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Tracks

A poetry and short story collection from PJPF Press.

 
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August 6th, 2018

The staff of The Piedmont Journal Poetry and Fiction are so excited to announce our latest release Tracks, an anthology of poetry and short fiction from previous authors featured on our website (as well as a few pieces from the staff). 

It is currently available for purchase on Amazon, in paperback and Kindle version, as well as on our website (we'll even send you a signed copy!)


june 2018 -

Hello everyone! The halcyon days of summer are finally upon us and we couldn't be happier. In the next few months, we will be releasing our first anthology of poetry and as a result, we will be closing submissions until further notice. We promise to reemerge in the fall and will welcome your poetry, fiction, and everything in between for consideration.

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Current Releases


Current Releases


Tracks

 
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Tracks is a collection of brilliant poems, stories, and novel excerpts featured in The Piedmont Journal of Poetry & Fiction between 2014 and 2018. Twenty-five contributing writers are showcased, including some of the finest pieces PJPF editors have reviewed since founding the journal four years ago. Writers featured in this edition include: Bryan Harvey, Patricia Daly-Lipe, William Doreski, Barbara Ristine, Fabrice Poussin, Garrett Carlson, Jane Ellen Glasser, Cassandra Parker, Kathy Smaltz, Mitchell Grabois, Richard Rose, Caitlin Thomson, James F. Gaines, Etta Johnson, Michael Garrigan, Richard Luftig, Sarah Snyder, Ben Sloan, Mary Kay Wulf, Tamela Ritter, Brielle Perry, and Scott Davis Howard.

Tracks is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle as well as in our store (we'll even send you a signed copy!)


The Minstrel’s Tale: A Comedy of Genders

Looking for a quick, entertaining read this winter?
Check out Scott Howard’s latest, “The Minstrel’s Tale: A Comedy of Genders.”

Scott Howard is at it again, this time in epic poetry of Chaucerian couplets that’ll have you laughing out loud.

Here at PJPF, we find that it pairs nicely with Cabernet Sauvignon. Not kidding; read it to your friends. They'll thank you

Find it on Amazon.

One Knight and Two Faces

 

And in case you missed it, Scott’s prequel novella One Knight and Two Faces was released in 2017.

This short story gives readers a glance at Gawain and Mordred prior to their adventures in Three Days and Two Knights. Exciting stuff for fans of Arthurian adventures. Find it on Amazon. 

And for fans of audiobooks . . . Scott's debut novel Three Days and Two Knights is now available for download on Amazon. Find it for purchase here.