New Books at the Wapshott Press (and a 40% off pre-sale!)

Now only $8.40, will be $14.00 on April 10, 2009, eligible for Free Shipping at Amazon!

Now only $7.80, will be $13.00 on April 10, 2009, eligible for Free Shipping at Amazon!

More information than you can shake a stick at at The Wapshott Press.

But, for busy people, here’re links:

The life and times of Anna Cora Mowatt: “Fashioned Lady, Recovering the Lost Legacy of a Victorian American Superstar.” By Kelly S. Taylor, Ph.D.
Edgar Allan Poe, Henry David Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson were among her fanboys, but too few people know about their idol. The Wapshott Press is honored to present the life and times of the fabulous Anna Cora Mowatt to her well deserved, and long overdue, larger audience. More information and a pdf of Chapter 1.

The Tagger and Other Stories,” edited by Ginger Mayerson (but I only wrote the first and last stories):
40% off pre-sale to stimulate the economy and whatever else there is to stimulate [heh]. Act now! Sale ends April 10. “The Tagger” by Ginger Mayerson; “Across the Universe,” by Laura Dearlove; “Atlantis” by Kitty Johnson; “Impossible Love” by Kathryn L. Ramage; “The Unsent Letter” by Chad Denton; “Finding Courage” by Gail Marlowe; “Fast Forward” by Logan; “Extraordinary” by Emily-Jane MacKenzie; “I’m Not Your Boyfriend” by Lene Taylor; “When George MacFadden was Eaten by a Dragon by Colleen Wylie; “You Know You Should be a Better Person (But You’re Not)” by Karmen Ghia; “Mick” and “Mark” by Molly Kiely. Authors and Excerpts (also see sidebar); “Finding Courage” Serialization; and “The Unsent Letter” mp3.

And if you really hate Amazon, drop me a line at editor AT wapshottpress DOT com and we’ll work something out. Eventually these books will be in wider distribution, but at full price.

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3 Responses to New Books at the Wapshott Press (and a 40% off pre-sale!)

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  2. Rob V says:

    This is very exciting! I’ve always found many of the forgotten figures of the 19th century to be fascinating – especially women writers. This book is a great idea… but why such a garish cover?!

  3. Oh, Rob!

    Garish? Not even lurid, mind-blowing or seizure-inducing?

    We were going for Exciting! Enticing! Buy me before I leap off the shelf into your arms! For God’s sake, Anna Cora Mowatt is in here!

    Seriously, I made the author do the cover so I am absolved of all responsibility for it. I like this cover, I think it’s cool, eye-catching, and the very idea of Victorian American design. It’s the kind of pattern Anna Cora might have had a couch or footstool upholstered in. Or something. I’m pretty sure she wouldn’t wear it.

    However, if you’d really like a cover with a lower volume, I’ll do a special order for you, but it won’t be $8.40 or free shipping.

    Ribbing aside, thanks for leaving a comment, Rob. I’m glad to be able publish a well-written, well-researched book on someone who is largely forgotten and shouldn’t be, cover notwithstanding. At least people will notice the book from across the room.

    Ginger

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