Saturday, January 24, 2015

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





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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.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Switch (the Difference) is Now Available!





In creating the fifth anthology of 2014, Switch (the Difference) (244 pages), Kind of a Hurricane Press asked our authors to let their minds and muses delve into the shadows and soar for the light.  As always, our authors dug deep into the corners, floated free in the glare and warmth, and, most importantly, found a way to present us with amazing work that juxtaposed these extremes.  So whether you prefer to sit quietly and reflect in the darkness of your room, or to stand center stage in the spotlight, this collection has something for everyone. Enjoy. 


Friday, January 9, 2015

The second chapbook in our Barometric Pressures Author's Series is now available in print!




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Neil Ellman specializes in ekphrastic poetry written in response to works of modern and contemporary art. While never merely describing and mirroring these works, Ellman reacts to them based on his own sensibilities and perspectives.  Included in the collection are twenty poems based on works by such surrealists as Max Ernst and Salvador Dali, and such abstractionists as Jackson Pollock and Robert Motherwell.



Sunday, December 7, 2014

The first chapbook from our Barometric Author's Series is now available in print!




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in the first chapbook from Kind of a Hurricane Press's Barometric Author's Series, from Felino A. Soriano, jazz's imperative devotion to improvisation drives and sustains the language within Extolment in the Praising Exhalation of Jazz.  Through the delving process of interacting with various recordings during the creating of each poem--cadence, form, and divergence are considered in accordance to the language of the music's fluctuating permissions and freedom toward invitation.




Saturday, November 22, 2014

Our 2014 Pushcart Prize Nominations have been finalized . . . .



Congratulations to our 2014 Pushcart Prize Nominees:


“Until Next Time” a poem by Leland Sees (published in our online journal, Pyrokinection, on May 11, 2014)


“Before the Winter Storm Drifted East” a poem by Michael H. Brownstein (published in our online journal, Jellyfish Whispers, on January 22, 2014)


“Another Departure” a poem by Theresa Darling (published in our online journal, Napalm and Novocain, on January 24, 2014),


“Common Grounds” a flash fiction piece by Amanda Kabak (published in our print anthology, Something’s Brewing, in April 2014),


“Signs” a poem by Emily Pittman Newberry (published in our print anthology, Tic Toc, in June 2014)


“Twenty Eight Seconds” a flash fiction piece by Marla Kessler (published in our print anthology, Life is a Roller Coaster, in October 2014).





Saturday, October 25, 2014

Life is a Roller Coaster is Now Available!






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.







Friday, October 17, 2014

2013 Storm Cycle is Now Available in Bookstores and Online Retailers!





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.