Friday, July 10, 2020

Gargoyle 74

will include "Two Shopping Carts" & "WDF 964." Thank you, Richard & Co.!

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

New World Writing

has accepted five pieces from my manuscript OR for publication--it's always wonderful to work with a journal founded by Frederick Barthelme & senior edited by Kim Chinquee.


*Update* The pieces are live!

Friday, June 19, 2020

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

ENTROPY

has published an interview regarding This Is A City--thanks again, Joe! It's a pleasure to be a part of this lovely community space.

Friday, June 12, 2020

This Is A City

is officially released! I once again want to thank Kathryn Rantala, Cooper Renner, Harold Bowes, Kim Chinquee, Ryan Ridge, & everyone involved for their tremendous support--here's the ordering link: http://ravennapress.com/books/this-is-a-city/

ARC's (PDF format) are available for reviewing purposes--please comment below or email thisisanareacode@gmail.com if interested.

Monday, June 8, 2020

It's Publication Week!

This Is A City comes out this Friday (6/12) from Ravenna Press. Thank you to Kim Chinquee & Ryan Ridge for the generous blurbs.

“This Is A City is a world of genius parts. Like puzzle pieces, each inhabiting its own beauty, making an expansive whole. Each we, each you, each I in this universe adds to the collective whole of this book, along with each thrilling detail. The normal everyday lives of these characters become not normal, not everyday, but full of linguistic and extraordinary surprises. In this book, Parker Tettleton creates a new and original collage of worlds, of words, a lovely and refreshing mix, a geographical twist.” – Kim Chinquee, author of Wetsuit and Shot Girls

“From the brilliant and mad mind of Parker Tettleton comes This Is A City, a sprawling metropolis of postmodern prose poems constructed out of the building blocks of life: desire and love latticed with interminable strangeness and vegan cuisine. If this book were an actual city, I’d pack my bags fast and speed through the night towards it, but since it’s not I’ll reread it instead.”—Ryan Ridge, author of American Homes and New Bad News

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Hobart

has accepted two pieces from OR for publication in August--thanks, Paul & co.! It's always a thrill to work with this wonderful online journal & book publisher.