Since the summer of 2018 we’ve been sending out an email newsletter called Perfidy Press Pronouncements (now Provocations) to subscribers more or less once a month. Most have some sort of a literary theme, but they’ve been known to ramble in the weeds of cultural trends, political currents, environmental issues, pandemic musings, and blatant marketeering.
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- Becoming a Bookseller to Beat the Odds (January 18, 2022)
- Remembering Forgotten Lore (November 14, 2021)
- “The freedom and exhilaration of moral insensibility” (October 25, 2021)
- The “Beautiful Madness” that is Exarcheia (September 10, 2021)
- Bringing Home the Bacon (August 18, 2021)
- It’s Only Money (July 18, 2021)
- Masters of Florid(ian) Political Prose (June 4, 2021)
- A Penny for Your Ism (May 20, 2021)
- The Gripes of Roth (April 5, 2021)
- Random Notes of the Season (March 23, 2021)
- Getting the Better of a Protagonist and Vice Versa (February 19, 2021)
- Looking Behind and Beyond the Sacking of the Capitol (January 8, 2021)
From Perfidy Press Provocations, a quasi-monthly newsletter
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