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Our Latest Acquisitions and Releases

Our latest release is Women of the Year by Karen Richard. In each month of 2015, Karen Richard wrote a story that focuses on an event during that month that impacts the life of an ordinary woman in an extraordinary way. Women of the Year deftly weaves together humor and poignant observation with pointed social […]

Our Latest Acquisitions

We’ve rounded out our 2016 schedule with a pair of books that delve into the authors’ cultural heritages in very different ways. Worn Masks by Phyllis Carito is a novella about a woman who takes on a journey of solving the mysteries that surrounded her family. Mary Grace as a child had always felt isolated. […]

Our Latest Acquisitions

We are pleased to announce the addition of a pair of short story collections, a poetry collection, and a collection of short stories and poetry to GusGus’s 2016 publication schedule. Elaine Burnes is no stranger to Bedazzled Ink. We published her first story, “A Perfect Life,” in the anthology Skulls & Crossbones: Tales of Women […]

Our Latest Releases

GusGus has been busy since we opened the doors in September. We brought over a pair of poetry books from Bedazzled Ink and they fit right in their new home. A Cowboy Tradition: Poems From the Heart is T.K. Galarneau’s debut book of poetry of family and the cowboy way of life that defined her […]

New From GusGus

The first offerings from GusGus Press are from authors who have also been published by Bedazzled Ink. Our cowboy poet, T.K. Galarneau has a new volume of poems and stories, Meadow Muffins in the Trail: Dodging Life’s Little Disasters. From relating tales about her beloved horse Dusty Rose to reminiscences about friends and family, Meadow […]

Call for Submissions

Bedazzled Ink is launching GusGus Press with a call for submissions for an anthology Haunting Muses to be published in time for Halloween 2016. We’re looking for fiction, poems, or creative non-fiction of ghosts, dead or living in the sense of remembered lovers, family, or friends who somehow haunt or linger. So take a look […]