Edited by Siri Paulson
With works by Kit Campbell, Siri Paulson, KD Sarge, and Erin Zarro.
A Marine on leave.
A heartfelt rondeau.
An Inuit on the edge.
A dreamer on a quest.
What do they all have in common? They’re in the Turtleduck Press anthology Winter’s Night. Created as a sampling of our work, the anthology benefits UNICEF.
Purchase for Kindle here, (UK here), or in one of the many formats offered by Smashwords. A paperback version is available from CreateSpace.
Sequel to Knight Errant
Former joy-boy Rafe Ballard will miss living on the freighter Pendragon’s Dream. Under the watchful eye of Captain Eve Marcori, Marine veteran, no one beat him. He ate well, his life was rarely in danger, and—most important by far—he spent much of his days and all the glorious nights with his beloved Taro. Unfortunately, energetic Taro … Continue reading
This chapbook of poetry explores the dark side of love — what happens after the happily ever after. It is Erin Zarro’s second poetry chapbook from Turtleduck Press, following the release of Life as a Moving Target in December 2010.
Click here for a poem from the chapbook.
Buy the book from Amazon here, or the ebook for Kindle (software is free) here.
The greatest part of belonging to the Spork Room – a magical writing community – is the Door, through which all stories ever written and yet to be written come to life. There is only one rule: Always tell someone before you go through.
But Margery is in a tough place in her story and she really needs … Continue reading
Life as a Moving Target is a poetry chapbook that explores living with fibromyalgia and intractable vertigo, from onset of symptoms to getting a diagnosis. Also the aftermath, learning to cope and manage the condition. Poems of hope, courage, and strength of spirit.
Read an excerpt here.
Buy the softcover here.
Purchase the Kindle edition here. (If you do not own a Kindle, the software is available for free.)
View the estore here.
Taro’s got a secret…
Taro Hibiki owes his new sister, former Marine Eve Marcori, more than just his life. She’s given him everything—a home, a family, a future—and she’s working on sending him to college. Taro would rather be shot, but he’ll honor … Continue reading