A Year Unfolding is a haiku collection by Debbie Strange that celebrates the changing seasons in Canada, with each poem written in Carolingian hand by JS Graustein before digitizing.
Grab 3 chapbooks for $24 $20! All summer long we will be offering weekly themed chapbook bundles in fun origami packaging for a reduced price. This week’s feature: THE Bundle The Earth Boat by Joseph Hutchison, poet laureate of Colorado The Satire Lounge also by Joseph Hutchison The Road to… Continue Reading “SALE: THE Bundle”
by Maryka Gillis Folded Word has released and signed new chapbooks to the press this month – poetry, nonfiction, and fiction included. The Folded Word blog continues to post new column pieces and monthly word labs. Keep up with the press for open submission… Continue Reading “Month in Review: July 2015”
by Maryka Gillis Folded Word has been busy this month. During the course of the April, the press has focused extensively on chapbooks, with a call for new submissions, attendance at a chapbook festival, and the debut of three new chapbooks of poetry. In… Continue Reading “Month in Review: April 2015”
Need some last minute small gifts? Buy our words in bulk and save:-) From now through Tuesday, 16 December 2014 we are offering US residents 6 chapbooks for $26 (includes shipping via USPS Priority Mail, total retail value $48).
In honor of National Poetry Month, we launched two new titles today: 1) Catherine Sophia’s Elbow, a novel-in-verse by Darla K. Crist, 2) Hints, a chapbook of micro-poems by Rose Auslander.
This is a guest post by Caleb J Ross (also known as Caleb Ross, to people who hate Js) as part of his Stranger Will Tour for Strange blog tour. He will be guest-posting beginning with the release of his novel Stranger Will in March 2011 to the release of his second novel, I Didn’t Mean to Be Kevin and novella, As a Machine and Parts, in November 2011.
There’s a new hatchling in the Heron nest: three poems by Julie L Corbett under the collective title “Colours of Honey.” Grab it now in pdf or mp3.