Molly Brodak edited Everyday Genius in October and did an amazing job. The work, almost exclusively poetry, was of a subtly unified tone, and if you followed along daily, or if you go back and read them in order, I think … Continue reading
The publishing arm of Amazon announced that they’re going to publish a weekly journal called DAY ONE. It’s for the Kindle and will feature short stories and poetry. The first issue is now live. Their motivation for creating the journal … Continue reading
Here’s a picture of me shaking hands with Guy Benjamin Brookshire, author of The Universe War. We were onstage in Athens, GA. In July, I went on a five city tour with Matt Cook to support the release of Proving Nothing … Continue reading
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Tweet to #EdwardAdamJohn this week, while they’re on their book tour, and tell them what to draw. They’ll draw it and post it to Instagram. Any subject — all is fair game!
Edward, Adam and John a Publishing Genius reading tour Edward, Adam and John are traveling from Baltimore to Atlanta to celebrate the launch of two new books from Publishing Genius: Woods’s Activities and Mullany’s Figures for an Apocalypse. Their 40-minute multimedia … Continue reading
Baltimore CITY PAPER calls Publishing Genius a “true cultural treasure.”
We are pleased to announce that the first winner of the Chris Toll Prize is Kyle Flak, of Michigan, for his chapbook What Hank Said on the Bus. Kyle is also the author of The Secret Admirer and Harmonica Days. His work can be read at Everyday Genius.
Release: August 2013 Guy Benjamin Brookshire lives in Vallejo, CA with a family and a beard. … Continue reading
“Our primary focus is poetry and small press stuff in general. I don’t know if this is weird, but at any given time there’s a better chance that you’d find something like The Drunk Sonnets by Daniel Bailey on the shelves … Continue reading
Figures for an Apocalypse is a collection of episodes about eternity. It’s vast, precise, and unhurried. It could go on forever, in the way that reading a novel can feel as if a new branch of reality is revealed to you, and the world will continue in the mode of its insight forever. The sustained thinking and intense concentration in these poems is what we expect from literature. – Arda Collins
This week we released the eBook of Gabe Durham’s novel Fun Camp. There are now a number of ways to get a copy, including SPD (they just ordered a second helping of books), right here at PGP, Amazon and maybe even your library (and … Continue reading