Archive for July, 2008

Ten Chaps To Trade

Today is “ship” day! Tilt Press has set aside ten chapbooks to trade with either another press or an individual who would like to trade their own chapbook for a copy of “Tilt – Literary Notes”.

If you are interested in a “trade agreement”, let us know. There’s no shame in quid pro quo. (hey, that rhymed.)

You can email me at rachelmallino@gmail.com


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Music For Monday

Ratatat – Mirando

Death Cab For Cutie – Grapevine Fires
(for my hubby)- but i couldn’t think of anywhere i would have rather been to watch it all burn away, to burn away

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Okay, I’m lazy – I’m only going to list titles, (sorry Sam!)

Last Book Purchased:
God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, Christopher Hitchens

Last Film/Network Series Purchased: Weeds, Seasons 1,2,3 (Lionsgate)

Last Music or Spoken Word Recording: Narrow Stairs, Death Cab For Cutie

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a poem

This poem was inspired by a blog entry on Steven Schroeder’s blog a few days ago. BTW, the …. indicates indentations, I couldn’t format!

First Draft:

(poem removed)

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Um, wow.

The response we have received since opening Tilt has been overwhelming. I can not stress enough how grateful I am to so many fellow poets for supporting this venture.

Because of such support, we will be adding a page to the Tilt Press website of links to other small print presses and resource websites.

One thing I do need to stress here is this: Tilt, at least for now, is dedicated only to those individuals who have not yet published a collection of work. This includes self-published collections! To question whether or not a “self-published” collection of work is considered “published” defies all logic. We will be updating the website later today to reflect this sentiment.

Things to do today:

1. update my blog list on Feel Good Lost.
2. update Tilt Press
3. create balance
4. repeat to myself to create balance

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Tilt Press

is officially open.

(I’m jumping up and down with excitement)

Tilt Press

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