Reviewed by Karen Rigby February 27, 2014 Reinventing oneself becomes an imaginative feat in these arresting short stories. Tracy DeBrincat returns via her third book with portraits of distressed youth who seek change through hyperbolic, imaginative, or risky feats, and women in apparently stable relationships who experience unspoken doubts. With an accomplished eye for interior […]
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The Next Generation Indie Book Award Finalist Medal is gangsta awesome!.
Moon Is Cotton & She Laugh All Night was recently named Finalist for 2 Eric Hoffer Awards. One award is in the General Fiction category, which honors small press and independent publications; the other is for the Montaigne Medal, which is given for books that either illuminate, progress or redirect thought. I believe that I […]
Moon Is Cotton & She Laugh All Night has been named a Finalist in the Short Story Fiction category of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The cool thing about that is it will be listed as a Finalist in the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards catalog which will be distributed at Book […]
Excerpt from SUPERBABY SAVES SLUGVILLE By the time my little brother showed up, everyone was pretty much sick and tired of the whole baby thing. The Teamsters were on strike, so our dad was walking picket lines up and down the California coast instead of delivering meat to North Beach and Chinatown butcher shops in […]
Subito Press is proud to announce the publication of Moon Is Cotton & She Laugh All Night by Tracy DeBrincat “Moon is cotton & she laugh all night,” whispers the hippo to the gazelle after rescuing her. And so the characters in this astonishing collection attempt to save themselves and others with prayers and […]