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For a limited time, purchase four Eric Hoffer classics for one low price: Reflections on the Human Condition, The Ordeal of Change, The Passionate State of Mind, &Truth Imagined by Eric Hoffer.

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American Iconoclast: The Life and Times of Eric Hoffer by Tom Shachtman (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435381, trade paperback, 244 pgs) In this biography, historian and social analyst Tom Shachtman offers the clearest and most detailed examination to date of one of America’s most influential thinkers. Known as the “longshoreman philosopher,” Eric Hoffer was a beloved and controversial figure with veiled origins. Using Hoffer’s never-before-seen archives, Shachtman uncovers the steps by which this unschooled migrant field hand and dockworker created himself as an artist and thinker, and how his background and occupations were reflected in his published books.

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Before the Sabbath by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435305, trade paperback, 140 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—submits his final written work, including reflections on history, democracy, love, and aging.

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First Things, Last Things by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435275, trade paperback, 92 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—begins with a macro view on the progress of civilization, ending with his crucible vision on the unique and transformative aspects of mankind.

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Happiness is Owning a Laundromat: An Introduction to the Coin Laundry Industry by Sally Collins (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435062, trade paperback, 88 pgs) It’s a dirty world out there, and everyone is going to clean up. See how potential entrepreneurs can prosper in the coin laundry business. "Sally Collins knows the laundry business." - Brian Wallace, President &CEO of the Coin Laundry Organization.

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In Our Time by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435282, trade paperback, 96 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—approaches the critical problems of our time with the common sense that leads to startling conclusions and recommendations for an optimistic future.

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Note From a Practicing Writer

Notes from a Practicing Writer by Ed Shockley (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690638, trade paperback, 188 pgs) Award winning dramatist/screenwriter shares unique insights into the craft of playwrighting plus practical suggestions for career development. "It's not how well you write, it's how well you see," says Shockley. "An inspiring examination of how and why to write a play, as well as a practical course in building a theatre career." -James McBride, author of The Color of Water

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Reflections on the Human Condition by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435143, trade paperback, 88 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—delivers a collection of timeless aphorisms on the nature of mankind.

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The Ordeal of Change by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435100, trade paperback, 136 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—delivers essays on the duality and essentiality of change in man throughout history.

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The Passionate State of Mind by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435097, trade paperback, 120 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—delivers a collection of timeless aphorisms taken from his brilliant writings.

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The Temper of Our Time

The Syndicated News Articles by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435374, trade paperback, 256 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America’s most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—was at the height of his popularity in the late 1960s when he wrote a weekly news column that appeared in hundreds of papers across the country. For two years, Hoffer fearlessly delved into the issues of the day, seeking not only an understanding of but also a solution to contemporary problems. Sixty years later, many of these insights still hold true.

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The Temper of Our Time

The Temper of Our Time by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435224, trade paperback, 106 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—delivers essays on automation, the black revolution, the back to nature movement, intellectuals vs. learning, and other social issues.

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Time and Money: The Economy and the Planets (Second Edition) by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435367, trade paperback, 356 pgs) In this revised and updated edition, best-selling author explains the correlation between the economy and the planets in a broad sweeping look at economic history and the astrological indicators. Includes many charts and graphs.

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Time and Money: The Economy and the Planets by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690689, trade paperback, 400 pgs) Best-selling author explains the correlation between the economy and the planets in a broad sweeping look at economic history and the astrological indicators. Includes many charts and graphs.

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Working and Thinking on the Waterfront by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435299, trade paperback, 134 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America's most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—provides a rare glimpse into his thought process while postulating his great future works.

