Black Lawrence Press
September 2, 2012

Coming up in this week’s Sapling

“When we weren’t print, we were looking to publish segments of a whole work because we didn’t want to demand a lot. The most obvious thing e-chaps do is make public a taste of the work, so others can see it & seek out an author’s full work.”—J. Michael Wahlgren, Editor of Gold Wake Press, from this week’s feature article. Also, we feature the latest from the likes of: Anhinga Press! Quarterly West! Kattywompus Press!

Sapling goes out via email every Tuesday. To join our growing list of Sapling subscribers and to read a little more about what we do, visit http://blacklawrence.homestead.com/sapling.html.

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September 2, 2012

Coming up in this week’s Sapling

“When we weren’t print, we were looking to publish segments of a whole work because we didn’t want to demand a lot. The most obvious thing e-chaps do is make public a taste of the work, so others can see it & seek out an author’s full work.”—J. Michael Wahlgren, Editor of Gold Wake Press, from this week’s feature article. Also, we feature the latest from the likes of: Anhinga Press! Quarterly West! Kattywompus Press!

Sapling goes out via email every Tuesday. To join our growing list of Sapling subscribers and to read a little more about what we do, visit http://blacklawrence.homestead.com/sapling.html.

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