Sunday, August 23, 2015

2014 Storm Cycle: The Best of Kind of a Hurricane Press is finally available!!!!




Storm Cycle 2014:  The Best of Kind of a Hurricane Press (510 pages) is a compilation of the editors' favorite pieces from the six 2014 online journals as well as our six 2014 print anthologies.  A tireless search for poetic talent proved exceptionally fruitful, and the selection process for this anthology was brutal.  After a great deal of reading, re-reading, and discussion, the editors amassed an extremely diverse and eclectic body of work to put forth to represent what Kind of a Hurricane Press is about:  publishing the best poetry and flash fiction being crafted today.



Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Objects in the Rear View Mirror is Now Available!!!





In creating the third anthology of 2015, Objects in the Rear View Mirror (188 pages), Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let their imaginations rev up the highways and cruise down the backstreets of their minds.  As always, our authors filled our literary parking garages with amazing work. So roll the windows down, turn the radio up, and enjoy poetry and fiction from the open road.  We believe Objects in the Rear View Mirror will take you on a journey to some place uniquely interesting. Enjoy. 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Twice Upon a Time is Now Available!!!





In creating the second anthology of 2015, Twice Upon a Time (244 pages)Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let their imaginations run wild with childhood memories, delve into the depths of, and if necessary, even re-create fairytales.  As always, our authors pulled out all the stops, and created, what we believe is one of our finest, and most universally appealing anthologies to date.  Twice Upon a Time has something for everyone. Enjoy. 


Thursday, May 7, 2015

Petals in the Pan is Now Available!



Petals in the Pan is Now Available!



In creating the first anthology of 2015, Petals in the Pan (266 pages), Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let travel the lines of the blossoming and the discarded, by exploring the themes of flowers and dust.  As always, our authors dug deep into the crevices and soared straight into the sun to find a way to present us with amazing work that married these two emblems of life.  Petals in the Pan has something for everyone. Enjoy. 


Saturday, February 28, 2015

The Results of the 2014 Editor's Choice Poetry Contest are in!!!


And the Winner is . . .

Scavenger Hunt by Donna Barkman


2nd place goes to . . .

Visitation Tuesday by Denise Weuve


3rd place goes to . . .

Mathematics by Christopher Hivner


This year we had three Honorable Mentions.  They are . . .

The Traffic in Old Ladies by Mary Newell
this small rain by Alexis Rhone Fancher
Signs of the Apolcalypse by Terri Simon


To read the winning poems and to see the complete list of finalists go to Kind of a Hurricane's Editor's Choice Contest Site:  http://editorschoiceaward.blogspot.com/ 

Sunday, February 1, 2015

The Fourth Chapbook in Our Barometric Pressures Author's Series is Now Available in Paperback!




Available in paperback from Amazon.com ($5.00 + S&H).  Order Here!



Martin Willitts, Jr. has appeared in over 30 anthologies and has been in hundreds of print and online magazines including A Kind of a Hurricane Press, Big City Lit, Rattle, Flutter, and others.  He presented his poetry workshop "Origami Haiku Jumping Frogs" at the 2012 Massachusetts Poetry Festival.  He won the prestigious international John Cotton Dana Award for library programs and publicity, and he won it while working at a library of a service area of less than 10,000 populations.





Saturday, January 24, 2015

The Third Chapbook in Our Barometric Pressures Author's Series is Now Available in Paperback!





Available in Paperback from Amazon.com (5.00 + S&H)  Order Here!

A.J. Huffman and April Salzano have created a satirical and humorous chapbook that turns the elements of a "Happily Ever After" life on its ear.  They have merged their unique voices to create one vision of that blurry, blurry line that divides love and hate.