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Write to Publish

Write to Publish: Essentials for the Modern Fiction & Memoir Market by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690697, trade paperback, 175 pgs) The award-winning author and writing mentor covers the craft of fiction and memoir, including practical techniques for reaching agents, editors, and ultimately readers. “I swear if I had read this book twenty years ago I would be on a book tour right now … a cornucopia of tips, tricks of the trade, and insights gathered by the author over his past twenty years as a writer and educator.” -Book Crazy Radio

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A Passion in the Desert by Thomas E. Kennedy

A Passion in the Desert by Thomas E. Kennedy (Wordcraft of Oregon, ISBN 187765552X, trade paperback, 192 pgs) "By the time readers finish A PASSION IN THE DESERT, they will know its central character, Fred Twomey, more intimately than they know the people around them, quite possibly even themselves. That's one of the powers of great fiction, and Thomas E. Kennedy possesses a special ability to explore the landscape of a man's inner world, exposing emotions and secrets he can barely admit to himself. Although Twomey's life is unique, caught up in its own particular drama, he is clearly one of us, and in discovering him, we discover ourselves." - The Literary Review

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Cast Upon the Day

Buddha in My Belly by Brittany K. Fonte (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435428, trade paperback, 136 pgs) Buddha in My Belly offers many surprises: word by word, page by page. There is much poetry in this prose poetry. The form's inherent hybridity helps create the off-kilter world we are asked to navigate. The language is lively, at times melodic, at times madcap. At every turn, one finds a mischief in, as well as mastery of, the medium. The funny here is downright serious; the moribund gives over, more often than not, to the comedic. This debut collection is a delightful discovery. - Eric Pankey, author of The Pear as One Example: New and Selected Poems 1984-2008

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Cast Upon the Day

Cast Upon the Day by Thomas E. Kennedy (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435151, trade paperback, 224 pgs) Meet the characters running round here, eleven of them, each at his busting point: Jack Lynch, Bill Gurb, Jazz Jastovic, Charlie Feuk, Mickey Jung, Thomas Brighton, Fin Finley. With irony and humor, their minds and lives are laid bare for us to follow as one goes mad from the music in his brain, another tears his house down onto his own head, another takes off from the IRS with a bagful of C notes. Enter these pages and join this wild melee. "Presented with irony, wit, and side-splitting humor... an eclectic collection that will not disappoint." - Midwest Book Review

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Everything Burns by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690654, trade paperback, 242 pgs) Tabloid photojournalist Boot Means chases a serial arsonist across Texas, before this killer creates his masterpiece fire. Follow this suspenseful thriller into the soul of a true pyromaniac. “Absorbing reading!” -Booklist

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Idiot! by Christopher Klim

Idiot! by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435232, trade paperback, 288 pgs) What is the value of one life? Forest ranger Thomas King is a severe dyslexic and perceived village idiot. Alone, he roams the Pine Barrens, hoping to save a failing town. Claire Wethers' children have been stolen by her ex. The former beauty queen privately drowns her fears in whiskey. Their lives appear as marginal as the bankrupt town, but when this unlikely pair merge paths, everything changes. “Klim's finely-honed images threaten to jump off the page.” - Duff Brenna, author The Book of Mamie

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Jesus Lives in Trenton Author's Select Edition

Jesus Lives in Trenton by Christopher Klim (Legacy Classic, ISBN 9781933435336, trade paperback, 284 pgs) Author’s Select Edition. Tabloid photojournalist Boot Means has discovered big trouble in Trenton. Take an exhilarating and hilarious journey into the heady world of TV evangelism and the seamy underworld of cult organizations. This edition includes Legacy Classic's group discussion points. “… undeniable charm.” -Booklist

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Jesus Lives in Trenton Author's Select Edition

Jesus Lives in Trenton by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690603, trade paperback, 274 pgs) Author’s Select Edition. Tabloid photojournalist Boot Means has discovered big trouble in Trenton. Take an exhilarating and hilarious journey into the heady world of TV evangelism and the seamy underworld of cult organizations. “… undeniable charm.” -Booklist

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Local Music

Local Music by Walter Cummins (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 193343516X, trade paperback, 232 pgs) A man who can't bring himself to return to the apartment of his failing marriage, a woman spied upon by a neighbor, a father terrified by the four-year-old next door, a boy living in a house haunted by his mother's madness, a mother whose children are freezing in a heatless bedroom--the characters in the stories of Local Music are unsettled in their own homes, their lives dissonant and discordant. "A rewarding and moving experience." - MyShelf.com

