Roberto Roldan does a fantastic job showcasing the Street Lit authors in this Sunday's Austin American-Statesman. Pick up a copy this weekend (7/31/16), or visit the live version now, with links to the group's work, and insights into the role of writing in our lives. Great work, Roberto! Thanks for the time and care you put into the story. And thanks from me to the Street Lit authors! You all rock!
Photo: Austin American-Statesman
Great news breaking: Jackie Dana continues to amaze. Indie Authors T-shirts are on sale now, w/proceeds donated to Street Lit!
Jackie officially rocks--you should order t-shirts for all your friends and family, then hop over to www.jackiedana.com and check out her novel, "By Moonrise," and her latest short story release, "Solid as a Rock." Great stuff from a great human.
Order here: http://jackiedana.com/t-shirt-orders/
This is a short-term (as of July 22, 2016) local operation, and orders must be picked up--they won't be shipped. Put my name, "Barry Maxwell" in the comments as your pickup person, and we'll arrange to get your new shirt(s!) on your back asap.
Thanks, Jackie, and thanks Indie Publishing Austin!
Jennifer Michelle Jones, a Street Lit badass and proprietor of The Hostile Takeover blog, has offered up this touching letter. Though she addresses it to me, I believe it could be as properly addressed to all the Street Lit authors, to all those who’ve helped us along, and as encouragement to anyone with a desire to write (or make any kind of art). Above all, Jennifer’s words confirm the value of community in our lives. Thank you, Jenny, for this, and for your presence in the group and out in the world.
Happy to announce that Jennifer Michelle Jones, a Street Lit author and all-around champ, has opened the doors to a brand new blog, "The Hostile Takeover."
Go enjoy her inaugural post at:
T. Woodward, a Street Lit Authors Club mainstay, lands the front page of The Challenger, Austin's official street newspaper. Visit the Challenger online here: www.challengernewspaper.org. Keep an eye out for distributors and make a donation in return for your own copy. They work hard for a great paper -- show your appreciation!