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free book : Basho Has Left the Building

Started by colin stewart jones, July 07, 2012, 01:38:08 AM

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http://en.calameo.com/books/0015253703a8a8c57e97c

Gean Tree Press likes to do things a little differently so we are making this book available to read for free.
We do have a suggested price and hope that if you enjoy the book you will make a donation.

http://notesfromthegean.com/nftg/support-us.html

All proceeds go to keeping Notes from the Gean and other Gean Tree Press projects.
It is our hope to produce quality haiku books in prints and electronic formats

Colin Stewart Jones
Gean Tree Press
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bear us in mind for your work

Colin Stewart Jones
Editor
Notes from the Gean: monthly haiku journal

www.geantreepress.com

colin stewart jones

now available to buy in e-pub format

download for all devices and own forever for just $2.99 here

http://www.epubbud.com/book.php?g=5UHN88YD

colin stewart jones
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bear us in mind for your work

Colin Stewart Jones
Editor
Notes from the Gean: monthly haiku journal

www.geantreepress.com

colin stewart jones

What people are saying about this book:

"A wonderful read and the design is superb!" -- Vida Ilieva

"Great work! A breath of fresh air. I hope this breaks out of the JSF niche market and hits the mainstream." -- Brendan Slater

" A powerful collection—innovative, sublime, raw, beautiful. Great work..."
-- George Swede.

"There's something bitingly fresh and clear about everything emanating from Colin Stewart Jones, and this fine work is no exception. I am splashed by his unexpected 'take' on things, his insight that makes me gasp at an inner level, and so to smile... I haven't finished reading 'Basho Has Left The Building' yet. Perhaps I'll just keep wandering around in there." -- Kathy Earsman
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bear us in mind for your work

Colin Stewart Jones
Editor
Notes from the Gean: monthly haiku journal

www.geantreepress.com

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