributor News: Bruce Boston - Bram Stoker Award

Bruce Boston's dark poetry book, "The Nightmare Collection" (Dark Regions, 2008) has received the Bram Stoker Award from the Horror Writer's Association.

Also, Bruce's most recent poetry collection "Double Visions" a collaboration with ten other speculative poets has just been released by Dark Regions.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Announcing: Sherrie Flick's New Novel: "Reconsidering Happiness"

University of Nebraska Press presents "Reconsidering Happiness" a novel by Sherrie Flick.
To order:
The two silent Ss of Des Moines beckon twenty-three-year-old Vivette with a sexy finger, and a promise. So, in the mid-1990's, she convinces Grandpa Joe-Joe to sell his Buick for twenty dollars, leaves behind her friends, her job at a hip New England bakery, and an affair with a married man, and moves to Iowa. Margaret who left the same bakery years earlier on her own restless quest, offers pointers from her cautiously settled Nebraska life.
In a story of lust and longing, love and loneliness, dissapointment and desire, stretching from the East Coast to the West, these two pioneering women navigate through secrets, lies, decisions, and compromises, shared over pool tables, postcards, and shots of whiskey. Starting up, starting over, slowing down, they crisscross each other's lives like highways on a map, always escaping, flying toward a dreamt future, and trying to avoid the charted course.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

MOTEL - Fiction by Stefanie Freele - Bannock Street Books

The innovative new publisher Bannock Street Books presents the artbook/chapbook MOTEL: a short story by Stefanie Freele paired with photography contributed by Sarah Black.

MOTEL will soon be available on the Bannock Street Books website:

In the meantime, signed copies of the book are available from the author:

$7 plus $2 shipping


Or by check:

Stefanie Freele
1083 Vine St. #352
Healdsburg, Ca 95448