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Vexing Laughter - Jeffrey Winke Published

The poems in Vexing Laughter are both interesting and bizarre as Winke continues pushing the edge of what haiku in English might be. If Kerouac's Book of Dreams had been written in haiku, it might read something like this.

With a foreword by Gary Lachman.

$7.00 @ Createspace
$7.00 @ Amazon.com
£5.00 @ Amazon.co.uk


Parallels by Johannes S. H. Bjerg published as free ebook

In keeping with the policy of Yet To Be Named Free Press, the excellent Parallels by Johannes S. H. Bjerg has now been published as a free ebook.


Dream Language {for 3 voices} now available in paperback

Dream Language {for 3 voices} is now available in paperback. This 52 page full colour book can be purchased for $7.49 from Createspace. It will be also available through Amazon.com at the same price, and through Amazon.co.uk for £5.10 in a few days.

Publication Date: Feb 05 2013
ISBN/EAN13: 1482315343 / 9781482315349
Page Count: 52
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Language: English
Color: Full Color
Related Categories: Poetry / General


c.2.2. now available on Amazon

Editors: Brendan Slater & Alan Summers

c.2.2. has now become available from Amazon.com for $4.75 and will be available shortly on Amazon.co.uk for £3.85 (in the next few days)these prices are the very lowest allowed by Createspace. Any profits, however small, will be donated to the charity of my choice: MIND. I hope you enjoy it!

Thank you all who contributed to this anthology and made it an utter joy to work on. Mainly because you have demonstrated that the name is pretty much superfluous, the poem is everything.


c.2.2. Anthology of short verse published

c.2.2. is an anthology of short-verse poetry tackling themes such as loss of identity, poverty, racism, homelessness, unsentimental love, crime, punishment, in short, real life. Each poet is identified by a pen-name; there are no frills and lace in these pages, just honest, gritty experimental verse that we hope will make the reader sit up and take notice, get inspired and rethink the role of short verse not only in the poetry world but also in society, which is, after all, both subject and audience.

There are many wonderful explorations into human nature within these pages, some difficult, but well worth the effort. Life is a cycle and only the fittest survive. But literature crosses boundaries, whether old, young, rich, poor, strong or weak, we're all on an equal footing. We hope that c.2.2. will highlight this essential equality, humbling the rich and empowering the poor. Failing that, we hope it's a damn good read.

Continuing our new policy of pricing our paperbacks at the very minimum allowed by Createspace, c.2.2. will cost $4.75 from the Createspace Store and Amazon.com, £3.85 from Amazon.co.uk and €4.20 from Amazon.eu (although prices may vary slightly from country to country).

Available for $4.75 from Createspace

c.2.2. will be available from Amazon in a few days time.

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