one week?

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working on squaring with the fact that in one week… the poets are coming. i’m excited. i’m nervous. i bought a fresh bottle of antacids.

hard to believe it’s been almost a year since i have seen some of these folks. it’s time. ready or not…

and, what better reason would one need to hang out with some of the coolest people in the universe.. to put together a hella cool show… well—TA DA

yes, folks. the books are on the way, the poets will be soon. i go find happy sleepy place now

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 1 WOMEN OF THE SMALL PRESS
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**SHIPS AUGUST 11**

Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Citizens for Decent Literature Press (July 31, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 069226695X
ISBN-13: 978-0692266953

CONTINENTAL USA ONLY

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INTERNATIONAL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED THROUGH AMAZON. SORRY. POSTAGE SUCKS

CONTRIBUTORS: Stephanie Bryant Anderson, Arlene Ang, C.V. Auchterlonie, Francesca Bell, Iris Berry, Sirenna Blas, Jennifer Blowdryer, Jane Blue, April Michelle Bratten, Bree, Judy L. Brekke, Melanie Browne, MK Chavez, Wanda Marrow Clevenger, Sharon Coleman, Ryder Collins, Cathleen Allyn Conway, Juliet Cook, Cassandra Dallett, Jessica Dawson, Heather Dorn, Lisa Douglass, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Teri Louise Kelly, Ellaraine Lockie, Diane Lockward, Ally Malinenko, Ellyn Maybe, Michele McDannold, Ann Menebroker, Sheila E. Murphy, Alexandra Naughton, s. Nicholas, T.A. Noonan, Puma Perl, Misti Rainwater-Lites, Erin Reardon, Lynne Savitt, Trina Stolec, Susan Yount.

THIS IS POETRY Volume I: Women of the Small Press THIS IS POETRY Volume I: Women of the Small Press

Women of the Small Press move through the phases of identity and sexuality–shifting gears–controlling the stick shift with the mouth. –Julie Demoff Larsen, editor at Blotterature Literary Magazine

Let’s face it. In the poetry World that should strive for human rights there has never been a balance between man and woman. Leaving the women often unheard. Someone has needed to anthologize the women of the small press for a long time. Leave it to Michele McDannold and Brian Fugget to do this and do it right. This anthology captures all of the anger, all of the passion, all of the love, all of the hate, everything. This should be an instant classic. — Michael D. Grover, Head Poetry editor at Red Fez Publications

As you read this anthology, keep a notebook and a pen nearby. If you’re like me, you’ll wind up with a long list of essential new poets to seek out further. — Bud Smith, poet/author of Tollbooth

The women of the underground howl, growl, sing and grunt truth in words plain and poignant. No timid academics here. These ladies have something to say. — J. Claudius Cloyd, author/poet

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