Monday, January 31, 2011

This Week at No Tell Motel

Jessy Randall has a face full of ectoplasm and no one to cry to this week at No Tell Motel.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

No Tell Books Author Signings Schedule

NTB authors will be signing their books throughout the AWP conference. Come by table D7 (shared with Bloof Books) and meet them. Also, don't forget that every book you purchase earns you an entry in the LOTTERY.


11am - 1pm: Jill Alexander Essbaum, author of Harlot
1pm - 3pm: PF Potvin, author of The Attention Lesson
3pm - 5pm: Karl Parker, author of PERSONATIONSKIN


10am - Noon: Reb Livingston, author of God Damsel
1pm - 3pm: Bruce Covey, author of Glass Is Really a Liquid and Elapsing Speedway Organism
3pm - 5pm: Laurel Snyder, author of The Myth of the Simple Machines


11am - Noon: Lea Graham, signing broadsides for her upcoming book, Hough & Helix & Where & Here & You, You, You
Noon - 2pm: Shafer Hall, author of Never Cry Woof
2pm - 4pm: Hugh Behm-Steinberg, author of Shy Green Fields


$2 and/or every book purchased enters you to win...
...the entire catalogs of BLOOF, COOPER DILLON & NO TELL BOOKS!

Visit Bloof & No Tell at Table D7
or Cooper Dillon at B10
during the AWP Bookfair.

Every book purchased and/or 2$ donation gets you another ticket!
Random drawing to be held Saturday, February 5.*

*Entries accepted via bookfair tables only, but you need not be present at time of drawing to win.
Prizes will be shipped (to single winning address) after the conference. Stop by for more info
or to gaze upon the goods. We have no idea if this raffle is legal, so don't tell any cops!


From Cooper Dillon Books:

Wonderfull Yeare by Nate Pritts
Haunts by Laura Cherry
Pretty, Rooster by Clay Matthews
The Devastation by Jill Alexander Essbaum
They Speak of Fruit by Gary L. McDowell

from No Tell Books:

Shy Green Fields by Hugh Behm-Steinberg
Glass Is Really a Liquid by Bruce Covey
Elapsing Speedway Organism by Bruce Covey
Harlot by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Never Cry Woof by Shafer Hall
God Damsel by Reb Livingston
The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel - Second Floor edited by Reb Livingston & Molly Arden
The Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel edited by Reb Livingston & Molly Arden
Wanton Textiles by Reb Livingston & Ravi Shankar
Cadaver Dogs by Rebecca Loudon
Navigate, Amelia Earhart's Letters Home by Rebecca Loudon
The Attention Lesson by PF Potvin
The Myth of the Simple Machines by Laurel Snyder

From Bloof Books:

The Mystery of the Hidden Driveway by Jennifer L. Knox
Poetry! Poetry! Poetry! by Peter Davis
Good Morning Romantics by Shanna Compton
Warsaw Bikini by Sandra Simonds
For Girls (& Others) by Shanna Compton
Down Spooky by Shanna Compton
Drunk by Noon by Jennifer L. Knox
My Zorba by Danielle Pafunda
A Gringo Like Me by Jennifer L. Knox

Plus awesome swag!

Monday, January 24, 2011

This Week at No Tell Motel

Brian Spears thinks about writing you a recommendation a veggie burger this week at No Tell Motel.

Monday, January 17, 2011

This Week at No Tell Motel

Alan King walks through the frame of the painting where Marvin Gaye’s banner hung this week at No Tell Motel.

Monday, January 10, 2011

This Week at No Tell Motel

Tamiko Beyer crowds with ghost ships and torch this week at No Tell Motel.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Glass Is Really a Liquid Reviewed at NewPages

The poems in Glass Is Really a Liquid define particular moments of our lives and identities with original, uncanny precision (“the picnic part of you”; “you like it all, wish to travel / With the smoke of the blown candles wishing // This fabulous birthday wasn’t someone else’s last”). And they capture the absurdities of our reality, well, absurdly: “Breezes the train I can reach I can clip the hedge quickly, the / one with whom we are timorous & chafing tuff tonight. Which / one’s art’s? The circle at the end of the lap.”).

Read entire review by Sima Rabinowitz here

Glass Is Really a Liquid by Bruce Covey
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Monday, January 3, 2011

This Week at No Tell Motel

Cindy Savett has no ribs no palms no weight of blood this week at No Tell Motel.