Life is what it is, regardless, always a gift:
Last August, Bill Denham approached me with an idea: a small book of autobiographical and deeply personal poems that might speak to people, “even if they did not know the particulars of my life.” I told Bill I was interested, but I had a problem. Barclay Press had only ever published devotional poetry, and Bill’s collection would not be a good fit. Now, looking back, the solution seems obvious. We created a new imprint – Fernwood Press – and made Bill’s collection our first title.
You were there at the beginning.
Every person receiving this email newsletter purchased a copy of Bill’s book, death will come, the very first book under our new imprint! Our next two titles – from Emmett Wheatfall and Paul Jolly – are coming out in June and September. And we have a fourth in the works that might make it to print before Christmas. In the meantime, I have a request. Would you consider offering a few sentences about your experience with Bill’s book as an Amazon review? The feedback you give helps other readers to consider whether Bill’s book might be the book they need.
Click here to find Bill’s book on Amazon and scroll down to leave a customer review.
Publisher, Fernwood Press
ABOUT FERNWOOD PRESS
A not-for-profit literary imprint, Fernwood Press promotes poetry collections that speak to the human capacity for spiritual experience.
As Clean as a Bone by Emmett Wheatfall