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Nashville Skyline by Chrissy Coleman (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435206, trade paperback, 296 pgs) A talented young country and western singer from Kentucky takes us through the underbelly of the music business as she struggles to carve out a career. "Nashville Skyline is a hard hitting work. .... a peek into a part of the music industry that few of us realize or might consider as she transports us into the not so glamorous or exciting underside of the music business. ..." - The Compulsive Reader

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On the Run with Dick and Jane by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435127, trade paperback, 256 pgs) In his first novel in 20 years, 12 year-old group home escapee Jane Doyle cons 63 year-old widower Dick Steel into a cross-country drive in order to flee an overseas child sex slavery ring. “A literary Halley’s comet…” - Gore Vidal

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One Hundred Dollar Misunderstanding by Robert Gover (Legacy Classic, ISBN 9781933435343, trade paperback, 228 pgs) The international cult classic that changed the literary world. See what happens when a young black prostitutes hooks up with a preppy white boy for the weekend. This edition includes Legacy Classic's group discussion points. “What a find! I've been recommending it to everyone. This book should create a sensation.” - Henry Miller 

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One Hundred Dollar Misunderstanding by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 097269062X, trade paperback, 225 pgs) The international cult classic that changed the literary world. See what happens when a young black prostitutes hooks up with a preppy white boy for the weekend. “What a find! I've been recommending it to everyone. This book should create a sensation.” - Henry Miller 

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Pluto's Garden by Rick Zabel (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435077, trade paperback, 220 pgs) Guthrie LaRue, a so-called renowned terrorist from the 1960s, is mired in the past and can't find her way into the twenty-first century. Now a local laughingstock, she is certain that the only way for her to relive her days of infamy is to blow up a huge shopping mall that she believes is threatening to destroy the small rural community of Shakespeare, Indiana.

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Poorboy at the Party by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435398, trade paperback, 204 pgs) One of Gover’s key novels, Poorboy at the Party, runs against the publicly sold and traded American Dream, where a party among privileged kids breaks down into a orgy of sex and destruction. Randy, a social-climbing college kid attends a party populated by a combination of old and new money kids who should be Randy’s peers by any definition other than wealth. Even though they share the same educational background, poor boy Randy becomes an immediate outcast among this tight-set, narrow-minded heirs to American power.

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Prairie Stars by Lori Thompson

Prairie Stars by Lori Thompson (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435194, trade paperback, 304 pgs) The story of Theresa Marten and her involvement in Assumption as it became a medical boomtown. “Lori Thompson masterfully relates the amazing story of the rise and fall of a man some believed to be a miraculous healer and others saw as a rogue con artist.” - Robert Gover, author of On the Run with Dick and Jane

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Read This or You're Dead to Me by Matt Ryan (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435404, trade paperback, 100 pgs) New prose from Matt Ryan. “Matt Ryan is so madly creative that it is downright intimidating. A master of wordplay... utterly unpredictable. -Joey Goebel, author of Torture the Artist and The Anomalies

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The Book of Mamie

The Book of Mamie by Duff Brenna (Wordcraft of Oregon, ISBN 1877655457, trade paperback, 390 pgs) The story of one person's struggle to overcome the abuse and traumas of her childhood. She is a wonderfully gifted young woman, a young woman of genius, uncanny wisdom and primitive strength, whose revelations unfold in the course of an odyssey across the heartland of America. “...a risky graceful book ...told in language that is lean and unpretentious, language forged out of the hard landscape of the rural Middle West ” - The New York Times

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The End of the Circle

The End of the Circle by Walter Cummins (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435329, trade paperback, 220 pgs) The settings of these stories—whether the streets of London and Paris, the canals of Venice and Leiden, or the icy paths of the Swiss Alps—are solidly grounded. It’s the people who are lost, struggling to understand where they truly are and break free to find their way home. "Cummins has the power to evoke large landscapes, both physical and emotional, and complex characters with a few, spare verbal strokes..." -Thomas E. Kennedy, author of In the Company of Angels

