How do we sound?

This morning, in anticipation of this package arriving today I thought of three pieces of news to include in this blog post. I don’t remember them now. So instead let’s focus on the unboxing of our new Fifine K683A microphone. If you want to hear some cat and Parisian Phoenix babble, which gets interrupted byContinue reading “How do we sound?”

Looking forward to this weekend’s Lehigh Valley Book Festival

Parisian Phoenix Publishing Company is starting to get very excited about the upcoming Lehigh Valley Book Festival this Saturday. The free, open to the public and family event will feature a cornucopia of authors across genres. The link in the first paragraph will take you to their web page. Just the vendor expo alone— happeningContinue reading “Looking forward to this weekend’s Lehigh Valley Book Festival”

Weekend events: March 26

March 26, 2022 will be a busy day for the team at Parisian Phoenix. Founders Angel Ackerman and Gayle Hendricks will attend the Lehigh Valley Book Festival, sponsored by Bethlehem Area Public Library and Let’s Play Books in Emmaus. The event will take place at the library. For more information on Lehigh Valley Book Festival,Continue reading “Weekend events: March 26”

A night at the Stick Figure Open Mic

Tonight several members of the Parisian Phoenix community (publisher Angel Ackerman, poet Darrell Parry, editor Nancy Scott and anthology contributor and artist Maryann Riker) attended the Stick Figure Poetry Open Mic hosted by Darrell on the third Thursday of the month at Mary Meuser Memorial Library. Amid green cupcakes, we enjoyed poetry and prose fromContinue reading “A night at the Stick Figure Open Mic”

Parisian Phoenix announcements, including our involvement as a vendor at Lehigh Valley Book Festival March 26

Today brought with it more excitement than anticipated. We knew about the impending time change— which gets harder as we all get older, at least around here. Then came the snow storm that dropped about 4 inches of precipitation in about an hour. But despite the chaos, a UPS truck pulled up in the unplowedContinue reading “Parisian Phoenix announcements, including our involvement as a vendor at Lehigh Valley Book Festival March 26”

Our own Darrell Parry featured in The Lafayette student newspaper

The Lafayette, the student newspaper at Lafayette College, featured Darrell Parry and his poetry book, Twists: Gathered Ephemera in their recent edition. See the article here: https://lafayettestudentnews.com/130103/arts/college-store-manager-published-book/ In other publicity news, The Valley Ledger posted a list of upcoming Parisian Phoenix events and news: https://www.thevalleyledger.com/?p=111328

Welcome to the Hurricane

Parisian Phoenix Publishing Company has six books— yes, six— books currently on the market and a seventh that might be out by the end of the week. One of the reasons this publisher loves Barnes and Noble is because they allow you to search for and display books by the publisher. Earlier this week, IContinue reading “Welcome to the Hurricane”

Jake not from State Farm

Two official big announcements from the Parisian Phoenix universe today: 1. Not an Able-Bodied White Man With Money, the nonfiction anthology of essays, poetry and artwork about life in the Lehigh Valley if you’re a person with a marginalized identity, officially goes on sale today. It’s our seventh live title since we launched Parisian PhoenixContinue reading “Jake not from State Farm”

Tonight: 8 p.m. Eastern Time, Darrell Parry hosts virtual launch of poetry book, TWISTS.

With the support of Lehigh Valley Poetry, Parisian Phoenix’s first poet, Darrell Parry, will present a virtual book launch of his full-length poetry manuscript, TWISTS: GATHERED EPHEMERA at 8 p.m. on Zoom.t For more Information, see the Facebook event here. Darrell also runs the monthly open mic Stick Figure Poetry at Mary Meuser Memorial LibraryContinue reading “Tonight: 8 p.m. Eastern Time, Darrell Parry hosts virtual launch of poetry book, TWISTS.”

An exciting Thursday— a new volume of Fashion & Fiends, a new poem and a new author

Today a new author joined Parisian Phoenix — nonagenarian Charles Ticho will allow our little boutique press to publish his memoir, Stops along the Way which chronicles his experiences from childhood in Europe through the Holocaust and into his life and career in the United States. The book provides such a rich look at JewishContinue reading “An exciting Thursday— a new volume of Fashion & Fiends, a new poem and a new author”