When I first joined Folded Word in the spring of 2009 as Managing Editor, I never dreamed that a mere two years later I would have overseen the production of multiple books and chapbooks, earned a Literary Publishing Certificate, and participated in a live radio interview. But I have. Which is amazing. But it also means that some back-office changes are due.
This past week, Kurt and J.S. Graustein met with Mel Bosworth to discuss production of Mel’s upcoming novel, Freight. After the meeting, a thought burst into the Fold. We at Folded Word began to wonder if you, our readers and contributors, have any freight of your own.
“The EardrumsPop-label has never been ‘just music’. When it all started, the idea was to combine an interest for arts and illustration with an interest in music.”
At last, our first chapbook has officially launched. Our launch party on the ning was a howling good time last night, I mailed the first batch of hand-crafted print chapbooks this morning, and the e-books are ready for purchase.
MSNBC News posted a video story about Twitter fiction this morning. Both David Erlewine (one of our contributors) and myself make an appearance in the 2 minute 24 second clip.