Do you have a poetry e-book? Would you like to have it reach a wider audience? Would you be willing to give away some copies? Well, Poetry Super Highway has a deal for you!

The 14th Annual Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All will allow anyone anywhere to download, for free, as many poetry e-books as they like. It’s free for poets, too. Simply complete the submission form and upload your PDF e-book during the month of November. Then, on December 1, a special site will open for 24 hours and your poetry will go planetary.

Read the guidelines and find the submission link here.

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want more e-book readers?

November 14, 2016

Poetry Super Highway

If you have written an e-book and you want to expand your audience, this post is for you.

Poetry Super Highway (PSH), whose mission “is to expose as many people to as many other people’s poetry as possible” has an annual Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All. It’s pretty simple: submit your e-book to PSH during the month of November, then, on December 1, for a 24-hour period, a special website will go live with links to all of the e-books, downloadable, free.

Go to the Great Poetry E-Book Free-For-All page to read the details and the guidelines, have a look at titles/authors/descriptions for some of the e-books already submitted, and find a link to the submission form.

Write a compelling description. Submit your e-book. Your audience is waiting.

e-book workshop

January 8, 2014

kobo writing lifeIf publishing an e-book of your poems or stories is on your list of New Year’s resolutions, here’s an opportunity to learn more about one of the options. Village Books and Kobo Writing Life are offering a three-hour informational workshop on Saturday, January 25, 2014, Noon-3pm in the Readings Gallery. Registration is $5. Register at the main counter or call the store at 360-671-2626.

By the way, if you’re not ready to publish but have questions about e-books, Village Books has an E-Team. Sam, Paul, Alex, Rachel, Jenny and Brendan would be happy to meet with you and answer your questions. Meet the team and send an e-mail to make an appointment.

e-poetry from Copper Canyon

October 31, 2012

Copper Canyon Press
Our Port Townsend neighbor, the remarkable Copper Canyon Press, has announced the release of its first eight e-books. The poets in the first series: David Budbill, Jon Davis, Laura Kasischke, Ben Lerner, Heather McHugh, Brenda Shaughnessy, Ed Skoog and Dean Young. Read more on the Copper Canyon website.

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