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The Law of Falling Bodies

The Law of Falling Bodies by Duff Brenna (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435186, trade paperback, 364 pgs) "Meet Virgil Francis Foggy, age 14, rendered from all sides by a writer who has eyes in the back of his head," says Susan Salter Reynolds of the LA Times. A novel about the schizophrenic, ubiquitous, and cyclical nature of all wars within and between men, women, and nations. “A bravura performance by one of America’s best talents.” - Michael Lee, member of the National Book Critics Circle

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The Priest and the Nazi by John LeConte (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435046, trade paperback, 322 pgs) What is truth? The soul of good and evil is presented in two characters: a Nazi SS officer fleeing Germany right after the end of the war and the Catholic priest he encounters.

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The Winners Circle by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 193343502X, trade paperback, 250 pgs) Striking it rich is the American dream, but when Jerry Nearing wins millions in the lottery, his troubles have only begun. It’s Klim’s best comedy/drama since Jesus Lives in Trenton. "Like his previous novels, it's hard to put down till you're done." -Thomas E. Kennedy, Intl Editor of StoryQuarterly.

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Trail of Vengeance by Peter James Quirk (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435038, trade paperback, 234 pgs) Lisa Rossi, a young Brooklyn police detective, is pitted against international jewel thieves, who, during the course of a spectacular heist in Manhattan, murder Lisa's partner.

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True Surrealism

True Surrealism by Christopher Klim (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435244, trade paperback, 214 pgs) "The stories in Klim's new collection include tales of controlling women and ne'er-do-well men trying, well, to do well if they could; an upscale chef helping to prepare a condemned man's last meal; best friends who find themselves in a middle eastern battlefield; a rocket scientist on the drink who gets lucky; a heartbreaking and haunting tale of a neglected boy and what he learns from his runaway dog; and an abused girl who views a kaleidoscope of past lives. Told with the light, deft touch and well tuned dialogue that Klim's readers will be familiar with from his novels—a variety of characters and situations for every taste. " - Thomas E. Kennedy, author of In the Company of Angels

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Two Brothers

Two Brothers by Robert Gover (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435251, trade paperback, 380 pgs) Bestselling author Robert Gover tells the story of two brothers— inseparable as children—whose adult paths through life could hardly be more different. They reunite late in their lives, one a multi-millionaire, the other coming from skid row. Their reunion brings surprising consequences for both.

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Two Deserts by Julie Brickman (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435466, trade paperback, 202 pgs) Deserts of sand and deserts of the heart, Middle Eastern deserts and American deserts: Two Deserts, a collection of stories, spans cultures and deserts. Adventure travel agent Emma Solace plunges into the impossible conflicts in an Arabian Gulf country. Her circles embrace her radically political lover Samir, 17 year-old Ayshah yearning for freedom, Muslim mother Maryam plotting to rescue her son from a jihadist movement.  Writer Livia Skyer plummets into the heart desert when ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease strikes her beloved husband. Her circles include a hooker who is training her daughter for the life, an academic whose lust is depleting, a club of women whose husbands are dying, a priest who has fallen in love from the pulpit. A fierce and compassionate storyteller, Brickman’s ability to articulate the deep and invisible currents of life is eloquent and remarkable.

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Whose Name I Did Not Know by Chris Helvey (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435442, trade paperback, 200 pgs))Every person's life is a journey. Some folks just travel in a darker realm.  Whose Name I Did Not Know tells the story of Frank Kohler, a former college football star, who is drifting down a river of booze. He's lost his way, his money, and his pride. Frank's resorted to bumming drinks and taking jobs that are more than a little illegal. Then one job goes horribly wrong and he's faced with the toughest decision of his life, either commit the ultimate crime or spend the rest of his life in prison. Every man makes mistakes, and Frank understood mistakes had to be paid for. He just never dreamed the payment would be so great.

