Yes, this is a shameless plug!
My second book, The Phoenix and the Dragon: Poems of the Alchemical Transformation, is about to hit the shelves. It follows my first book, Tellstones, and several anthologies and is my first collection through Smithcraft Press, a localy owned publisher.
Included in this volume are pieces for which I was awarded the 2006 EPPIE Prize for poetry in an anthology.
It includes rather stunning graphics by local artist, Evanne Floyd.
There is only one problem: We don’t quite have a cover yet. We have three. An embarassment of riches.
Below, you’ll see the three covers. Please, please, PLEASE, look to see which one you like best. If you saw all three on a bookshelf, which one would you pick up? Then, leave a comment or send an email with your choice.
This is, I think, the FIRST time a book cover has ever been chosen by blog! Come on: be a part of history. Choose a cover!
THEN… support the arts, writing and, most importantly, ME, by looking below and ordering your advance copy.
Here is are some reviews:
Adam Byrn Tritt puts me on the horns of that dilemma between Apollo or Pan. So what makes his poetry good, then? As a poet he consulted not so much with his mortal texts, but with his heart, personal muses, and the Gods.
Raymond T. Anderson, Editor, Oestara Publishing
[Tritt is] unique, brilliant, wicked-ass funny, and a mensch….
Valerie Turner, Editor
You can reserve your advance copy at the Pre-release Price.
The easiet way to order is to simply click on the book cover on the left of the page. Or you can send me your email address.
Thank you, and PLEASE, FORWARD THIS WHERE EVER YOU CAN. Let us lift and support each other.
The Phoenix and The Dragon is about to hit the shelves!
When The Phoenix and the Dragon is released in May, it will sell for
$14.95 in bookstores. If you reserve your advance copy, we’ll knock 18% off
the list price— and we’ll even pay for the shipping and handling!
($14.95 less 18% discount = $12.26. Florida residents please add 74¢ Florida sales tax.)
Cash, check, PayPal, and credit cards accepted.
Vote. Reserve. We’ll both be happier.
April 20, 2007 at 5:10 PM
I vote for 3
April 21, 2007 at 2:06 AM
I vote for choice #1. It shows movement and flow which is what I think poems are on paper.
April 21, 2007 at 8:36 PM
Hi Adam!Though all three cover designs are fantastic, I vote for cover #1. It conjurs the image of both the phoenix and the dragon…Best wishes!
April 23, 2007 at 12:19 AM
Two votes for #3 here :)Steve & Nanu