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Beatrice in Sweden
Recently Stephen Dixon's novella, Beatrice, which Publishing Genius released a couple years ago, was translated in Sweden by Norpus förlag, a...
There's a thoughtful review of Beatrice by Stephen Dixon up at Tupelo Quarterly. I appreciate that the review is a positive one even while the...
Cover Art for Lilith, but Dark!
A dreamscape that features this mythical Lilith dominating her lover, giving him immortality but not in the flattering way he hoped.
Cover Art for Yr Skull a Cathedral!
The book cover isn’t the point-of-sale marketing tool it used to be. Plus, we can do whatever we want because there are no rules.
First blurb for “Yr Skull a Cathedral”
This just in from Madeline ffitch, author of Valparaiso, Round the Horn: a blurb for Param Anand Singh's poetry collection that will be out this...
Some Questions for Dan Brady
What happens when a dramatic event upends a young couple’s dreams for their family? Read “Strange Children” by Dan Brady.
Matthew Rohrer on Dan Brady’s book, “Strange Children”
“It’s dark but there is light at the heart of it,” says Matthew Rohrer about Dan Brady’s book.
Publishing Genius 2018 Catalog
As Publishing Genius Press completes its tenth year (!) of creating extraordinary books, I am pleased to announce the catalog for 2018.
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel on Irksome Particulars
It's thrilling to see a rave review of Irksome Particulars in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Critic Jim Higgins offers a nice guide through the...
Index to The One-Hour MFA
Here is the index to Michael Kimball’s The One-Hour MFA, a collection of essays about how to write fiction. He makes tons of references to great...