Dead Letter Press featured in The Washington Post

Dead Letter Press was recently featured in the Washington Post article "Michael Dirda on Unearthing Ghostly Tales of Today" (Sunday, 12-21-2008, Book World section, page 10). In his article, Dirda, a Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and former editor of Book World, mentions Dead Letter Press as being one of several fine independent publishers, and recommends two books we recently published:

Bound for Evil: Curious Tales of Books Gone Bad and the Rhys Hughes novel Engelbrecht Again!. Click on the link above to read the archived article at the Washigton Post website.

4 comments:

batglynn said...

That's some excellent publicity Tom, and what a cool and well read venue to be noticed and appreciated in! Congratulations,I'm really pleased for you and Rhys!

Tom English said...

Thanks, Glynn. This WP exposure coupled with the excellent review of THE KING OF DEADTOWN has helped a lot to improve my year. Here's to a great 2009 for both of us.

Terri Nixon said...

This is exciting news! Congratulations, Tom! Proud to have been part of BFE!

Tom English said...

Thanks, Terri. Couldn't have done it without you and the other fine writers. I hope BFE gets more notice in the months ahead.