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Six Off 66 by David Daniel (104 pages), a collection of short stories.
Goodreads reviewer: “Every once and a while a collection of short stories comes along that reminds me why I love the form, and this little book did just that.”
The Origin of Paranoia as a Heated Mole Suit by Rupert Wondolowski (52 pages), a collection of poetry and microfiction by the master.
Goodreads reviewer: “You need to get this book. It’s a lovely, petite book of poems that will make your scream-hole work overtime …”
The Disinformation Phase by Chris Toll (72 pages), a collection of poetry.
Goodreads reviewer: “Finally, I am helped to see the sacred texts for what they are, whatever they are …”
Falcons on the Floor by Justin Sirois (300 pages), a road novel set during the siege of Fallujah during the Iraq War.
Goodreads reviewer: “It really is refreshing to see such an ambitious, meticulous novel come out of the small-press scene. What Sirois has done here cannot have been easy.”
I Don’t Know I Said by Matthew Savoca (200 pages), a road novel set during the woeful days of young adulthood.
Goodreads reviewer: “At its core, Savoca’s novel is a roadmap of scenarios shared and survived. If you have any feeling left in your heart, you owe it to yourself to invest in a copy.
Easter Rabbit by Joseph Young (104 pages), a collection of microfiction.
Goodreads reviewer: “These stories are so achingly beautiful, some quite mysterious, with wit and verve. There’s no such thing as a too-short story, if it is told well…”
Fog Gorgeous Stag by Sean Lovelace (72 pages), a microfiction adventure.
Goodreads reviewer: “Laughed out loud several times while reading this, for the sheer joy of it.”
The Best of What’s Left of Heaven by Mairéad Byrne (208 pages), a collection of poetry.
Goodreads reviewer: This a great read, the kind of poetry book that makes me keep thinking “I want to share this poem! Even with non-poetry people!”
Michael Kimball Writes Your Life Story (On a Postcard) by Michael Kimball (186 pages), a collection of life stories.
Goodreads reviewer: “This collection of life stories is so moving. I love people, animals, and objects even more now. Kimball pulls out the details that strike your heart.”
Orange Juice by Timothy Willis Sanders (70 pages), a collection of short stories.
Goodreads reviewer: “Yes! Sanders has honed in on a simple style, with much to read between the lines. Story after story, you realize just how much he has perfected his voice.”
A Mountain City of Toad Splendor by Megan McShea (86 pages), a collection of poetry.
Goodreads reviewer: “I love this book. It is very original music. I can sing them. I did sing them.”
Proving Nothing to Anyone by Matt Cook (86 pages), a collection of poetry.
Goodreads reviewer: “lol aw whooooa”