Happy Holidays from Sapling and BLP!

One year for $50 $25 or 6 months for $30 $15

Happy Holidays from Sapling and all of us here at BLP!

We’ve got some good news for small press lovers: We were so thrilled by the response to our summer newsletter sale that we’ve decided to retain our sale price year-round. Same great Sapling—at half the price. Sapling makes a great holiday gift for writers (or, ahem, for yourself!). You can subscribe at our shiny new price of just $25, or you can choose to sign up for six months of Sapling for only $15.

Why subscribe to Sapling? We’re not just a listing. We’re a curated e-newsletter that highlights the best of the small press world in small doses each week.

Here’s how to sign up:

-Visit our website at: http://www.blacklawrence.com/sapling.html

and select either one year (52 issues) for $25 or 6 months (26 issues) for $15.

Here’s what we’re all about:

In 2012, we profiled 52 writing contests, 52 lit journals, and 52 small / independent presses. Our features included:

*Interviews with journal and small press editors Mike Young (Noo & Magic Helicopter), Carl Annarummo (Greying Ghost), Melissa Faliveno (Poets & Writers), Drew Krewer and Maureen McHugh (The Destroyer), Aaron Burch (Hobart), Sampson Starkweather (Birds, LLC), Christian Peet (Tarpaulin Sky), Caroline Crew & Chris Emslie (ILK), Erin Costello & Mark Rockswold (SpringGun), Bruce Covey (Coconut), and Ravi Shankar (Drunken Boat)

*Articles on writers’ conferences like Breadloaf, Juniper, the Lambda Writers’ Retreat, Sewanee, and the Dzanc Sessions

*Emerging author interviews with Jennifer Denrow, Sarah C. Harwell, Leigh Stein, Amaranth Borsuk, James Tadd Adcox,  and Emily Pettit

And we have so much exciting stuff lined up for 2013, including interviews with the editors of Futurepoem Books, So and So, and Black Balloon Publishing, and emerging author interviews with Lily Ladewig, Shane McCrae, and Daniela Olszewska.

We’ve got great things planned for 2013 that you won’t want to miss!

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