Canadian Publisher of Poetry and Fiction
Jason Emde - little bit die
Jason Emde's poems in little bit die are intimate and haunted recollections of travel and freedom, of friendship and loss, of leaving and getting home. Careening from small-town Canada to Zimbabwe to Mexico to Poland to Tiananmen Square to Gifu, Japan, Emde traces how the heart moves through its spheres of grief and the ways it endures "in the middle of the noise."
Available at many indie bookstores, Chapters/Indigo, Barnes & Noble, and e-books available from Google Books, Apple iBooks, Nook Book, Kobo, and more.
Michael Whone - Lo-Fi
"A depraved and offbeat leap out of the fifth wall straight into the loony bin."
Available at many indie bookstores, Amazon, Chapters/Indigo, Barnes & Noble, and e-books available from Kindle, Google Books, Apple iBooks, Nook Book, Kobo, and more.
Ciara Selene - Poor, Pretty Creature
Observation one: there is no obvious change in Subject's appearance. As it is, Subject is female, aged seventeen to twenty-two, of ambiguous ethnicity (it is presumed that she is mixed-race, judging from her appearance), approximately five feet tall and a hundred pounds. She was discovered in an unconscious state, and thus far, she remains so. Contamination has been confirmed, but to what degree is unknown. More information to follow.
Michael Whone - There Is a Light That Never Goes Out
(Second Edition - 2018)
"Although loneliness is a quality that we all must endure (sometimes even while we are with someone), in every instance of it that I can think of, there is always an intervening event that rips you up in the end, apprehensively targets the tedium at first and crescendoes into an aggressive stranglehold of the heart. And I'll willfully let that happen again, but it's unpredictable when it will occur."
Michael Whone - Winter Lyric
(Third Edition - 2018)
"an infectious little gem" —Whispering Stories