A note from the Editor in Chief When I look back at everything Folded Word published this year, I can’t believe how far this press has come in nine years. From Jessie Carty’s 2008 launch of the YouTube zine Shape of a Box to…
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We’d like to take a moment to thank our 1000 followers on Twitter by offering all our followers: 1) a free ebook from our backlist and 2) a chance to win a print copy of WOR(L)DS APART from our frontlist.
Calling all poets with spring fever! Folded Word is hosting a virtual garden show on the unFold blog and Twitter stream in May. This will be a juried show, judged in two stages:
Stage 1 = acceptance into the show
Stage 2 = selection of one Best of Show winner and three Honorable Mentions.
It’s official. Folded Word and Jessie Carty have their first award winning book. Over the weekend, Paper House won the Northern California Publishers & Authors’ 2011 Best Poetry Book Award!
But putting the sales pitch aside for a moment, do you have any birthday wishes for Jessie’s Atom? He’s turning 1 year old this week and would love to read some comments below.
No, it’s true. Paper House by Jessie Carty made the Poetry Foundation’s “Contemporary Best Sellers” list for 15 August 2010.
Going on a book tour is an important part of advertising your work. Since April, Jessie Carty, founding editor of Folded Word, has been on tour with her poetry collection Paper House, which was released March 30, 2010.
“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.”
In our second installment of “Folded Reviews” Jessie Carty presents a video review of Justin Macumber‘s fiction chapbook, The Ties that Bind, published by the author through CreateASpace/Positron Press. Production Notes: binding: Perfect bound cover: color image pages: 55 endpapers: yes price: print $9.99…
Today we launch a new feature on this blog, “Folded Reviews.” In this inaugural issue, Jessie Carty presents a video review of Cynthia Reeser’s chapbook, Light and Trials of Light published by Finishing Line Press.