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Coming March 17th: “CORE”, Selected Poems by Red Haircrow

 

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Poetry » American poetry » Native American

Published by Flying With Red Haircrow

Published: Available March 17, 2014

Words: 5,340

Language: American English

ISBN: 9781311903570

Price: $4.99

“CORE is a poetry collection with themes of suicide, loss and grief, but also of courage, joy and deeply passionate love. It is a journey of healing and survival that has taken the author around the world and through his own heart and spirit. It is the revealing of darkness and light, of beauty and hideousness, and a reliance on the strength of one’s ancestors and their beliefs to inspire hope and perseverance.”

Readers appreciative of contemporary poetry written by a Native American poet who has traveled the world and the broad spectrum of life may be interested in the forty plus poems written in a variety of styles and meters. Delivered from a unique perspective, sometimes dark and powerful, and at others whimsically gentle, work by Red Haircrow has often been described as “unforgettable and haunting.”

Core will be available at Smashwords & its distributors, and other online sources.

Editorial Reviews:

“There is no doubt Red Haircrow has a gift for descriptive prose; the vivid imagery the author presents through the selection of language sketches a picture for the reader that is rich in feeling and atmosphere.”Top2Bottom Reviews

“Inspirational, often poignant, occasionally brutal…”— Bob Cherny, The LL Book Reviews

“I read this collection with a sense of wonder, humility and inspiration and the writing deeply touched me on a multitude of levels.”Indie Reviews

“To make something so beautiful out of pain and struggle is the highest meaning of what I believe art is: transforming hurt and becoming healers.”Ana Christina Caelen, Sound therapist, Musician and Composer

“It makes me think, makes me feel, enables me to travel to different places without leaving the comfort of my easy chair.”– Nancy Ferrer, Outlaw Reviews

Author Profile:

Red Haircrow is an award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction, poet, private chef and former law enforcement officer of Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee descent who lives in Berlin, Germany. Red is also a psychological counselor, publicist and owner of the multi-media entity Flying With Red Haircrow.

Red Haircrow has various poems, shorter works and articles published in magazines like Sword & Saga Press’ American Athenaeum, Sibling Rivalry Press’ Assaracus, Danse Macabre, and Indian Country Today Media Network.

Awards include: Rainbow Award 2012 Best LGBT Biography/Memoir for “Silence Is Multi-Colored In My World”. Winner Global Ebook 2013 Awards Best LGBT Fiction for “The Agony of Joy”, Finalist Rainbow Awards 2013 Best LBT Fiction, “The Agony of Joy.”

Now *PRE-ORDER* Assaracus Issue 09: A Journal of Gay Poetry

 

Assaracus (ISSN 2159-0478), a quarterly journal of gay poetry and one of Library Journal’s “Best New Magazines,” features a substantial collection of work by a small number of established and emerging gay poets. The magazine is book-length (120+ pages) and perfect-bound.

Issue 09 of Assaracus features poetry by Jeremy Brunger, Timothy Connor Dailey, Aaron DeLee, Red Haircrow, Andrew Ketcham, Thomas March, Rajiv Mohabir, Seth Pennington, Douglas Ray, Jason Roush, and James J. Siegel. This issue features cover art by Phillip Wade.

Publication Date: January 10, 2013. Pre-orders ship one week before release date.

 

About Sibling Rivalry Press…

Founded in 2010, Sibling Rivalry Press is an independent publishing house based just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas, in the small town of Alexander. Our mission is to promote new, emerging, and established literary talent, particularly those writers who don’t fit into the mainstream. We believe in literary rock stars.

Sibling Rivalry Press is proud to be the home of Assaracus, the world’s only print journal of gay male poetry and one of Library Journal‘s “Best New Magazines.” Several Sibling Rivalry Press titles have been honored by the American Library Association through its “Over the Rainbow” list of recommended LGBT reading, including Ocean Vuong’s Burnings, Kevin Simmonds’ Collective Brightness: LGBTIQ Poets and Faith, Religion & Spirituality, and Bryan Borland’s My Life as Adam. While we champion our LGBTIQ authors and artists, we are an inclusive publishing house and welcome all authors, artists, and readers regardless of sexual orientation or identity.

For more on our authors, click here.

My Poetry in Assaracus Magazine, Issue 9 from Sibling Rivalry Press Coming Jan 10th, 2013

Publishing on January 10th 2013, a few days after I turn 41, my poetry will appear starting on page 41 of Assaracus Magazine, Issue 9. I consider that a good sign for the coming year.

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“BEST NEW MAGAZINE” – LIBRARY JOURNAL (May 2012):

“…Sibling Rivalry Press is publishing well-wrought, challenging literature that provides deep insight into the broad range of emotional experiences of being gay…”

Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry
ISSN: 2159-0478
Bryan Borland, Publisher/Editor
Seth Pennington, Associate Editor
Published in January, April, July, October
http://siblingrivalrypress.com/assaracus/

Assaracus is the only print journal in the world dedicated to poetry of gay men. Each issue of Assaracus features a substantial portfolio of work by ten-to-twelve emerging or established gay poets.

SUBSCRIBE TO ASSARACUS OR PURCHASE ISSUES (PRE-ORDER OPTION STARTS NEXT WEEK!)

SUBSCRIBE TO ASSARACUS: Readers worldwide can subscribe to receive a year of Assaracus. Unless you specify otherwise, your subscription begins with our current issue. Subscription price is $50.00 for US readers and $80.00 for international readers (including shipping), which buys you four book-length (120+ pages), perfect-bound issues of our grand stage for gay contemporary poetry. To subscribe to Assaracus, click HERE.

Purchase Individual or Back Issues: Assaracus is available from our online store, online retailers such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and several independent bookstores (like Giovanni’s Room in Philadelphia and Proud in Rehoboth Beach).

Libraries: Subscribe to Assaracus through our online store or your preferred subscription service (EBSCO, etc.). Purchase individual issues or back issues through our online store or Ingram’s wholesale channels.

Bookstores: Email us at info@siblingrivalrypress.com for wholesale rates or standing orders. All titles are returnable.

ISSUE 09 (January 2013 – COMING SOON)
Jeremy Brunger, Timothy Connor Dailey, Aaron DeLee, Red Haircrow, Andrew Ketcham, Thomas March, Rajiv Mohabir, Seth Pennington, Douglas Ray, Jason Roush, James J. Siegel.