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It’s Here! The 2017 Book Links Party – #1

Welcome to our first Books Links Party post for National Poetry Month 2017. Check out these recently published poetry books. Click on the cover image for more information.           If you would like to be part of our next Book Links Party post, email us at gyroscopereview@gmail.com with a 300-dpi or better jpg of your book cover and a link to the book’s listing at the publisher’s website. To qualify, books…

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New Issue! Poetry Month Kickoff!

OUR SPRING 2017 ANNIVERSARY ISSUE IS HERE We are pleased to announce the publication of our second anniversary issue. You may purchase a print copy for $8.00 plus shipping from CreateSpace here. The spring issue will also be available on Amazon (including Amazon UK) shortly. If you have Amazon Prime, you won’t have to pay shipping! If you would like to read this in digital form, then this PDF is for you: Gyroscope Review Spring 2017 Issue 17-2.…

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The Book Links Party Continues UPDATED!

And now, for round two in our Book Links Party in honor of National Poetry Month. We offer you these titles: NEW BOOK LINK! Kai Coggin, Wingspan. Paperback, $17.00, published by Golden Dragonfly Press, available at  www.kaicoggin.com. Tina Cole, I Almost Knew You. Paperback, 48 pages, and Kindle edition, $8.60/$7.00 respectively, available on Amazon.com. Iris Jamahl Dunkle, There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air. Paperback, 96 pages, $18.00 , published by WordTech Communications and available on Amazon.com. Lois…

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Welcome to our Book Links Party!

In honor of National Poetry Month, Gyroscope Review solicited information on poetry books and chapbooks published within the last year from our friends on Facebook.  What we wanted was to share as many links as we could to poetry that deserves to be read, savored, honored. Poets work hard. They don’t always get paid. And PR for a book or chapbook of poetry is a challenge. We want to do our part to make it better…

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