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Download Issue #9 (Revised)

Last month’s issue #9 has been slightly revised, and thus has been re-posted.


Enjoy! It’s a  great read.

Save the Date! Thurs. April 3, 2014, 7pm

Hello, friends!

Mark your calendars. It’s looking like we’ll be having an EWP reading in Long, Beach, California in a little over two weeks.

We’ll have copies of All the Rage and EWP 8 on hand. More importantly, we’ve already got a fantastic line-up of featured readers, TBA with official details later this week. If you’re local, consider joining us for the open mic or to hear some great work from other local writers.

In other news, you may still submit for Issue 9, which is set for a late March release. We are accepting poetry, flash fiction, and visual/cover art (any form, including photography).

EDIT: The reading took place at Gatsby Books. We had a wonderful time, friends. Thanks to all who joined us!

EWP Bookmarks

All the Rage, Weekend Sale: January 3 – January 5, 2014

All the Rage is available at discounted rates this weekend!

Limited Edition Purple: http://electricwindmill.storenvy.com/products/4724455-limited-purple-print-edition-all-the-rage-by-kevin-ridgeway

Standard Blue Edition: http://electricwindmill.storenvy.com/products/2089358-print-edition-all-the-rage-by-kevin-ridgeway

E-Book: http://electricwindmill.storenvy.com/products/4406722-e-book-all-the-rage-by-kevin-ridgeway

“All the Rage” and Other EWP Happenings

All the Rage, Kevin RidgewayDear Friends,

If you read our issues or follow us on Twitter or Facebook, it’s likely you already know about our recent chapbook release, “All the Rage” by Kevin Ridgeway.

For those who haven’t read Kevin’s work, skim through our issues, or punch “Kevin Ridgeway + poems” into Google. You’re bound find something in his work that you will enjoy. We’ve heard such great feedback about the book so far.

From writer, JL Martindale:
“ Although All the Rage, Kevin Ridgeway’s collection of poetry, is fun, there is nothing light about it. The poems are ghetto fabulous, traipsing humble hipster landscapes, stalking beat ghosts like a character out of a Salinger novel seeking meaning. The poems in this collection will make you laugh and then choke on your sudden inhale of harsh epiphanies that taste like burnt coffee and stale cigarette smoke. I suggest you be a little selfish this holiday season and purchase this collection for yourself. Wrap it up and sign the card, “from Santa.”

Or, get to know Kevin a bit in his recent interview with Catfish McDaris of ppigpenn.

You can pick up a copy of Kevin’s work from us in our online shop:

Also, our next chapbook is coming soon! Keep an eye out for “The Old Masters” by Jeffrey Graessley. It will be available at the below link early on in 2014.

Next up is Issue #8. Until then, enjoy our recently shared archive posts on Twitter!


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    Scorpio by Thomas R. Thomas
    Poetry Chapbook / Free Download
    Publisher: Carnival

    Burn through Today by Kevin Ridgeway
    Poetry Chapbook / $7.00
    Publisher: Flutter Press