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Privateer Press Launches Fiction Imprint

Privateer Press, creator of the popular steampunk role-playing game Iron Kingdoms and the miniature-based wargames Hordes and Warmachine, has begun publishing adventure stories within these fantasy settings through its new fiction imprint, Skull Island Expeditions»

This Season, Give the World Poetry

Drunken Boat Media has launched a Kickstarter campaign to to promote the forthcoming collection Hide and Seek Muse, edited by Lisa Russ Spaar. The collection includes work by some of our finest contemporary poets paired with short essays that explore their relevance to our culture. The collection bridges any perceived gap between poetry and our national discourse, offering insight into poems by Jane Hirshfield, Bin Ramke, Charles Wright, Brenda Hillman, and many more. »

A Horse on the Moon by Max Randolph

Max Randolph’s collection of dreamprose, A Horse on the Moon, is now available through Amazon. Randolph’s distinctive style contains echoes of French surrealism and a contemporary avant-garde sensibility. I copyedited his manuscript in early 2012. Congratulations, Max!

Drunken Boat 15 Is Live and Alive

Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature has released a powerhouse of an issue, featuring a nonfiction portfolio on experiences of the body edited by Heather Bryant and guest editor Suzanne Paola, a new book reviews section edited by Shira Dentz, a fiction folio edited by Holly Wendt including work by Tucson’s own Timothy Dyke, two poetry sections, one of which features Native American women poets and a strong editorial comment on the recent ban of ethnic studies in Tucson by Layli »

Kudos

If you want an editor with enormous professional integrity who isn’t afraid to tell you the truth about your work, but knows all about fragile egos and therefore murders your babies with courteous brutality; who is suitably persnickety without being pedantic; who always respects the writer’s voice and is just as committed to your project as you are: give Erin Wilcox a try. You will not be disappointed.”

Dominic Lagan,
author,
The Coming Storm

The Particular: Editing Weblog