News media make much of the division between traditional print publishing and digital book formats, generally positing the distinction as an either/or choice meaning the extinction of one or the insignificance of the other. But introducing any book, print or digital, is typically a multimedia project--or it should be.
My forthcoming book of poetry began as text alone. I don't think my publisher does e-book editions, and the…Continue
Added by Sari Krosinsky on March 6, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Actually, I always loved lists, but there's something faintly sinister about arranging people on a spreadsheet, isn't there? Right now, I'm up to four lists related to publicizing "god-chaser," my forthcoming poetry book: mailing and email addresses, editors and writers to send review copies to, others to give complimentary copies and potential venues for readings.
I use lists all the time to counter my tendency to forget everything and my other tendency to have the same ideas again…Continue
Added by Sari Krosinsky on February 21, 2012 at 6:47pm — No Comments
After a few months playing hermit, I came out of hiding a few weeks ago to find a fantastically active poetry scene. My favorite reading, East of Edith, is on hiatus, but I've still managed to get to at least one poetry reading a week since I came out of hibernation: Poetry & Beer,…Continue