BEST MICROFICTION 2021 edited by Meg Pokrass, Amber Sparks, and Gary Fincke is where dark whimsy, magical realism, and countless ghosts live inside. See why Genevieve Hartman of IBR called it a deft and eclectic collection of microfiction.
Author Jack Messenger has tried countless strategies for marketing his literary fiction novel, but many of them have failed. In “10 Common Mistakes to Avoid when Marketing Your Novel,” he shares his experiences to help other authors avoid following a similar path.
“5 Independent Presses Celebrating Black Culture” is a literary listicle about the independent presses founded by black publishers that are producing books with a black audience in mind. Check out which indie presses Jaylynn Korrell picked in her latest article at Independent Book Review.
USER NOT FOUND by Felicity Fenton is an unpretentious and quick-witted exploration of the author’s journey into understanding social media and out of a life that abuses it. Check out what Joe Walters of Independent Book Review has to say about this chapbook from Future Tense Books.