HINTS is currently #2 in Kindle Poetry by Women and #31 in Poetry by Women overall. This is up from yesterday’s rank of #7 on Kindle and #45 overall. Thanks to everyone who bought copies yesterday and pushed HINTS closer to the top! Your 52¢ paid off:-) To those who haven’t bought a copy yet, let’s see if we can make HINTS #1…
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.
Last week, Rose and I had the privilege of representing Folded Word at CUNY’s 6th Annual Chapbook Festival. The format of the festival changed from last year, so there were events all over Manhattan for three days, with the book fair portion compressed into one day during the work week. Judging from the increase in foot traffic, I’d say the change paid off.
Raise your glass and join us in toasting our largest batch of new titles to date. Print books, eBooks, chapbooks, poetry online, author Q&A’s…whatever your reading taste, we’ll have you covered by All Hallows Eve.
At Folded Word we’ve been so busy lately we forgot to share the great new works we have out, as well as others quickly approaching the shelves.
It’s been a crazy April around here. Not only were we hatching a Heron and proofing FREIGHT, we typeset two chapbooks and edited our first travel narrative. And yet our queue of titles waiting to be produced is STILL staggeringly long. So in an effort to streamline updates from our globally-diverse crew, we’ve created two new blogs instead of building vast quantities of webpages.
Post-Op Fireflies, originally uploaded by Folded Word. After stitching the signature, we press the books flat with books at hand. This time it was the quirky pairing of The Norton Anthology of English Literature and Complete British Wildlife pressing Eric Beeny’s Snowing Fireflies.