All my books are on sale at redsweaterpress.com/store through Monday night, 11:59 p.m. AKST, November 30!
If you haven't already seen/read/purchased my books, now is the time! Starting today, you can get a discount on any or all of my seven titles.
Sadly, I never had the opportunity to meet Misko (a prolific Anchorage author and co-founder of the Alaska Writers Guild, for which I am currently an officer), but I feel like I have been provided with unique insight into his life as an Alaskan author and bibliophile through his diverse collection.
Starting August 1st, I'll be starting my 30-day journey with Tupelo Press as part of the ongoing fundraiser to keep them in the business of publishing great poetry.
A lot has changed in four months, and yet, I still stand by most of my answers in this interview (the only thing I would change is that, obviously, I did publish some more books of poetry this year, and I am planning to self-publish The Blame Game).
Thanks again to Dave for sharing my thoughts with the world 🙂
This past year, I’ve made the decision to self-publish The Dark Queen of Darkness. I met with a local graphic artist/cover designer to start that process going and he offered up a tremendous amount of really good advice. This is my first time to this rodeo, so there’s a hell of a lot I don’t know, which isn’t really a surprise to me, but it leaves me with huge, icy snowdrifts of work. One of the things he pointed out was that I needed to start thinking about a publishing platform. It seems to me that everyone uses Amazon Create Space, which is what I was sort of expecting to do. However, he presented a really good argument about using a different platform so I’ve got additional avenues for advertising and marketing.
With all this in mind, I’m going to try to do a series of ‘interview-style’ blog posts…
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Warning: This post may be insufficient for some readers. I've been back from Rwanda for a week now and "real life" is starting to feel normal again. However, I'm still, tragically, at a loss for words when it comes to letting my friends and readers know "how it went." I guess we who go on… Continue reading A Brief but Necessary Update