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Friday, September 27 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Octopus Books, Mud Luscious Press, Spring Gun Press: Making an Indie Press Work

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Making an indie press work is a formidable task, but these presses have made their mark heavy and dark: Octopus Books, Mud Luscious Press, and Spring Gun Press. Each with its own approach to publishing in our current literary scape, these indie presses have employed a number of mainstream strategies in order to sell books, promote words, and make their publishing endeavors successful, but they have all used subversive tactics toward the same goal as well, and this panel will highlight those unconventional maneuvers and the results they had on each of these successful indie presses. A third-party moderator will introduce each press and its representative and facilitate the prepped panel discussion as well as a brief audience Q and A. Representatives and focal points of the panel will be: Mathias Svalina for Octopus Books, elaborating on the new Tin House / Octopus Books collaborative poetry series; J. A. Tyler for Mud Luscious Press, discussing the stamp stories project and the Nephew imprint series; and Mark Rockswold for Spring Gun Press talking about ways to merge digital and print mediums.

Speakers
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Mark Rockswold

Co-publisher, SpringGun Press
Mark Rockswold holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is the co-founder of SpringGun Press and his work has appeared in Tarpaulin Sky, the Electronic Literature Directory, Titmouse Magazine and elsewhere. He lives and teaches English in D... Read More →
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Miriam Suzanne

Founder, OddBird
Miriam Suzanne is an author, performer, musician, designer, and web developer — working with OddBird, Teacup Gorilla, CSS Tricks, and anyone who loves open-source collaboration. She’s the author of Riding SideSaddle* and The Post-Obsolete Book, co-author of Jump Start Sass and... Read More →
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J. A. Tyler

J. A. Tyler is the author of Colony Collapse (Lazy Fascist Press), Variations of a Brother War (Small Doggies Press), Water (Civil Coping Mechanisms), No One Told Me I Was Going to Disappear (Jaded Ibis Press, co-authored with John Dermot Woods), and A Man of Glass & All the Ways... Read More →


Friday September 27, 2013 4:00pm - 6:00pm
UMC 353 University Memorial Center, 1669 Euclid Avenue (corner Broadway & Euclid Ave)

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