Our Catalogue is updated at last!
January 4, 2010
posted by caroline picard
I wanted to send you all a shout out, since we’re very happy and fortunate and psyched to say that the catalogue has been updated! That means that you can buy our books on line, via the green lantern press website. Which is supersweet, right?
Go here to check it out. All you need is a paypal account-
Some of our latest titles include:
A SEASON IN HELL
by Arthur Rimbaud
translated by Nick Sarno
A new translation of the groundbreaking work of French Symbolism. Featuring color plates by artist Gerald Bacasa. All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Printed in an edition of 500 with silkscreen covers by Nadine Nakanishi of Sonnenzimmer.
LOVE IS A CERTAIN KIND OF FLOWER
by Stephanie Brooks
Love Is a Certain Kind of Flower is an extensive index of love metaphors culled from poems ranging from the classics to sentimental greeting card verse. Continuing in Brooks’ deconstruction of Romance, Love Is… provides an amusing and sometimes poignant reference for emotive description.
Love Is a Certain Kind of Flower is number two in the Pocket Lantern Series.
Printed in an edition of 250.
SO MUCH BETTER
nominated for the 2009 Lambda Literary Prize
by Terri Griffith
Liz is an employee at The Unified Telecommunications Credit Union, a job she has not missed a day of for three years. In between her daydreams of moving someplace warm, she peers at the bank account of her former lover, runs background checks on herself, attempts to dodge the young girl she has started an affair with, and hopes to reconnect with her missing sister. At first glance, it may seem as though very little happens over the course of the novel, but before long the minor events which seem so unimportant build upon one another until they collapse completely, as Liz forces herself to explore the depths a person will go to be alone.
by Ashley Donielle Murray
n. pl. fas·ci·ae 1. Anatomy A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs, and other soft structures of the body. 2. The debut collection of short fiction by Ashley Donielle Murray.
Like the tissues binding the heart to its arteries, the stories in Murray’s collection describe the threads, sometimes thin, sometimes strong, that connect daughter to father, husband to wife, and ourselves to our own histories. Each story is its own quiet revelation and has the ability to bind the reader to the book long after the covers have been closed.
Printed in an edition of 500 with silkscreen covers by Nadine Nakanishi of Sonnenzimmer. 2009