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Announcing SALT, a poem by Laura LeHew

Salt BookmarkWild Age Press is proud to officially announce the upcoming release in April of Salt by Laura LeHew, a poem about truth and bath salts.

If you think back a year and a half, Laura was the runner up to 2012′s Anything Goes contest. We had originally planned to publish Salt in spring 2013, but suffice it to say the stars did not align. You could kind of read Salt as a poem about alignment, if you wanted to. It’s a poem about a lot of things. We really like it.

With Salt, we’re going to continue the tradition we started with Moon Law of publishing literature in new and innovative ways. This single poem can hold its own as a force of literature, but we’re going to release it with a bottle of bath salts, because we want to get you thinking about the poem in a way you wouldn’t have otherwise.

For more information about Salt and Laura, check out the book/author page here, and then get excited.

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#MoonLaw Haiku Contest Winners

Wild Age Press is proud to announce the three winners of the Moon Law haiku contest, judged by author Samantha Duncan. Each winner will receive a free, signed copy of Moon Law. Jealous? Order your copy now!

Moon Law haiku by Libby Ferguson

Moon Law haiku by Machelle Berglund

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