Writing the Quotidian by Iris Graville

Writing the Quotidian by Iris Graville

Writing the Quotidian by Iris Graville, author of Hiking Naked   Quotidian.  I read that word in an essay I critiqued during my first semester in my MFA program. I had to look it up.  Ironically, it’s a fancy word for something that’s not, well, very fancy. ...
Results of the 2017 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize

Results of the 2017 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize

We are excited to announce the results of the 2017 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize. Now in our 5th year, the poetry prize is a celebrated highpoint within our publishing year. Each season the number of submissions grows and our task of judging is made harder. This...
Walking into Words by Katherine Hauswirth

Walking into Words by Katherine Hauswirth

Several years back, I took a course with writer Chris Woodside on the connection between walking and writing. The class was an intimate group, and it turned out nearly all of us were from Deep River. So, for 6 weeks we were canvassing the pavements, woods, and...
The Next Chapter | A Letter from Founder L.M. Browning

The Next Chapter | A Letter from Founder L.M. Browning

Entrepreneurial Bravery by L.M. Browning “If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time.” —Steve Jobs   At the age of 27, I was offered every writer’s dream: a book deal (and not just a one-book contract but five-book.) I...
Homebound Publications Strikes Landmark Distribution Deal

Homebound Publications Strikes Landmark Distribution Deal

Homebound Publications is pleased to announce that, as of May 1, 2017, Midpoint Trade Books shall be the distributor for our entire house and all its divisions including Owl House Books and Hiraeth Press. In this landmark agreement, Homebound Publications has achieved...
To Look Out From by Dede Cummings

To Look Out From by Dede Cummings

On April 11th, 2017, we will release To Look Out From by Dede Cummings, winner of the 2016 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize! According to acclaimed poet Clarence Major, “Dede Cummings’ poems in To Look Out From are breathtakingly vivid. Deeply felt, they often...