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Wonderful! Kevin Killian Wins Wonder Book Prize September 4, 2013: As if readers of fiction and poetry didn't have enough reasons to deem Kevin Killian's writing wonderful: the editors of Wonder, Andrew Durbin and Ben Fama, announced today that Killian's manuscript, Tweaky Village, has been selected by MacGregor Card as winner of the first annual Wonder Book Prize. The editors of Wonder made the announcement [...] by

Last Chance to Submit Yourself to the Wonder Book Prize. . . May 15, 2013: We done told ya and told ya, but will wonders never: Today is the last day to submit to the first-annual Wonder book prize, judged by Macgregor Card: Please send in your submission tonight by Midnight (EST). We are accepting full-length manuscripts of any genre. The author of the selected manuscript will receive a $300 prize and [...] by

On the Amazon, Renegade Activity, and the Futile April 5, 2013: I recently saw an Al Jazeera documentary about Ana Rafaela D’Amico, a 27-year-old Brazilian woman who directs an NGO trying to save one of the smallest but most threatened national parks in the Amazon. In the documentary, D’Amico trudges deep into the rainforest to hammer in signs and hand out letters stating the fines for illegal [...] by

WONDER Has a Crush On You April 3, 2013: The rise of the small-press is upon us and resources are bountiful for the creative-driven enterprise that wants to focus on new methods of presenting poetry. I’m always on the look-out for presses that explore the use of image and poetry together in a provocative way, such as the strange and undefinable new press: WONDER. Self-proclaimed [...] by

The Gigantic Heart of BIRDS LLC April 2, 2013: When you get a small press that does such gorgeous and professional work, and at the same time doesn’t sacrifice a moment of heart in the process, you get a something like Birds LLC. They’re like the pinnacle of enthusiasm for contemporary young poet's full-length books. And of reinventing self-publishing. What has given me pause lately is [...] by