Unsolicited Press Announces Availability of THE GOLD TOOTH IN THE CROOKED SMILE OF GOD by Douglas Cole
THE GOLD TOOTH IN THE CROOKED SMILE OF GOD crosses mystical lines, borders on magic. From Douglas Cole, a celebrated Seattle poet.
Portland, Oregon— October 30, 2018 — Unsolicited Press announced the immediate availability of THE GOLD TOOTH IN THE CROOKED SMILE OF GOD by Douglas Cole. The poetry collection is being released in both hardback and paperback editions, with the hardback being limited to 10 copies. Paperbacks are available in January 2019. Douglas Cole has published four collections of poetry. His work appears in journals such as The Chicago Quarterly Review, Chiron, The Galway Review, and Slipstream. He has been nominated for a Pushcart and Best of the Net and received the Leslie Hunt Memorial Prize in Poetry. His website is douglastcole.com.
Critical Reviews of The Gold Tooth in the Crooked Smile of God
“There's some kind of magic going on in Douglas Cole's The Gold Tooth in the Crooked Smile of God,” says Jim Daniels, poet, screenwriter, author of Street Calligraphy and The Middle Ages.
“These well-wrought poems celebrate the forgotten with dignity and warmth,” says John Skoyles, Editor Ploughshares, and author The Nut File and A Moveable Famine
THE GOLD TOOTH IN THE CROOKED SMILE OF GOD by Douglas Cole Availability
THE GOLD TOOTH IN THE CROOKED SMILE OF GOD by Douglas Cole is available wherever books are sold and directly from the publisher at www.unsolicitedpress.com.
Founded in 2012, Unsolicited Press is a small press committed to developing literary titles from unsung authors. The team strives to produce exemplary poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Learn more at www.unsolicitedpress.com.
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