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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. ...
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...
Autumn and Winter 2016 Releases

Autumn and Winter 2016 Releases

  Our Autumn and Winter 2016 Offerings In the latest offering from our Little Bound Books series, Eric D Lehman takes us along the streets of Paris in the literary romance Shadows of Paris. When William Byrnes takes a teaching job at a private school in the...
Solstice | A Poem by James Scott Smith

Solstice | A Poem by James Scott Smith

Our latest poetic offering, Water, Rocks, and Trees, is now available in paperback worldwide. This is the debut collection of James Scott Smith. The book was given an Honorary Mention in the 2015 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize. The praise has been pouring in for...
Water, Rocks and Trees by James Scott Smith

Water, Rocks and Trees by James Scott Smith

We are pleased to announce the release of Water, Rocks, and Trees is now available in paperback worldwide. This is the debut collection of poet James Scott Smith. The book was given an Honorary Mention in the 2015 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize. Look for the book...
The Castoff Children by L.M. Browning | Trailer Preview

The Castoff Children by L.M. Browning | Trailer Preview

  In her latest novel, award-winning author L.M. Browning takes us to 19th-century Boston in her dickensesque tale, The Castoff Children. The year is 1850. The Revolutionary War has long since come to an end and the industrial revolution is beginning to build...