Monday, March 08, 2010

ANNOUNCEMENT from The Offending Adam

Announcing Issue 006 from The Offending Adam (http://www.theoffendingadam.com/). Issue 006 features a serialized poem from Andrew K. Peterson, spread out from Part I on Monday through Part IV on Thursday. Come back each day and don't miss a single installment.
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While you're around, if you missed our previous issues, don't worry. All of our contributions remain archived and accessible on our site, including:
005: Schlesinger & Archambeau
004: Lemon & Bendall & O’Brien
003: Hicok & Schaberg & Yakich
002: Steensen & Long
001: Beachy-Quick & Reddy & Stobb & Sweeney & Clark
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We are also excited to announce our forthcoming first limited edition chapbook, Canto. We are offering a special pre-order rate of $8 ($2 off the list price) + $2 shipping and handling. Get a preview of the first three cantos in the book (http://www.theoffendingadam.com/2010/02/01/from-canto). Learn more about the chapbook, and check out the cover art by Shawn Stucky, in our bookstore (http://www.theoffendingadam.com/store/).
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Currently we are reading submissions for new writing, essays, book reviews, and feature projects. We will be reading between now and April 15, so get us your work soon! You can review our submissions guidelines at http://www.theoffendingadam.com/submit/ So we invite you to drop by this week to http://www.theoffendingadam.com/ as Issue 006 arrives.
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Bookmark or add us to your reader so that you don't miss a single issue of content. And of course, we encourage you to pass the word of the launch along by passing along this message to anyone you think would be interested or post a note on facebook or a blog.
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If you have any questions, comments, or concerns or if you want to contact us for any reason, please email us at editors@theoffendingadam.com.
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The editors of The Offending Adam
Andrew Wessels
Cody Todd
Nik De Dominic
Ryan Winet

4 comments:

celestual said...

"I took streams of running streams. We lay on opposite shores, examining our arms. I proceed through to the mouth, fragile in a glass storm, dashed to pieces in an instant. I plead guilty to sleep, one lashes at sunset." - the liquidity of this section allows me to tumble down hills like a child emerging at the bottom with pieces of grass stuck to my hair. Beautiful Andy, beautiful!

Elizabeth Guthrie said...
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Elizabeth Guthrie said...

Great idea! - This must be from the Lewis and Clark Series from Missoula? - Yes, very beautiful!

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