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Garden of Hope: Autobiography of a Marriage by Maryanne Raphael & Lennox Raphael (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435089, trade paperback, 228 pgs) A frank, endearing memoir of two star struck lovers who travel the world and Jim Crow America, a black-white couple coping with the realities of daily life and mental challenges for ten years in Rio and other places during the dynamic sixties.

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Truth Imagined by Eric Hoffer (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435011, trade paperback, 120 pgs) Eric Hoffer—one of America’s most important thinkers and the author of The True Believer—reveals his early days and life on the road during the Great Depression—a time which served as the breeding ground for his most fertile thoughts.

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Writers on the Job edited by Walter Cummins & Thomas E. Kennedy (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435213, trade paperback, 244 pgs) Thomas E. Kennedy and Walter Cummins have selected for this book essays by twenty fiction writers, poets, and essayists about how they have managed to keep themselves housed and fed while writing. They share a long tradition.

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Best New Writing 2015

Best New Writing 2015 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435480, trade paper, 228 pgs) The Robert Gover Tribute. An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose and the Gover Prize for short-short fiction. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories. This volume includes works from Cathy Adams, Annie Dawid, Alicia de los Reyes Jan Donley, Jann Everard, M.V. Giorgii, Moneta Goldsmith, Marie Hartung, Gabe Herron, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, Tim Keppel, Elizabeth King, Thomas Langtry, Doya Nardin Ronit Feinglass Plank, Gary Powell, Megan Roberts, Jessica Rowland, E M Schorb, Suzy Shelton, Marylou Streznewski, Paul Weidknecht, Guinotte Wise, and Ben Wolford. Cover by Peter Davis. Available in October 2014

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Best New Writing 2014

Best New Writing 2014 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435473, trade paper, 228 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose and the Gover Prize for short-short fiction. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories. This volume includes works from Edoardo Albert, Adrianne Aron, Brian Beatty, Annie Dawid, Carol Edge, Cerridwen Fallingstar Melissa Fletcher, Chris Fryer, Janelle Garcia, Kyle Garret, Sonja Crafts Hauck, Ilan Herman, Catharine Leggett, Paul Loomis, Maija Makinen, Marilyn Marquez, L. Andrea Mosier, Hana Mystras, Melissa Palmer, Thomas Parker, Virginia Petrucci, Justin W. Price, and Kiarra Smith. Cover by Allison Merriweather.

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Best New Writing 2013

Best New Writing 2013 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435435, trade paper, 172 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories. This volume includes works from Bint Arab, Carolyn Burns Bass, James Lloyd Davis, Josepha Gutelius, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, Laura T. Jensen, Chris Laing, Nina Leo, Leo Madigan, B.F. McCune, Jacob Peppers, Emily Reardon, Janet H. Swinney, and L.M. Thompson. Cover by Angela Cazel Jahn.

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Best New Writing 2012

Best New Writing 2012 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435411, trade paper, 188 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories. This volume includes works from Noelle Adams, Colin Asher, Louise Beech, Richard Gibney, Teresa Burns Gunther, Erin Khar, Adam Lowe, Steven Mayoff, Lee Patton, Avery Oslo, Rachana Rahman, Randy Rosenthal, Leon West, Eric M. Witchey, and Mercedes M. Yardley. SOLD OUT

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Best New Writing 2011

Best New Writing 2011 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435350, trade paper, 212 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories without the boundaries and limitations of contemporary publishing. This volume includes works from Beverly Akerman, Tom Barlow, Linda Boroff, Talia Carner, Robert Ellison, Adam King, Deirdre Leahy, Rachel Maczuzak, Deborah Rise McMenamy, Jim Musgrave, Efe Okogu, Jamie Rand, Meg Sefton, Elaheh Steinke, Anna Taborska, and Rotem Yaniv. LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Best New Writing 2010

