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Available Now! SYLLABLES OF WIND / SILABAS DE VIENTO by XANATH CARAZA

10610769_10152601446098419_9200550754810911362_nMammoth announces the publication of Syllables of Wind / Silabas de viento, by Xanath Caraza. For ground or special  orders, email mammothpubs [at] gmail.com The retail is $18.00, but enjoy on-line order discounts plus free domestic shipping. for any number of copies.This is cheaper than Big Box Bookstores. 

ISBN 9781989801789 170 pages, bilingual with 3 Nahuatl translations. Sandra Kingery did the English translation.  We value your support of Mammoth’s authors and this independent press. Like MAMMOTH PUBLICATIONS on Facebook! See an interview on La Bloga: 

Greg Field on We Wanted To Be Writers Website

See excerpts from Greg Field’s book Black Heart: Poems on the We Wanted To Be Writers Greg Fieldwebsite. Three poems are “What I Wanted to Tell You,” “Percentages” and “Passing”: Greg Field, 3 poems Thanks to Cheryl Olsen and the good folks at this multi-layered website! Mammoth is proud of the responses to this latest book, $15 and order through email mammothpubs@gmail.com (free shipping if you mention this Mammoth posting) or through large online bookstores.

 

Congratulations to Caleb Puckett on the great review of his Mammoth book Fate Lines / Desire Lines by Eileen Tabios for Galatea Resurrects. Her review begins: Caleb Puckett“Swerve! Cheerful swerve! Wow: I was not expecting so much pleasure in Caleb Puckett’s FATE LINES / DESIRE LINES which I picked up desultorily one afternoon (I’d already pushed away another award-winning poetry book for trying to force me into a premature siesta). Well, Puckett’s poems blew away the lethargy from the house and woke me up! And the poems did so with much fresh lines. The innovative diction makes it difficult for the eye to pass by. Instead, the reading slows so that one can see one of the collection’s strengths: imagery.” Read the entire Tabios review at http://galatearesurrection22.blogspot.com/2014/06/fate-lines-desire-lines-by-caleb-puckett.html  Order from mammothpubs@gmail.com or see the Caleb Puckett web page, under Authors M to Z.

MAMMOTH READING TUES., APRIL 29, KS. U. UNION, 5:30 pm, Features XánathCaraza, Julie Unruh, Oliver Hall

Denise Low and Tom Weso, co-publishers, will also read. J4.29.14MammothNetoin Mammoth Authors and Publishers for a celebration of 10 years in business with a reading featuring XánathCaraza and Global Green partners Julie Unruh and Oliver Hall. Stephen Meats and local Mammoth authors will be introduced and read briefly. Denise Low and Tom Weso, co-publishers of Mammoth and KU graduates, will also read from Mammoth books. Refreshments will complete this end-of-the-work-day event.

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Mammoth is publishing books by Caleb Puckett, Stephen Meats (Looking for the Pale Eagle) Greg Field, Robert Day, and Xanath Caraza in 2014. Caleb Puckett’s FATE LINES /DESIRE LINES publication date is March 15, 2014PuckettCvrNet

978-1-939301-86-4 92 pages 5 ½ by 8 ½ perfect bound

Fate Lines/ Desire Lines, by Caleb Puckett, is a superb collection from a poet with an original voice and a daring approach to language. He speaks to all kinds of lines that define our lives, especially storylines about what our lives are and are not. Puckett inhabits the landscape of possibilities, designing his own poetic forms, re-inventing traditional forms, and giving new life to prose poems and free verse. Puckett prompts us to think through those lines we carry and carve across the earth. Fate Lines/ Desire Lines balances between choice and compulsion, nature and persuasion.

Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Caleb Puckett lives with his wife, sons, and dogs in Ottawa, Kansas, where he works as an academic librarian. He has two book-length collections from Otoliths, Tales from the Hinterland and Market Street Exit.  In addition to writing, Puckett serves as editor-in-chief for a library science journal, associate poetry editor for Nimrod International Journal, and editor for the online literary journal Futures Trading (futurestradinglit.weebly.com).

Reviewers with established credentials should contact Mammoth for review copies.