June is LGBTQ Pride Month- And We’re Celebrating
Save 40% on Digital Gryphon Publishing Poetic Publications
The following titles of poetic prose and Pride lyrics are available at incredible discounts in honour of LGBTQ Pride Month.
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- Discount code was valid through Friday, June 30, 2017;
- The first two titles are also available as Kindle-compatible eBooks (this discount does not apply);
- The first two titles are also available as Hardcover books at Blurb (this discount does not apply).
In Pursuit Of A Dream:
Poetic Prose by Brian D Gryphon
Born near the end of the ‘Baby Boomer Era’, Brian grew up in south-western Ontario. Living in a village of 1,000 people in the 70’s he knew he was ‘different’ – and not just in sexual orientation. Moving back to Toronto (his birthplace) as quickly after graduation as he could, he did more than his fair share to celebrate life as a gay person and promote ‘sexual rebellion’. But some nights he found his pen mightier than, well, his sword. Some of the selections in this volume were written in one or another neighbourhood bar or in one of Toronto’s bath houses.
40 pages; 5″x8″ – now available at CreateSpace.
Poetic Prose by Jason Beilchick
Growing up gay in rural Pennsylvania, Jason adopted a ‘Goth’ appearance to survive high school. Mourning the loss of his father to cancer just as he entered his teen years, Jason wrote out much of the material collected in this volume during the 1990s. Of his work he says “everything I have written tells a story of who I am; if you read these poems and you find they hurt your feelings that wasn’t my intention.”
74 pages; 6″x9″ – now available at CreateSpace.
Echoes of My Lips:
Poetic Prose by Michael Harding
A collection of poetry and poetic prose composed during the 1970s when the author was in his 20s. It is a reflection of the times, while also timeless commentary on life, love and sex. Michael described his work as his “internal journey. It is the honest — and sometimes painful — expression of my love. A place beyond any scorn. This book has been compiled so that it may be shared with you, my brothers. I search also, and give you joyfully what I know”
48 pages; 6″x9″ – now available at CreateSpace
Pioneers of the gay folk music scene, Ron Romanovsky & Paul Phillips began their career at San Francisco’s ‘Valencia Rose Cafe’ as the musical break for Gay Comedy Open Mic Night. Over the next two decades they toured across the nation as well as abroad and released a number of albums which are available again at their Official Web-site.
“Romanovsky and Phillips came flying across the gender spectrum in brave form. Queer, feminist, outrageous, funny, tender. Congratulations on 30 years of daring work.“
54 pages; 7.5″x9.25″ – now available at CreateSpace