Tag: publishing

Month in Review: February 2016

photo of snow and trees through French door

Despite it’s brevity, February was a hectic month for Folded Word — both at our New Hampshire base as well as across the country and the Atlantic, with the Folded bloggers and authors who’ve recently been featured on our blog and in new chapbooks.

News from Shape of a Box

I have been slowly getting out the news that Shape of a Box will be issuing 9 more videos before it closes in October. 9 more videos means that I managed to (with some help from some other videographers!) produce 52 weekly issues of…

Launching Heron – Jessie’s Version

I launched several copies of Heron out into the world.  Here is my video but feel free to stop by Folded Word’s main site to download the MP3, the story or to find out how to participate in releasing your own copies into the…

New Video in the 1000 Views Club!

Leslie What’s short story Old Baby is now our third video to make it over 1000 views! Leslie’s video joins the club with Helen Losse’s poem Recorded in Time and Kristy Athens’ non-fiction piece Bacon & Whiskey. Cynthia Spencer’s poem I’m the Girl is hot on…

Closed to Submissions

Shape of a Box is now closed to submissions for the time being.  We have enough material to keep us busy until the end of the year. We are, however, still considering people who might want to be interviewed or who would be interested…

Our Small Press Video is on the Official Website!

The video we made to celebrate Small Press Month is up on the Small Press Month website!  If you haven’t already watched it, stop by their site to see all the events and ideas for celebrating Small Press’ in the month of March and…

March is Small Press Month

My contribution to Small Press Month is a video highlighting some of the many small press vendors as well as events that are taking place during the month of March. Feel free to share this link and/or embed the video.  If you share the…

Pulling Back

I have so much work to keep up with regarding my literary magazine, that I have decided to withdraw from moving into chapbook as well. I am refunded anyone who submitted their chapbooks and I hope that some of those people will consider sending…

First Chapbook Accepted!

We have accepted the first chapbook that will be published in the Crane Chapbook Collection.  We will have more details on this upcoming book of poetry once we are closer to a release day. I’m still reading submissions for Shape of a Box and…

Lucky Issue 13

For issue 13 of  “Shape of a Box” we bring you an interview with Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writer Gail Z Martin. Gail discovered her passion for science fiction, fantasy and ghost stories in elementary school.  The first story she wrote—at age five—was about a vampire. Her…