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By La Frontera publisher
“Broken Promises,” Collection of Great Short Stories from America's Newest Western Writers, Now Available
By Scriggler
Poetry, literature and music to inspire, entertain and engage.
By Poets Wear Prada
Award-winning poet Michael T. Young will be reading from his new book, "The Beautiful Moment of Being Lost," in NYC at Parkside Lounge (7/13) and the Cornelia Street Café (7/28), and in Jersey City, NJ at WORD (7/15).
By Placing Literature
The collection, curated by the Mark Twain House and Museum, allows readers to explore the places in Mark Twain’s writings on a map
By R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations
If you’re looking for something fun to read, check out “Crazy Robert’s Poems and Potential Song Lyrics.” The poems are interesting and entertaining and a lot of the poems would also be great for song lyrics for hip-hop, rap and country songs.
By Blue Root Press
Elizabeth Day’s Debut Inspirational Novel Garners Critical Acclaim
By Bathory Gate Press
The literary vampire of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, many stories republished for the first time, appears on bookshelves soon.
By Anterior Books
MYSTIC WATERS is published in print and as an e-book on sale June 19th. A book launch party will be held on June 21st in New London, Connecticut. In MYSTIC WATERS, Cynthia A.
By Nightwriter93
Book #1 on the Young Adult Time Travel Mystery series CUL8R [See you later] is now free on line.
By Loconeal Select
Sartaya, a historical fantasy novel about Earth's early people by Ohio author, Donald F. McGee.
By CLPinc.
Audience members get to answer the question after viewing the upcoming May 13, 2014 NYC, 7PM staged reading of The Bottom a/k/a Easy Money. The play with 2 titles and 2 copyrights has been compared to Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire.
By Bridget O'Brien PR and Events
Author of Breading Up: A Journey to You, Rolanda Footman had a smashing red carpet event in Philadelphia on April 5.
By Author Sarah M. Cradit
AUTHOR SARAH M. CRADIT ANNOUNCES NEXT HOUSE OF CRIMSON & CLOVER NOVEL IN EXCITING SUMMER RELEASE "Dive into the secret, ancient, powerful world of two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans..." Sarah M.
By Dunphy PR
Two books on the life of Brian Ború have been selected to feature as part of a newly announced initiative commemorating next week's 1000th anniversary of the death of the last High King of Ireland.
By Richer Resources Publications
For the second year in a row, poet Eric Forsbergh has won the prestigious Edgar Allen Poe Memorial Prize, sponsored by the Poetry Society of Virginia. “I'm surprised and delighted and kind of humbled all at the same time,” said Forsbergh.
By Studio Farrows
After a difficult winter for the Somerset Levels, Studio Farrows launches as a breath of fresh air in Aller, Langport.
By Stolen Virtue Press
Local writer and disability activist Michael Scott Monje, Jr. has announced a funding campaign for Imaginary Friends, a web serial that is to be distributed freely as it is written this summer.
By Placing Literature
The first two collections highlight literature from Queensland, Australia, and the Catalonia Region of Spain
By Cross Keys Press
Poet & Author Latorial Faison kicks off National Poetry Month 2014 by publishing two new books featuring some of the best work she's ever penned that stands on the shoulders of a historical great, Sojourner Truth.
By Wisehouse (Editorial l'Aleph)
Daniel Curzon´s 3rd and completely updated 21st Century Edition of the classic, bestselling reference for Gay Proper Etiquette
By Books of Life Publishing House
The Celestial Proposal, a self-published book by Jane Catherine Rozek gains unbiased endorsements from ForeWord Reviews and Kirkus Reviews.
By David Wise
24 Traumatic Hours, Twice! - A story of abduction and horror.
By Wisehouse (Editorial l'Aleph)
Daniel Curzon´s Literary Stand-up Comedy “Halfway to the Stars”
By R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations
This is about a poem called "It used to be Made in America." Every businessperson should read it. Every politician should read it, and every American should read it. You can see the poem online at www.itusedtobemadeinamerica.com
By New Dawn Publications
New Dawn Publications has announced the publication of ‘The Complete Short stories of Gary Troia’ from the Ray Dennis Series
By Dunphy PR
A County Clare village once frequented by eminent writers such as George Bernard Shaw, J.M. Synge and Dylan Thomas will host a celebration of Irish literature later this month.
