Bannerwing Books has much to celebrate. Our editor-in-chief, Cameron D. Garriepy, celebrates a birthday today, and Bannerwing Books is thrilled to welcome Damselfly Inn into our catalog on this special day! Damselfly Inn is the first novel in Garriepy’s Thornton Vermont series, and you are going to adore the town — and the cast of characters coming and going through the Damselfly Inn — from the moment you begin reading. You may recognize Thornton Vermont from Garriepy’s From the Earth
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Introducing Unkept by Ericka Clay From the day we opened — and devoured — Unkept, we’ve been so excited to release it into the world. Ericka Clay introduces readers to Burling Gates with a funeral, and her characters won’t loose you from their grip until their stories unfold. Bannerwing Books adores new release days. Working behind the scenes to bring a novel to life means reading, re-reading, strategizing, chatting about covers and character motivation, and basically learning each page of the
Bannerwing Books is excited to announce we are now accepting submissions for the introductory edition of our new literary magazine: Quill & Spark. Submissions are open in the following categories: Flash Fiction Word Limit: 500 Fiction Word Limit: 10,000 Memoir Word Limit: 7,500 Poetry Limit: Three Poems Submissions close on March 31, 2015. You may submit work in three categories. (Ex. You may submit three poems, one flash fiction, and one memoir.) All submissions must be publication ready and follow our
Bannerwing Books is counting down to March 2! Unkept, by Ericka Clay, will be released on March 2! Bannerwing Books knows you’ll fall under the gritty spell of Vienna and Heather — we’ve been excited about this project for months, and now we’d like to welcome you to explore Unkept. Unkept welcomes readers to Burling Gates, Missouri As the live-in manager at her father’s funeral home in Burling Gates, Missouri, Vienna Oaks has succumbed to the mediocrity and abject loneliness of her
While large box stores see record sales on Black Friday, with the advent of Small Business Saturday, we are witnessing growing support for small scale artists and craftsmen – both online and in our local communities – often paying more for unique and lovingly produced finds. Small press publishing, however, remains on the outskirts of this movement. We at Bannerwing Books are increasingly confused by the idea that mass production equals quality in the publishing world whereas the opposite holds true with
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