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Author Events - Working together to sell books
by Joyce Faulkner
I thought some of you would like to see this poem I wrote after visiting The War Museum at Oslo. It was published by Finishing Line Press, a small press that publishes only chapbooks by women. They do a beautiful job. This one has sparkly endpapers and a satin ribbon book mark as part of the presentation.
by Ann DeWitt
What if you studied a particular military General from the American Civil War era and found that the court of public opinion handed down a verdict without reviewing all of the evidence? Would you ignore the facts and go with the court of public opinion? Or would you print in your book the dormant facts in which you uncovered?