Sunday, October 31, 2010
Happy Halloween! BLOOF BOOKS has a limited number of early copies in right now, and first-come orders will go out right away. After those run out, purchases will be preorders and will go out as soon as the shipment comes in (approx 2 weeks).
The official pub date is not till December, so the books will not be available anywhere else (Amazon, etc.) for another 6 weeks, give or take.
Why are you just sitting there?
You know you want one.
You can't wait!
Monday, October 25, 2010
The paperback is finally completed! An edition of 74 numbered copies.
The book is fully letterpressed & currently available in a case bound limited edition of 26 lettered and signed copies.
Emily Kendal Frey lives in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of Airport (Blue Hour Press, 2009), Frances (Poor Claudia, 2010) & The New Planet (Mindmade Books, 2010). Zachary Schomburg is the author of The Man Suit (Black Ocean, 2007), Scary, No Scary (Black Ocean, 2009), & a dvd of poem-films, Little Blind Thing (Poor Claudia, 2010). He co-edits Octopus Magazine & Octopus Books. He lives in Portland, Oregon. Other collaborative works by the authors include Team Sad (Cinematheque, 2010) & OK, Goodnight (Future Tense Books, 2010).
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Better Homes Through Poems features the latest poetry releases by independent presses using Lulu.
Over 100 titles from Bloof Books, Blue and Yellow Dog Press, Coconut Books, Dusie Press Books, Horse Less Press, Meritage Press, No Tell Books, Otoliths Books, Scrambler Books and more to come.
Use COUPON CODE: HARVEST (thru Oct. 31) to save 10%.
Monday, October 11, 2010
The days are getting shorter, the weather cooler, and it's very tempting to spend the day curled up under a blanket with your favorite dancing girl press titles. So that means it's about time for a sale. From now through Halloween, get any 5 dancing girl press books for a mere $20...
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Glass Is Really a Liquid by Bruce Covey
Now Available at Lulu
(use coupon code: HARVEST to save 10% during October)
Coming to retail outlets soon
No Tell Books
Material (as in’ concrete’: glassine — O liquid!) but abstract, say Miro in dialogue with Picasso. That is they’re pretty painterly, the poems, with images that flow past one changing into words . . . pixels . . . serifs. Domestic, lyric, amorous — well why not? “Cracked, however, like the liberty bell.” One can actually read them and be there, just reading, seeing (like you’re really there, really really there. You get to stay yourself.) Steinlike (as in glasses), stained. Stunning. His best book yet.