Houston: Press Release
Houston: Press Release – For immediate release, August 16, 2017. SAINT JULIAN PRESS, INC., is honored and excited to announce that we will publish – dreamland trash – by Dylan Krieger, in the spring of 2018.
“This is the opposite of a sophomore slump. Like the latest subatomic experiments in above-the-speed-of-light velocity, for a fraction of a second, when the same particle is in two places at the same time, Dylan Krieger will be there and elsewhere. As if Giving Godhead weren't good enough, suddenly she hits out past light-years of stratospheres and reproductive insanities of biology back to the "invertebrate mother" and the lunacy of a planet organized largely around humanoid self-destruction. The scale becomes both precise and enormous, echoes of things heard as if through water in a glass. You will have to think about the sound of it all for a few days, it is both so familiar and so volatile. dreamland trash is one of the most perfect IED’s ever made.”
~ Thomas Simmons
Dylan Krieger is a divining rod of ungodly proportions in south Louisiana. She lives in a little brick house with a feline reincarnation of Catherine the Great and sun–lights as a trade mag editor. She earned her BA in English and philosophy from the University of Notre Dame and her MFA in creative writing from Louisiana State University, where she won the Robert Penn Warren Award in 2015. She is also the author of Giving Godhead (Delete Press) –– dubbed “the best collection of poetry to appear in English in 2017” by the New York Times Book Review––and No Ledge Left To Love (Ping-Pong Free Press). Find her at www.dylankrieger.com.
Ron Starbuck is an author, poet, the Publisher-CEO of Saint Julian Press, and an Episcopalian. with certain Buddhist leanings who values comparative literature and literary dialogues in many forms.
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