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THE LITTLE THINGS BY AUSTIN DAVIS PUBLISHED AT THE POETRY SHED
Congratulations to Austin Davis on the publication of his poem The Little Things at The Poetry Shed. This poem will be included in his upcoming release from Moran Press, Cloudy Days, Still Nights. Click the image to visit the website to read the poem.
If you'd like to reserve a paperback copy of Austin's book, simply leave your name in the comments section and I'll order a copy. No money needed upfront - I'm looking to get a ballpark number of copies for the first shipment. Thank you.
FLASH IN THE FLIGHT OF FANCY GABRIEL RICARD READS FROM LOVE AND QUARTERS
Gabriel Ricard does a video reading of one of the poems from his upcoming release, Love and Quarters, due out spring 2018 from Moran Press. In a few days, there will be a cover reveal for you all to enjoy.
I'd like to officially welcome Austin Davis to the author team at Moran Press. I've posted samples of his poetry to the website and am proud to announce his first collection will be published this spring. Soon I'll have a cover reveal and more poems to share. First - here's a few words from the poet himself. Introducing - Austin Davis.
I’ve spent a good portion of my young life involved with poetry. Whether it’s been scribbling on my arm as I finish up my shift at work or filling up notebooks in my own little world, poetry is my passion and I think it is central to who I am.
In the coming months, Moran Press is going to be releasing my book. This collection was inspired by my time growing up and realizing that the world isn’t as simple as it once seemed. I believe that it has become so increasingly easy to get caught up in the fast-moving world we live in, that sometimes we miss out on so much of what it means to be alive. The poems in this collection show how vital slowing down and enjoying what really matters in life is. Many of the poems in this collection were inspired by me falling in love.
I think that poetry is incredibly important today, even if it’s not generally popular in our culture. My goal is to try and help people with my writing, and that's what I hope I can do with the publication of this book. For me, poetry provides an escape. You may never really be the same again after reading a poem that really speaks to you, and I think that’s what makes poetry so necessary. Stay tuned for more new poems and the release of my book, coming soon from Moran Press!
To celebrate Superbowl weekend, Moran Press is offering readers a FREE ebook. The Terrorist of Providence Street is a collection of short stories that forms a twisted narrative. Here's the description from Amazon.
In this collection of stories, Stephen Moran (Author of Ella) pushes the boundaries between reality and fiction. Not an ordinary collection, these stories paint a picture, a novella told in chapters. Mystery with a mix of horror, this character profile of Scott Holden is like nothing else you've read. Inside one writer's mind exists a hall of mirrors. Is he the creator-or a character? Is his work fiction-or a manifesto? And who set off the bomb in the middle of the city?
So, if you're looking for something to occupy your time this weekend other than the big game, download this free collection of fiction. Just a note - this will offend some readers. Consider yourself warned. Click the book cover image to visit Amazon or click the button below.
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