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Happy Holidays, readers and writers.
We’ve been busy, as usual, feeling like the tortoise in the race with the rabbit – slow and steady, attempting to bring readers beautiful prose wrapped in lovely covers.
The rabbit does get distracted, and the tortoise does stay focused, however long the race may take.
Today, we bring you, not so much a mammal or a reptile, but a cyclops. Remember the characters of mythology who usually got the bad rap, playing second fiddle in someone else’s story?
May we present to you, I, Polyphemus. The first person narrative of the cyclops. He has a story to tell – and you’re going to want to hear it!
This holiday, read I, Polyphemus. Ron Terranova’s tale of myth and legend.
Ladies and gentlemen, Our beautiful winter edition of Delphinium is on sale for the next few weeks. Get a copy of this lovely journal filled with art, poetry, and fiction in hard copy for only 6.99 or on Kindle for a mere 2.99. Remember these prices will increase for the New Year. This is a holiday sale – please share with family and friends. All profits go to support recovery programs.
Welcome Barlow Adams and his book Appalachian Alchemy!
One reader wrote: “Here’s a charming slab of story that just keeps twisting. As it opens, it seems to be a quiet coming of age tale — a slice of life Kentucky fried — and in many ways that remains the case throughout, but a primal violence seeps in there along the way and bloodies the water. Well, it so happens that’s my favorite kind of violence, so I was loving it.”