Hey, so it's no big secret that small press books can be very hit or miss. A lot of your success or failure comes down to your author brand and how you market yourself/your work. You could sell a hundred copies, you could sell a thousand copies, you could sell ten copies. I've been writing … Continue reading That Old Chestnut: My first published book which I don’t talk about any more
After loosening things up a little here on my blog, I want to spend more time talking about media which really fascinates/excites/inspires me. I restrain myself from openly discussing Survivor too much on social media to the extent that I don't really talk about it at all. Occasionally I'll check in with a Survivor fan … Continue reading Narrating Survivor: Season 38 Episode 6
Just gonna pop up here real quick to say that while my new book Pixel Boy In Poetry World isn't out until May (preorder at Clash Books) it's made its way to AWP in Portland where CLASH will have it on sale alongside a host of other fantastic new books, including a kickass Matthew Revert … Continue reading First sighting of Pixel Boy in Portland!
I don't often reread books, but this one is a bizarro classic. I'm super stoked that King Shot Press republished it after it went out of print with Swallowdown. I had to give it another read. This book is a surreal jouney told with a hip hop lyricism. You'll find out early on that the … Continue reading Book Review: The Deadheart Shelters by Forrest Armstrong
Okay, so those of you who stop by once in a while and read this blog, thank you. I want to clear a few things up going forward. Over the years I've really enjoyed sharing the books I've read and the community that I've held, but blogging, like certain facets of social media, has felt … Continue reading Clean Slate, New Mindset