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2016 Chapbook Contest: Week 17 Review

Hi everyone–we’ve got more pictures of beautiful people!

Smiling Faces (continued!)

We’ve got some pics from This Lil Lit Fest and beyond!

 

Much love, and see you next week ❤
-Christopher

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We’ll have a new Tavern post each Wednesday, giving an inside look at the N! process, so stay tuned for more updates!

Here’s the Week Sixteen Review of our Chapbook Contest (happy faces!)
The Week Fifteen Review (shipments + happy faces!)
The Week Fourteen Review
(shipments + happy faces!)
The Week Thirteen Review
 (shipments + upcoming readings)
The Week Twelve Review
(chaps + giving thanks!)
The Week Eleven Review (Bob’s video poem)
The Week Ten Review (Emily’s video poem)
The Week Nine Review (Elle’s video poem)
The Week Eight Review (covers revealed + presales!)
The Week Seven Review
(final editing for proofs)
The Week Six Review
 (major editing)
The Week Five Review
 (featured finalists)
The Week Four Review (judging winners)
The Week Three Review  (judging finalists)
The Week Two Review (reading chapbooks)
The Week One Review (initial contest results)

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Filed under: 2016 chapbook contest, N! News, Poetry, Uncategorized

About the Author

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Christopher Morgan is a Lebanese American prose poet who grew up in Detroit, the Bible Belt of Georgia, and the San Francisco Bay Area, where he currently lives and co-manages Nostrovia! Press. The author of two chapbooks, “Shadow Songs” (Sad Spell Press 2015) and “Fables with Fangs” (Ghost City Press 2016), and the Reviews Coordinator at Alien Mouth, his work has been published at Gargoyle, A cappella Zoo, Voicemail Poems, Bartleby Snopes, DOGZPLOT, and Fruita Pulp, among others. He loves hiking in the redwoods, aphorisms, and happy hour margaritas.

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