Best New Writing 2010 (and 2009) (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435312, trade paper, 220 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose and books. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories without the boundaries and limitations of contemporary publishing. This volume includes works from Michael Campagnoli, Louis E. Catron, Marissa Dimick, Kathleen Gerard, Nikolina Kulidžan, Christopher K. Miller, Erik Morsink, Oindrila Mukherjee, Ron Savage, Janset Berkok Shami, Carol Smallwood, Mecca Jamilah Sullivan, and Gina Troisi. LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Best New Writing 2008

Best New Writing 2008 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 9781933435268, trade paper, 236 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose and books. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories without the boundaries and limitations of contemporary publishing. This volume includes works from Andrei Bhuyan,  Jason Price Everett,  Jeff Freiert, Scott Geisel, Ethan Joella, James Kaelan, Reggie Lutz, Daniela Petrova, R.A.Rycraft, Michel Sauret, Rhys Schrock, Gladys Swan, Sharon van Ivan, and Paula Younger. LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Best New Writing 2007

Best New Writing 2007 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435178, trade paper, 254 pgs) An annual anthology of new fiction and creative nonfiction from writers around the world, including the winners of the Eric Hoffer Award for prose and books. Edited by best-selling and award-winning authors and editors, the pages of BNW feature stories without the boundaries and limitations of contemporary publishing. This volume includes works from Michael J. Cohen,  Walter Cummins, Michael Dutton, Shannon N. Forster, William J. Gagnon, Christopher J. Helvey, Linda Lappin, Clare MacQueen, Jamie McCulloch, Lance Olsen,  Kathye Fetsko Petrie, Rex Sexton, Janset Berkok Shami, Laurie Stone, Susan Tekulve, Ellen Visson, and Timothy Young. “This extensive anthology will immediately become a treasured possession. And as he has for decades, Styron will captivate millions of future fans with his brilliant mind and extraordinary talent.” - Walter Cronkite ***LIMITED QUANTITIES

WRITERS NOTES MAGAZINE

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Writers Notes Magazine, #6 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435135, ISSN 1548-2774, trade paper, 136pgs) The “Isolation” issue, featuring Thomas E. Kennedy, Christopher Klim, Kathye Fetsko Petrie, Jason Price Everett, interview with Mary Gordon, and also John E. Gainer, Andrey Gritsman, Jeff Gunderson, Lori Hofstetter, Allison Joseph, Angela Manning, George Martorano, Terry Price, Abel C. Ramirez, Jr., Brady Rhoades, Jane Stuart, Dale T. Stuckey, and Rain Sullivan.LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Writers Notes Magazine, #5 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435054, ISSN 1548-2774, trade paper, 144pgs) The “Memory” issue, featuring Christopher Klim, Kathye Fetsko Petrie, interview with Thomas Fleming, artwork by Pietro del Fabro, graphics by Rich Hedden, and J. A. Pollard, Jane Stuart, Derek Alger, M. Richard Leopold, Lindsay Landis, Maria Ceraso Erausquin, Jordan Dascal, Drew Griffiths, Francis J. Piacine, Allison Joseph, Viannah Duncan. LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Writers Notes Magazine, #4 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 1933435003, ISSN 1548-2774, trade paper, 140pgs) The “Dream” issue, featuring Robert Gover, Christopher Klim, Kathye Fetsko Petrie, Stoyan Valev, interview with William Styron, graphics by Rich Hedden, and also Derek Alger, Michael J. Cohen, Marry Ellen Garcia, Marjorie Heidorn, Poppy Kennedy, Jenny Lentz, Michael S. Morris, Lorita O’Leary, and Robert Paschen.LIMITED QUANTITIES

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Writers Notes Magazine, #3 (Hopewell Publications, ISBN 0972690646, ISSN 1548-2774, trade paper, 140pgs) The “Independence” issue, featuring Frank Finale, Matt Ryan, Christopher Klim, interview with Tim O’Brien (author of The Things They Carried), graphics by Rich Hedden, and also Shelly Culbertson, Margo Dill, Stephen Donaldson, C. Duane Hague, Tom Jenkins, Nina Lavander, Joe Quinn, Jason Rice, Dale T. Stuckey, Victor Walsh, and Lou Wollin. LIMITED QUANTITIES

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