By alleycatpublishing
Nicholas Hood, being the youngest of Robin Hood’s three sons, was an aspiring young writer when tragedy struck. At age twenty- six Nick was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.
By Kit Masters
Peilis – new fiction demonstrates the turmoil of British state schools.
By Indivisible Integers
NGTVZRO has announced the launch of his creative writing and videography outlet on Wordpress, allowing millions to have free public access to his artistry and teachings.
By Cunningham&Co Advertising
Date: 01/26/2014 “Four Parts of the Universe” - the newest mysterious romance about love, music, and destiny is available for purchase.
By Return To Violet
Your complimentary copy of “Return To Violet” will be available this Friday & Saturday, Jan. 24-25 (PST).
By JLB Creatives Publishing
Janet Beasley, founder/CEO of JLB Creatives Publishing, is also author of the popular Hidden Earth Series. She has put together a publishing team of fellow authors who are both traditionally and self published.
By New Street Communications, LLC
SUNY New Paltz's Dennis Doherty examines Mark Twain's classic THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, finding new meanings, resonances and complexities.
By BookBuzz.net
Author, Stephen Sangirardi is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Monday and Beyond: Blessings and Curses.
By Kate Hackett Productions
Produced by Kate Hackett Prod and AntiKaiser, webseries will explore a student’s journey to live life according to classic literature.
By Enchanted PR
Author Elizabeth A.P. Whitmore’s premiere novel flips the definition of a hustler
By JT Allen
11-Year-Old Girl Gets Stranded on Desert Island with Family and Ignores Rescue Vessel A Novel For Children and Young Adults Alike, Screen Writer, J.T.
By R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations
The people will love this song...Politicians will hate it. It’s a satire about power, politics, sex, lies, money and greed. You can hear a FREE CLIP of the song at www.barrows.com/music.html and the poem is at the end of this article.
By Kingdom Sound Publishers
The Guiding Light book project has until December 22nd to raise funds for its Kickstarter campaign
By HoppingBird Productions, LLC
HoppingBird Productions LLC  is pleased to introduce Hannah Olin’s first book in her Ezio Ferrari tetralogy, titled Ezio Ferrari: Blood of an Assassin.
By Tales of the Marvelous
Cheryl Mahoney is a native of Sacramento, who published her first novel on November 15th.  The book is The Wanderers, a Young Adult Fantasy novel with a basis in fairy tales.
By Pelekinesis
A collection of poems that mingle together according to an intuitive sense of what's next, what's gone before, so that in a loose, impressionistic way a story of sorts is told.
By Vacant Press
(Brattleboro, VT) – Vacant Press is now accepting submissions of fiction, nonfiction, essays and articles for publication consideration.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Tar Heel luminaries who have died within the past year -- including Dr. Wiliam Friday and Andy Griffith -- will be remembered during the annual meeting and awards presentation of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association this month.
By Funostra
Ten Hints: Authors – a new type of trivia game – was released for Android devices. In the game players need to guess the author based on a variety of hints about the author's works or biography.
By St. Louis Jewish Book Festival
Festival’s 35th year offers ballet, comedy, concerts, sports & more November 3 - 17
By OTHER magazine
OTHER magazine- there are other ways of seeing the world- announcing the launch of the official Other Magazine website
By G-riots Arts
Reloading the Can(n)on with the Revolutionary Tea Party: The Poetics of Dub
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Gov. Pat McCrory will present awards Nov. 21 honoring contributions to North Carolina in the categories of science, fine arts, literature and public service. The annual award program is administered by the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources.
By Association of Rhode Island Authors
The Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA) has announced that the 1st Annual Rhode Island Authors Expo will be held on Saturday, November 16th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Courthouse Center for the Arts in Kingston.



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