Salon Style: Fiction, Poetry and Art

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162
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About this ebook

Salon Style is a collection of writers, poets, and artists with unique voices and incredible vision in diverse genres such as Gothic/Horror, Sci-Fi, Women’s Lit, and Americana. Salon Style features stories by emerging writers M.P. Diederich, Dan Ress, Casey Ellis (Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond), Jack Bates, Lucy Black, and established writers John Rodzvilla, John Vicary, Stefanie Freele, and P.J. Schaefer (Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness). It includes works by notable poets Michele Seminara, Reymond Drew, and Mike Algera. Salon Style also features art by NLSP veterans Nathan Mark Phillips (Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South) and Michael Tice (Retrospective). Illustrations by Carrion House, photography by Jessica Hoard, and drawings by Sarah-Jean Krahn complete this varied collection.

About the author

Brian Centrone is the co-editor of Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South. He is the author of two short story collections: I Voted for Biddy Schumacher: Mismatched Tales from the Mind of Brian Centrone and Erotica, and of the debut novel, An Ordinary Boy. His fiction and poetry have appeared in anthologies and literary journals while four of his one-act plays have been produced on the stage as part of The National Endowment for the Arts' The Big Read programming. He has an MA in Novel Writing from The University of Manchester (UK).

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