21st-Century Dickinson, Byron: Vagabondage Press releases Love Notes just in time for Valentine’s Day and Wedding Season
My poem “Today”—which has long been buried—is now available in Vagabondage Press’ Love Notes anthology. What’s really great about this? It’d make a great Valentine’s Day gift, birthday gift for your sweetheart who’s a lover of poetry…or wedding gift for bridesmaids or couples. Check it out:
January 31, 2012—Love in secret, love celebrated. Love so close or not close enough. A shared candied apple, a farewell at Paddington Station. A face that leaves us breathless or wounded, a single word that changes our lives forever.
Vagabondage Press releases Love Notes—a collection of poetry as diverse as the experience of falling in love itself—just in time for Valentine’s Day giving and Wedding Season wishes.
Featuring the work of over fifty poets, some nominated for Pushcart Prizes, the collection features work examining all aspects of love—and love lost—in a myriad of forms and styles.
“We wanted a poetry collection that would be more like ‘love letters,’—think twenty-first centuryDickinsonand Byron,” says Fawn Neun, Managing Editor of Vagabondage Press. “A book that would make a wonderful gift for Valentine’s Day, weddings—any tender occasion, really—because of its classic feel.”
Love Notes is available in both print and eBook and is sold at all major online book retailers, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Sony, and AllRomance, as well as on the Vagabondage Press website at www.vagabondagepress.com.
To purchase Love Notes:
Posted on February 13, 2012, in News and tagged Byron, Emily Dickinson, Love poetry, Valentine's Day gifts. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
I need to order a copy. Sounds AWESOME!!!!!!
Oh I received a pleasant surprise in my mailbox today. Thanks so very much for sending me your short story. I can not wait to sit down ans enjoy it. Safe travels back home. It sounds like you had quite a productive trip!! Gail
Thanks, Gail! I hope you enjoy the story. And you will like that poetry book. It has very nice stuff in it.
I totally had the most productive time I’ve ever had in Ptown. It’s really been amazing — I leave tomorrow.
Very cool and great news. Congrats! 🙂
Thank you, Dean! I’m really pleased about this. It’s actually one of the few good poems I wrote. The others will never, trust me, never, see the light of day. I think I’m a one-hit wonder with poetry!