Category Archive: New Releases

Jul 29

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 2: THE MIDWEST POETS

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 2 THE MIDWEST POETS PRE-ORDER NOW $12 for shipping August 13th regular price $15 CONTINENTAL USA ONLY BUY NOW Paperback: 168 pages Publisher: Citizens for Decent Literature Press (August 2015) Language: English ISBN-10: 0692495886 ISBN-13: 978-0692495889 CONTRIBUTORS: Mark James Andrews, James Babbs, Walter Beck, David Blaine, Sirenna Blas, April Michelle Bratten, …

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Nov 04

Screamin’ Skull Press: New releases from TONY NESCA AND NICOLE I NESCA

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Screamin’ Skull Press (http://screamingskullpress.blogspot.ca/) presents a duel book release from TONY NESCA AND NICOLE I NESCA HOBO Hobo is the sixth novel of underground writer Tony Nesca, a rambunctious, rebellious drunk-happy love story about a struggling writer who moonlights as a Night Watchman at a college located right in the middle of the ghetto. His …

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Aug 01

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 1 WOMEN OF THE SMALL PRESS

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 1 WOMEN OF THE SMALL PRESS ORDER NOW $15 Paperback: 120 pages Publisher: Citizens for Decent Literature Press (July 31, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 069226695X ISBN-13: 978-0692266953 CONTINENTAL USA ONLY INTERNATIONAL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED THROUGH AMAZON. SORRY. POSTAGE SUCKS CONTRIBUTORS: Stephanie Bryant Anderson, Arlene Ang, C.V. Auchterlonie, Francesca Bell, Iris …

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Mar 21

Unknown/Untalented Author Single-Handedly Exhausts World’s Irony Reserves with Overtly-Smug Debut Effort

BRYCE ALLEN’S THE SPARTAK TRIGGER DERIDED IN POORLY-WRITTEN PRESS RELEASE Unknown/Untalented Author Single-Handedly Exhausts World’s Irony Reserves with Overtly-Smug Debut Effort Poyais City, POYAIS — The fictional Big Gun Literary Agency is pleashamed to announce the release of THE SPARTAK TRIGGER, the debut novel from Canadian author Bryce Allen. Described by several imaginary reviewers as …

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Jan 26

the debut issue of Blotterature Literary Magazine is now LIVE

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http://blotterature.com/ contributors: Amy Lindsey, ira joel haber, Carol Moore, Tim Murray, Carla Winterbottom, K.A. McGowan, Roberta Turner, Peter Fraser, Isaac Blum, William Taylor Jr., J.B. Mulligan, Miguel Gardel, Thaddeus Rutkowski, E.B. Ellis, Nicole Montalvo, Kayla Greenwell, Lee Olsen, Janine Rivett, Suzanne Cope, Aaron Fine, Toke Hoppenbrowers, Maximillian Jackson, Rev. Dr. David Breeden, Joe Gianotti, Kachan …

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Jan 26

Gutter Eloquence Issue #29

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http://www.guttereloquence.com/ contributors: P.A. Levy, Robin Engst, David Adkins, Christopher K. Hanson, Mark J. Andrews, Dave Gregg, Holly Day, Scurvy Bastard, Michael Frias-May, Steve Klepetar, Brenton Booth, Herb Guggenheim, Athena Nilssen, BZ Niditch, Jack Henry, Michele McDannold, Luis C. Berriozabal, Jon Wesick, Marjorie Sadin, Fotis Tzanakis, John Grochalski, Ford Dagenham

Nov 20

New Issue of Citizens for Decent Literature

CfDL #8 Contributors: Catfish McDaris, Dan Provost, Craig Cady, James Griffin, John Greiner, Alan Catlin, Luis Rivas, William Doreski, Nathan Schaaf, Gregory Liffick, and Kyle Hemmings with artwork by Kyle Hemmings and Dave MacDowell. online edition is here:http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/ digital copy of print edition is here: Thanks for reading!

Aug 28

New Release: Tollbooth by BUD SMITH

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“A gloriously deranged, endless orginal adventure through every day bat country.” – Gabriel Ricard, Drunk Monkeys TOLLBOOTH, a new novel from Bud Smith, author of Or Something Like That Jimmy Saare collects tolls on the New Jersey Parkway. He’s had a mental snap, as a result, is becoming uncontrollably fixated with the 19 year old …

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Aug 10

LU newsletter

new releases, calls for submissions, events and other litstuff … read the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/DviXz **correction** (oops) the correct url for CfDL submissions is https://theliteraryunderground.submittable.com/submit

Jul 31

Book Release from Strange Attractor Press

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“Engaging… packed with interest” – The Times Literary Supplement “The cultural scope of the book is dizzying” – The Quietus “Amiable… thoughtful… very intriguing” – Art Monthly “Fascinates” – Mojo Magazine What are the connections between Leonardo da Vinci and Dick Whittington, between the BBC Monitoring Service and punk band The Clash, between wartime military …

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