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.
At long last, the wait is over. FREIGHT is HERE! And to celebrate, we’ll be posting our favorite quotes from the book throughout the day on Twitter.
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.
You’ve cast your votes and now it’s time to announce the winners of our FREIGHT Collective Contest.
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 past week, J. S. Graustein, our managing editor here at Folded Word, has been on an adventure. Not the kind of adventure you take when you want to fight dragons or save princesses, but a learning adventure. In Boston, Graustein is attending a “How to be a Publisher” class
It’s that time again. Let your voice be heard! Which of the following works would you like to see put to video?
If you’ve been ReTweeting us on Twitter, commenting about our posts on Facebook, or mentioning us on your blogs, then you have entry tickets in the jar. Did you win? Watch and find out. It’s almost as exciting as watching the lottery…
Our extended pre-order pricing offers end in 18 hours from the time stamp on this post. So to get $1 off the list price, free shipping, and have the option of adding the author’s signature on our chapbooks, pop over to our shop page. Quickly.
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.
So much is happening these days at Folded Word that I can only think in bullets.
You have 30 days left before we draw names. So if you want to win a print-edition chapbook (either Jessie Carty’s The Wait of Atom or Mel Bosworth’s When the Cats Razzed the Chickens & Other Stories), give us some love around cyberspace. We’re watching…and taking names:-)