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TPR CONTRIBUTOR JAMES R. WHITLEY WINS IRONWOOD
Great news! Author of THE GOLDEN WEB (Wind River Press, 2003) James R. Whitley has won the 2003 Ironweed Press Poetry Prize for his latest poetry collection THIS IS THE RED DOOR! His collection was chosen as the winner out of over 200 manuscripts received this year for the coveted prize. The new book will be published by Ironweed Press in early 2004. Check out issue #14 of The Paumanok Review to read a few poems from the forthcoming prize-winning book.


WIND RIVER PRESS LAUNCHES REDESIGNED SITE
The Wind River Press site redesign uses XHTML coding to deliver a more consistant interface, faster loading pages, fluid navigation, and advanced cross-platform compatibility. You'll also find extended author and title pages and information about new services including "Graphic Mechanic", a subscription-based design consulting service for business. Questions or comments? help@windriverpress.com


NEW RELEASES NOW AVAILABLE
Wind River Press is pleased to announce the publication of three new titles: Gaither Stewart's short story collection To Be A Stranger, Rochelle Mass's poetry collection The Startled Land, and James R. Whitley's poetry anthology The Golden Web. Each of these new releases has received excellent pre-release reviews; we hope they will be treasured additions to your personal library.


THE PAUMANOK REVIEW #14, SPRING 2003, NOW AVAILABLE
Stop the presses.

No, really. At over 220 pages, this issue of The Paumanok Review is the biggest and best issue yet. Just to make sure you don't get too much of a good thing, TPR 14 includes a variety of contributions from Paumanok favorites J.P. Maney, Gaither Stewart, Rochelle Mass, Tom Sheehan and featured contributor James R. Whitley. Making their TPR debut are Nancy Stade, Corey Mesler, Stevan Allred and many more! TPR 14 is now available at http://www.paumanokreview.com in HTML and PDF editions.

While you're visiting, please take a moment to contact your favorite author via the e-mail links included on each page. Your comments are always welcome and much appreciated.


E2INK-1 NOW AVAILABLE
Mild Horse Press's e2ink Anthology, which features J.P. Maney's short story "Western Exposures" (published in The Paumanok Review) is now available on their Web site. Please support small press publishing by purchasing your copy of this distinguished collection of the Internet's best fiction.


THE STARTLED LAND DESKTOP IMAGE
Download this beautiful screen image of the the cover of Rochelle Mass's poetry collection. 1024*768 resolution. And don't forget to visit Rochelle's website for more free downloads and information.


HA'ARETZ PROFILES PAYBACK
Ha'aretz (Tel Aviv) profiled Elisha Porat's Payback in its November 27 Literary Supplement. Visit online at http://www.haaretz.co.il (Hebrew only).


"ON WRITING II" NOW AVAILABLE
This second annual issue of "On Writing" is so big it needed its own webpage. Robert Olen Butler, Nikki Giovanni, Sam Pickering, Patty Friedmann, Peter Elbow, Margaret George, and T.M. Wright are just a few of the writers, teachers, and translators who contributed exclusive interviews and essays to this issue. While you're visiting, be sure to sign up to receive the forthcoming PDF edition delivered straight to your mailbox. (10.26.02)


ICY CURRENT REVIEWED IN ALGEMEEN DAGBLAD
Gaither Stewart's Icy Current, Compulsive Course has been been favorably reviewed by one of Holland's most prestigious newspapers. Algemeen Dagblad says, "Stewart knows how to write a short story. He is an erudite and skillful stylist, who makes the reading of his 20 stories a pleasure. Mexico [also the life there of the gringo's], France [the existence of Russian exiles], America and Italy, are the setting for the stories. His inspiration lies in incidental meetings, a word, a painting, a little song, a dream." Read the full text of the review in English or Dutch. Adobe Acrobat Reader required. (9.20.02)


NEW WIND RIVER PRESS CASUAL APPAREL!
Click here to see Wind River's new line of casual clothing and accessories. Help support small press publishing with your purchase of fun, colorful items for women, men, children, and the writer in you. Suggestions? Do you prefer a custom design? No request is too big–or too small. Contact the editor with your special requests and suggestions for improvement, and watch for many more items in the near future.

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