Want to save $50K on graduate school? In The One-Hour MFA, novelist Michael Kimball (Big Ray, Dear Everybody, etc.) gives indispensable advice as he breaks down the writing process into fifteen brief, meaningful lessons.
Here’s an excerpt from Edward Mullany’s new book. This is the first chapter of the first book of the second novella, “The Book of Numbers.”
At the PGP Tumblr, I wrote about all the stuff that we got done this week: http://pubgen.tumblr.com/post/119201998635/big-week-at-pgp, including approving the proof for The Three Sunrises which is still preorderable for $11!
Edward Mullany’s new book is a collection of three novellas, and right now you can get the ebook version for free (or preorder the print version for $11).
It’s finally time for new books from Publishing Genius! This announcement has been a long time coming, and it’s been a slow pleasure to put this catalog together. We have a ton of different projects in the works, from these books listed below, to our Ebook Flights program, to Real Pants, the … Read More
Matt Cook’s collection of poetry is on sale to celebrate his appointment as Milwaukee Poet Laureate
Today we are pleased to unveil the cover for Craig Griffin’s cookbook, Eat, Knucklehead. The photography was done by Deanna McCarthy, and Craig scratched out the titling himself.
Below, we’ll tell you how you can get yourself a free copy of this 200+ page book.
It’s spring! and SPD just sent out their new catalog of recommended titles. Right on top? Madeline ffitch’s amazing Valparaiso, Round the Horn. Order it from SPD right here, and if you haven’t had the chance yet, read Madeline’s interview at The Collagist.
Thanks to A Tree Born Crooked author Steph Post for her glowing review of Valparaiso, Round the Horn. She says the stories are “beautiful tales of discovery, but often a raw darkness is slowly bubbling underneath the surface.” Read the whole thing here.
Last week I traveled to the Panama Canal. Your browser does not support the video tag. At the time it was finished in 1914, carving a route that joins the Pacific to the Atlantic had been the largest engineering project ever undertaken, in the history of history. And it’s beautiful, too: … Read More