Thursday, October 16, 2014

In which the Megan Stielstra and Victor David Giron talk Once I Was Cool, Curbside Splendor, and small press lit love at Poets&Writers.

And most beautious it is. Excerpt? Totally.

"Real talk: Independent publishing is not six-figure advances. It’s people who love books, who love stories and ideas and the impossible architecture of language so fiercely and furiously that they back it with blood, with sweat and cash and precious, precious time. Curbside Splendor put everything they had behind this book, and I couldn’t be more proud to count myself among them."

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