- ISBN 978-1-61019-216-3
- $8.00 US paperback
- $0.99 US ebook
Sixteen tiny poems–sixteen huge hints. Take (and dispense) as needed, whether you are at home, on the road, with someone, or alone. Like a poetic Rorschach test, this witty and imaginative collection by Rose Auslander yields different insights with each read(er). What will it spark in you?
Print copies are still available to order from our shop, hosted by Big Cartel. If you live in the USA and don’t want to use PayPal, you can send a check for $9 made out to “Folded Word” with “Hints” in the comment line to: Folded Word, 79 Tracy Way, Meredith NH 03253. Unsigned copies are available from most booksellers.
- Copies may be special-ordered from most bookshops.
- Amazon is selling the print edition at a discount.
- The ebook is available in the Kindle Shop. It’s also enrolled in the MatchBook program (free if you buy the print book at Amazon) and the Kindle Unlimited program.
- You can special order from physical Barnes & Noble locations, or order from their website.
- Have used book credit at Powell’s? Use it to order a new copy from them.
- To look behind the scenes and see how this chapbook was made, please visit JS Graustein’s Flickr set. You may read sample poems in the photographs.
ROSE AUSLANDER lives with her husband and daughters in Brooklyn. She is Poetry Editor of Folded Word Press and Editor of unFold Magazine. She is the author of two chapbooks from Finishing Line Press, Folding Water (2013) and The Dolphin in the Gowanus (2014). She is also the co-editor of the anthology, On A Narrow Windowsill: Fiction and Poetry Folded onto Twitter (Folded Word, 2010). She has read her poems on NPR; her poem “For You Mothers” received a Pushcart nomination, and her “Oh My” received a Best of the Net nomination. Also look for Rose’s work in Sliver of Stone, cur-ren-cy, Right Hand Pointing, Blue Fifth Review, Referential Magazine, Cyclamens and Swords, The Dead Mule, Eye Socket Journal, and the Red Dirt Review. For updates, follow Rose’s blog: roseauslander.wordpress.com
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
“Both domestic and imaginative, dark and funny, the small poems in HINTS take us home and away, giving us instructions we didn’t know we needed.”
–Christy Crutchfield, author of HOW TO CATCH A COYOTE (Publishing Genius Press, 2014)