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Pre-Order Shelly Taylor’s Dirt City Lions

In Uncategorized on January 8, 2012 at 12:39 pm
Pages of Shelly Taylor’s chapbook Dirt City Lions are all spread out on the horse less work table and inciting anticipation. Read this excerpt and this excerpt at Verse Daily, and thenpre-order your copy for $7. Cover art & design by Michael Sikkema. Books will be mailed in February!
i'm so stoked ya'll.  this thing is a 2012 gift:  i just finished it last Sunday & this Sunday you can already order it.  believe me, this is not how the poetry world (slow as all hell) usually works.  please all of you i love & like a whole lot, order my book & support Horse Less Press.  they've been super-kind & supportive to me.

Other Voices Women’s Reading Series, Fri, Jan 13, 2012, 7 pm

by  on Dec. 21, 2011, under Press Releases
Friday, January 13, 2012, 7 p.m.
Antigone Books, 411 North 4th Avenue, 792-3715
Featured readers: Kim Nelson and Shelly Taylor
Calling All Writers:An Open Reading will Follow. Come read a short piece of your work:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry. Please arrive 15 minutes early if you’d like to sign up to read.
Refreshments will be served.
Kim Nelson is an award-winning author whose published works include the non-fiction A Desert Gardener’s Companion (Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2001), the recipient of Foreword Magazine’s Book of The Year Award, and Southwest Kitchen Garden (Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2002). Under the pseudonym Kate McLaughlin, she wrote Mommy I’m Still in Here, One Family’s Journey with Bipolar Disorder, which was published by Behler Publications in 2008. Finishing Line Press released a chapbook of Nelson’s poetry,Woman’s Evolution, in May 2011. See her other work at:
Shelly Taylor is the author of two chapbooks: Peaches the Yes-Girl (Portable Press at YoYo Labs) and Land Wide to Get a Hold Lost In (Dancing Girl Press). Black-Eyed Heifer, her first full-length manuscript, was published May 2010 from Tarpaulin Sky Press. Current & forthcoming work in Columbia Poetry ReviewCatch Up, andBlack Warrior Review.

today marks one year of the tucson safeway shooting.  so many lives were affected.  today we remember.