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Design of the Week | Disorder Press



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Being an indie-pub can be a tough, but exponentially rewarding gig. I thought it would be nice to give a shoutout to the hot upcoming publisher on the scene, Disorder Pressa sibling owned literary press based out of New Orleans and New York City run by Mik Grantham and Joseph Grantham.

In their own words, Disorder Press aims to "publish books that defy the trappings of most dinner party conversations. We don't get invited to those kinds of parties, anyway."

Their latest release by the talented working-class poet-hero, Bud Smith, is a real knockout. Dust Bunny City (enhanced with drawings by Bud's wife, Rae Buleri) is a poetic novella that finds "tenderness in a harsh world." Do yourself a favor and take that walk through Dust Bunny City with Bud Smith and the kind folks at Disorder Press.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 22 March, 2017 Bud Smith, Design of the Week, Disorder Press, Dust Bunny City | 0 comments
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