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SPD's Featured Press for June: Tupelo Press

 
SPD is proud to announce that Tupelo Press
is our featured "Press of the Month" for June! 

Tupelo Press, Inc., which released its first five books in fall 2001, is an independent, literary press devoted to discovering and publishing works of poetry and literary fiction by emerging and established writers. Tupelo Press is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit company.

Tupelo looks for a blend of urgency of language, imagination, distinctiveness, and craft. What they produce and how they produce it—from design to printing to paper quality—honors the writing in books which boast the uniquely sensual look and feel of a Tupelo Press book.

Open reading period for book-length poetry collections (48-90 pages) and chapbook-length poetry collections (30-47 pages) is July 1—31, 2012.

Visit the Tupelo website here.
 
Take 20% off these Tupelo Press books in June

Just select any of the books below
  and enter the following code in the discount box

TUP

You will see the price of the selected title(s) drop by 20%. Offer expires July 1, 2012!
 
 
Recent & Selected Tupelo Titles!
 
The Posthumous Affair | James Friel | Tupelo Press

 

 
James Friel's fifth novel... 

 

A God in the House: Poets Talk About Faith | Ilya Kaminsky and Katherine Towler, Editors | Tupelo Press

 

 
19 poets reflect on spirituality & the craft of writing...

 

Intimate: An American Family Photo Album Paisley Rekdal | Tupelo Press

 

 
a hybrid memoir & photo album that blends essay, documentary, and poetry... 

 

After Urgency | Rusty Morrison | Tupelo Press

 

 
Winner of the Dorset Prize, selected by Jane Hirshfield.

 

 Phyla of Joy | Karen An-Hwei Lee | Tupelo Press

 

 
"...a beautiful and sustained meditation..."—Rigoberto González

 

Ardor | Karen An-Hwei Lee | Tupelo Press

 

 
A book-length poem comprised of lucid dreams, letters, and prayers...

 

Babel's Moon | Brandon Som | Tupelo Press

 

 
"What a sparkling debut!"—Aimee Nezhukumatathil

 

Have | Marc Gaba | Tupelo Press

 

 
"...meditates on the nature of aesthetic beauty with an almost clinical passion..."—G. C. Waldrep

 

SELECTED BACKLIST
 
Nothing Can Make Me Do This | David Huddle | Tupelo Press Cream of Kohlrabi | Floyd Skloot | Tupelo Press Traffic with Macbeth | Larissa Szporluk | Tupelo Press Embryos and Idiots | Larissa Szporluk | Tupelo Press Atlas Hour | Carol Ann Davis | Tupelo Press

 

Psalm | Carol Ann Davis | Tupelo Press Sanderlings | Geri Doran | Tupelo Press Circle's Apprentice | Dan Beachy-Quick | Tupelo Press This Nest, Swift Passerine | Dan Beachy-Quick | Tupelo Press Mulberry | Dan Beachy-Quick | Tupelo Press

 

Fasting for Ramadan: Notes from a Spiritual Practice | Kazim Ali | Tupelo P Severance Songs | Joshua Corey | Tupelo Press Manoleria | Daniel Khalastchi | Tupelo Press  Lucky Fish | Aimee Nezhukumatathil | Tupelo PressAt the Drive-In Volcano | Aimee Nezhukumatathil | Tupelo Press

 

Miracle Fruit | Aimee Nezhukumatathil | Tupelo Press Dogged Hearts | Ellen Dore Watson | Tupelo Press This Sharpening | Ellen Dore Watson | Tupelo Press Poor-Mouth Jubilee | Michael Chitwood | Tupelo PressSPILL | Michael Chitwood | Tupelo Press

 

     

 

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