GO (TO) LULU BEFORE JANUARY ENDS!
Maybe I should have blogged this last weekend when Lulu was running a 20% discount on all orders. But I'll blog this now to say that if you order a poetry book (or any book) from Lulu during month of January, you can get 10% off. Just insert the coupon code
Recent Lulu releases, that I recommend, include GOD DAMSEL by Reb Livingston. Old Lulu releases that I recommend include this BABY.
And here's latest update to my BOUGHT POETRY LIST:
TRAJE DE BODA by Aileen Ibardaloza (await details of SPECIAL RELEASE OFFER! Forthcoming from Meritage Press)
AUTOPSY TURVY, poems by Thomas Fink & Maya Diablo Mason (await details of SPECIAL RELEASE OFFER! Forthcoming from Meritage Press)
OPEN CLOSED OPEN by Yehuda Amichai
IOWA by Travis Nichols
TEXTURE NOTES by Sawako Nakayasu
NIGHTBIRDS by Garin Cycholl (through Galatea Resurrects' Publisher's Prize)
COOKING WITH ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES by Francis Raven Galatea Resurrects' Publisher's Prize)
DAYS POEM, VOL. 1 and VOL. 2 by Allen Bramhall (this is one of the most ambitious and successful poetry projects about -- y'all should check it out)
KALI'S BLADE, poems by Michelle Bautista
UNPROTECTED TEXTS: SELECTED POEMS 1978-2007 by Tom Beckett
STAGE PRESENCE: CONVERSATIONS WITH FILIPINO AMERICAN DANCE & THEATER ARTISTS (featuring, among others, Jessica Hagedorn), Ed. Theo Gonsalvez
POEMCRAZY: FREEING YOUR LIFE WITH WORDS, essays by Susan G. Wooldridge
May my recent economic stimulation save a job or two because that's what Poetry also does: saves you!