Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Little Press that Could

Bellevue Literary Press, run out of New York University School of Medicine, produced TINKERS (Paul Harding), an exquisite little book that managed to snag this year's Pulitzer Prize. Yeah, that's old news. What isn't is the novel's journey from abandoned manuscript to its current exalted status.

I ordered TINKERS last week, totally unaware it was a contender, just doing my share to keep DEBUT authors publishing with SMALL PRESSES in the limelight.

Check out the Bellevue Literary Review as well. A fabulous literary magazine dealing with health, in the literal and metaphorical senses.

Peace, Linda


  1. I'm going to have to check this out now. Like you I believe that we have to support debut authors and the people that publish them.