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Our next release: more poetry from Elaine Stirling on April 26th

When Elaine submitted her poem, Percy and Me ‘neath the Yum Gum Tree, I was astonished by the rhythm of the words, which were crazy, hypnotic even, and yet possessed a sense of order; the poem followed a pattern, but … Continue reading

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The Legends of Light… in print

I am delighted that The Legends of Light has had such a popular reception. “Very much in Tolkien’s class” said one reviewer, and it doesn’t get much better than that. The book doesn’t just have stirring tales of fantasy that … Continue reading

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2012 Mayan Apocalypse poetry free on Librarything

Our stunning series of poems, The Mexican Saga, is available for the next two weeks as a Librarything Member Giveaway. If you’re a Librarything member, then you can enter for a chance to win a copy of the eBook. Since … Continue reading

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What do you get if you cross a zookeeper with a policewoman?

With her new novelette, On the Edge, due out soon, Gill Shutt’s last book with us, The Legends of Light, continues to pick up great reviews. In the past couple of weeks, Gill gave a couple of interviews about herself, … Continue reading

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Get ready for the Mayan Apocalypse

December 21st 2012, the end of the Mayan Calendar. I’m getting excited about the run-up to this big date. An awful lot of nonsense is getting spouted about it, of course, but that’s all part of the fun. I was … Continue reading

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Our author Gill Shutt has been awarded turtles

Gill with her YA saga-told-in-verse has picked up another great review, this time at YA book blog: Howling Turtle where The Legends of Light was awarded four turtles. If I was awarded turtles, I would have no idea what to do … Continue reading

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The world loves Gill Shutt today

Some nice things said online in the past 24 hours about Gill Shutt, author of The Legends of Light. SF Book Reviews reviewed The Legends of Light. The reviewer started off not keen to be reviewing poetry, but Gill’s writing … Continue reading

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20-Count robots role-play Andy Bigwood for an outrageous 99cents

The title of this post is a mash-up of what’s been happening with Greyhart Press over the past couple of days. Once you’ve heard our news, it might just make sense. I’ll be sending edited manuscripts back today to two … Continue reading

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Why I publish poetry

When I started Greyhart Press, I didn’t expect to publish poetry. Mind you, I didn’t expect to publish other authors either, so I don’t have a good track record for precognition! Gill Shutt’s manuscript for The Legends of Light changed that. … Continue reading

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Two high fantasy eBook launches today!

We’re launching two books today: The Legends of Light (a six-poem saga for adults and young adults, crafted to be enjoyed by those who would not normally read poetry), and The Quest for Elena the Fair. The latter is the complete first poem … Continue reading

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