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NEPHEW, a new imprint series from Mud Luscious Press.

February 17, 2011 \am\28 11:33 am

“Nephew, an imprint of Mud Luscious Press, publishes raw & aggressive pocket-sized titles in limited-editions of 150 copies or for a sales period of three months, whichever comes first. There will be no subsequent editions.” Their first title is Darby Larson’s The Iguana Complex.

Ten bucks, get yours.

[And if I can say without saying that rare is the publisher publishing the wild such as this, everyone is so afraid, Darby Larson’s not afraid, maybe he is afraid of iguanas but he’s not afraid of the words, MLP is not afraid, Nephew is definitely not afraid, Nephew is putting it in your face and all you have to do is not be afraid; this language is a beauty to be felt and spoken.]


  1. February 18, 2011 \pm\28 2:39 pm 2:39 pm

    Isn’t the point to get more people to read your work? Like, hopefully, more than 150 if at all possible? It’s an interesting idea, I just don’t get it…

  2. February 18, 2011 \pm\28 5:54 pm 5:54 pm

    lovely reading, ani. thank you!

  3. February 19, 2011 \am\28 11:12 am 11:12 am

    glad you liked it, darby. i wasn’t sure if you would! could have been weird hearing girl voice read you. :) it was so melodic, it begged.

    leslye, i think this way words that wouldn’t normally get the chance to get in front of eyes, will. 150 is not a number i’d scoff at. cost-effective, elite-feeling, everyone gets paid, uniqueness gets out, seems nice.

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