tinywords 10.3 in print

It’s taken awhile, but tinywords issue 10.3 is now available in a lovely print edition, with beautiful cover art made for just for this edition by artist and illustrator Anne Smith.

You can order it from Lulu for $10 plus shipping by clicking on the cover image to the right. (For a limited time, it’s available for the discount price of $8.50.)

Anne is also selling the cover art as a limited-edition, signed print for $20 plus shipping. It’s an archival pigment print on cotton rag paper; the paper measures 8.25″ x 11.70″ with white borders around edges. She was gracious enough to send me a print and I am delighted with it. You can buy the print on Etsy.

I am also pleased to make a special offer: For $12 (including free shipping for U.S. addresses) I will send you a copy of this issue plus a signed broadsheet: “On Haiku and Micropoetry.” This is #8 in Cross+Roads Press’s Broadside Beat series, and features an essay on haiku by d. f. tweney, a selection of poems from tinywords, and art by Jerry West, all lovingly assembled and published by the inimitable Wisconsin poet Norbert Blei. This offer is open to the first 50 people who send a $12 check to me at 245 N. Claremont St., San Mateo, CA 94401. For international addresses, email me for the shipping cost.

This is the “cities” themed issue of tinywords that appear in the fall of 2010. If you’d like to read it online, it’s available in our archives.

6 Responses

  1. karen Says:

    The artwork is lovely. How much to send to the UK?

  2. Barry G Says:

    The cover art looks really cool.

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