In creating the fourth anthology of 2014, Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let the exhilaration and fantasy of their favorite amusement park carry their muse to soaring new heights. As always, our authors found myriad ways infuse our pages with the ups, downs and freefalls of a life infused with the spirit of these amazing places. So take a moment, and ride the edge of the rail with us. Enjoy.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Friday, October 17, 2014
That's right! Our 2013 Storm Cycle (Kind of a Hurricane Press Best Of Anthology) is now available through most major bookstores and online retailers!
This is our first foray beyond our print-on-demand anthologies, and we hope to make more of our future anthologies available in this way.
Thanks again to all our authors. Without you, none of this would be possible.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Congratulations to our Nominees for the 2104 Best of the Net Anthology:
"Urban Still Life" by Ben Rasnic (April Pyrokinection)
"Spooning" by Deborah L. Wymbs (March Pyrokinection)
"Walking Past Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Winter" by Marianne Szlyk (May Jellyfish Whispers)
"I Meant to Tell You" by Joanna M. Weston (February Jellyfish Whispers)
"A Postindustrial Romance" by Jon Wesick (January Napalm and Novocain)
"Domestic Dispute" by Richard Schnap (February Napalm and Novocain)
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Twice Upon A Time
Theme: Fairy tales
Deadline: January 31 2015
Objects in the Rear View Mirror
Deadline: March 31, 2015
Thursday, August 28, 2014
In creating the third anthology of 2014, A Touch of Saccharine (172 pages), Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let the sugariness of their favorite candied confection melt on their minds and drip through their pens. As always, our authors found myriad ways to infuse our pages with sticky stories and stanzas of every variety. So take a moment, and indulge your literary sweet tooth.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
In our latest attempt to expand our reaches, Kind of a Hurricane Press has created a new Book Review Site:
For this new site, we are looking for authors who are interested in having their poetry collection or chapbook reviewed by our staff editors, and we are also looking for third-party reviews of poetry, flash or fiction collections or chapbooks. See guidelines on the site for more information.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
In creating the second anthology of 2014, Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let their minds drip through the hourglass. In this diverse collection of poetry and fiction, our authors created a kaleidoscopic array of time tunnels for the reader to travel through. So take a moment, pick a door, allow yourself to fall into and through visions of past memories, revel in tangible interpretations of today, or leap light-years ahead of your own future. Enjoy.