Narrative Power From Aqueduct

Jeff VanderMeer • March 14th, 2010 @ 2:57 pm • Book Reviews

It’s never been much of a secret how much I love Aqueduct Press–founder L. Timmel Duchamp is doing amazing work, and often at the expense of her own writing. Running a publishing company is a 24-7 job, and in this economy it’s doubly tough. So the fact that Aqueduct keeps putting out a steady stream of amazing books is something to be thankful for–especially since so much of what they do is not done by anyone else in the field.

The latest book is Narrative Power, pictured above, a collection of essays. There’s a great post about the book, with TOC, on the Aqueduct blog, and I hope to do something on Omnivoracious soon.

Also note that Nisi Shawl and Cynthia Ward will continue their guest blogging on Booklifenow next week.

Me, I’m going to be offline most of the time for the next couple of days working on various projects.

2 Responses to “Narrative Power From Aqueduct”

  1. Fabio says:

    It seems awesome – certainly the names on it are. Will get it and review it.

  2. Julie Andrews says:

    Not so keen on the cover, but I did click through and buy it straight from Aqueduct yesterday. One less book to have to lug home from Wiscon right? :)

    Unless I bring it to get it signed… doh!

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