Virgogray Press is currently seeking credited writers to read and review our work. We are open to all types of critique and review. Those interested in reviewing our titles will receive a free .pdf file via e-mail. Should VGP decide to publish your review on our website, we will send you a copy of the title you reviewed. We cannot offer monetary pay, but do hope to gain a perspective from the literary world and our peers. The following is a list of books currently available for review:
NO FEAR by Doctori Sadisco In the Broken Things by Gillian Prew Vegas Implosions by Chris D’Errico By the Banks of the Ajoy Jaideb Vanishes into the Blue by Subhankar Das Elektra’s Mouth by Suzi Kaplan Olmsted
Please enclose a cover letter, brief bio and physical mailing address. Let us know which title you are interested in reviewing. There is a limit of two titles per submission. We look forward to hearing from those interested in dissecting the art of writing, an effort to grow the layers of understanding in the literature we present.
After a recent inventory, we thought to share the current list of titles “in-stock” with Virgogray Press. As you may have noted from our “Chapbooks and Collections” page, most of our stock is currently out of print. We do not have a formal electronic way of purchasing our titles online just yet (except through our printer- see below). So if you are interested in having any of these titles as a member of your collection, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Please note some of these titles are extremely limited. The editions as such will be out of print once they are sold out. Our newest titles are available online for purchase from our printer, lulu.com. Visit our online bookstore to view the current catalog. Virgogray Books.
1. Vegas Implosions by Chris D’Errico (2nd edition)
2. By the Banks of the Ajoy, Jaideb Vanishes into the Blue by Subhankar Das
3. Carcinogenic Poetry Anthology Vol. 1
4. NO FEAR by Doctori Sadisco
5. Limbo by Michael Aaron Casares (2nd edition)
6. Sad Height by Jacob Gray
7. Nothing. No One. Nowhere. No. 2
8. The Terrorist by Michael Aaron Casares
9. Dear Bela Poetry Anthology
10. VGP National Petry Month Anthology
Virgogray Press is proud to present the latest collection of poems by Gillian Prew, In the Broken Things. Fans of Prew’s work will be delighted with this gathering of verse which brings together a series of poems inspired by dreams and a series of abstracts. Gillian Prew is adept at the art of poetry, as displayed by her subtle, yet masterful use of language, literary device and images. Gillian, quite organically, spins sophisticated verse with an artistry that is familiar to the common reader. Prew is not afraid to present or ask the questions and issues most secularized and jaded by the hackneyed marriage of creativity/art and business: those being love, sex, and the questions of life. It is her approach to these staples of philosophical and poetic thought that curves the expectation. The tone of many of these pieces is a sobering and dulcet mix, but it is this realistic expression that offers a nostalgic response not lustered by pretense. In The Broken Things by Gillian Prew is real verse, by one of this generations quietest and best, unknown poets; an illumination into the soul, a captured essence of the human condition.