Terror House Press is pleased to announce the release of its 22nd book: Bergman’s Island and Other Poems by Ralph Monday, a poetry chapbook focusing on American culture, nostalgia, 20th century history, and other subjects. Originally published as an e-book by Poetry Repairs in 2017, Bergman’s Island and Other Poems has been out of print for some time, and Terror House is proud to bring it back into print for a new audience. For more information about Bergman’s Island and Other Poems, you can peruse the excerpts we’ve published here or listen to our interview with Monday here.
To celebrate the re-release, both the paperback and e-book editions of Bergman’s Island and Other Poems are on sale this weekend only. The paperback edition is on sale for 20 percent off (regular price: $9.95), while the e-book edition is on sale for 45 percent off (regular price: $2.99). These deals are only available if you purchase the book directly from Terror House Press. In addition to this, you can purchase the e-book from Terror House Press using a credit card or cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Dash).
- Click here to purchase the paperback edition of Bergman’s Island and Other Poems (use coupon code “MONDAY” for 20 percent off).
- Click here to purchase the e-book edition.
This sale ends on Sunday, April 4.
Earlier this week, Terror House newsletter subscribers received a coupon code offering 25 percent off if they pre-ordered the paperback. For future sales as well as Terror House news, sign up for the official Terror House newsletter by clicking here.
In addition, you can purchase the paperback and e-book editions of Bergman’s Island and Other Poems from the following retailers:
If you’d like a review copy of the book, email me at admin [at] terrorhousepress [dot] com using the subject line “Bergman’s Island and Other Poems Review Copy.” All reviewers will receive e-book copies in ePub, MOBI, and PDF format. If you would like a physical review copy, please provide your mailing address. Please allow two to four weeks for delivery.
Cross-posted at Terror House Press.