Frayed Edge Press News
Hear Rebecca Pritchard Speak about Her New Book: Jeremiah Hacker: Journalist, Anarchist, Abolitionist
Learn about this intriguing 19th C. radical journalist who was ahead of his time! Rebecca Pritchard discusses this forgotten figure of history at Sherman's of Bar Harbor on Saturday, April 13th, from 1:00-3:00pm. Find out more about the book here.
Now Available! Louise MacGregor's genre-busting novel, Rape Jokes
No, rape is not funny – but MacGregor succeeds in writing a romantic comedy that moves beyond “girl meets guy,” and deals with issues of female sexual dysfunction, the ubiquity of rape as part of the female experience, and misogyny in the workplace. Read more about the book, including Q&A with the author and the publisher, or order this genre-busting title here!
Now Available: Christina Springer's book of poetry, The Splooge Factory, is now in print!
"As playful as it is shocking, sexy, and woke..." See all the ordering options here.
Now in Print: Shelly Brivic's Stealing: A Novel in Dreams is now available!
This experimental novel has been called a "...looping, original, anxiously funny novel a tangle of yearning & frustration and vivid, bold appetite..."
See all the ordering options here.
Now available as an ebook! Delia Battles Lewis' memoir, A Nurse's Story: Medical Missionary in Korea and Siberia, 1915-1920.
"What is remarkable to the reader is how much of her tale of war, refugees, foreign occupation, and finally, nursing tradition and education,
still rings true today." See all of the ordering options here.
Call for Submissions: Seeking short fiction (10,000 to 20,000 words) with a contemporary urban setting for the Street Smart Series.
Special Offer! Are you an Early Reviewer on LibraryThing? Enter to receive a review copy of Louise MacGregor's new adult novel, Rape Jokes! Enter now through April 29, 2019. (Must be registered as an Early Reviewer to enter).
What we publish:
Literary Fiction and Poetry
Literary fiction with an edge. Contemporary poetry that knows the formal rules but isn't afraid to break them.
Specializing in the "forgotten history" of people, places, and events overlooked by the mainstream. Progressive political science, memoir, and social and cultural studies.