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Sibling Rivalry Press previews its Spring 2014 lineup

Posted By on Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 11:51 AM

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Sibling Rivalry Press, the independent publishing house based out of Alexander, Arkansas, home to Assaracus, the "world's only print journal of gay male poetry" (named "Best New Magazine" by Library Journal in 2012), has announced its Spring 2014 lineup, which will go on sale on March 14. The group, which can be purchased individually or via a group 'subscription' (for a discounted price of $40), includes Valerie Wetlaufer's "Mysterious Acts by My People," Brock Guthrie's "Contemplative Man," Megan Volpert's "Only Ride" (awesomely described as "if Denis Johnson had written 'Tuesdays with Morrie'"), and Wendy Chin-Tanner's "Turn." 

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