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A new kind of publishing venture, serving the needs of readers and writers alike.

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 Mystery: The Nora Tierney Series

And for writers everywhere: 




Poet's Corner.  Now featuring a poem by Amy Miller.

A Lullaby
Sleep now. The city
you were building in your head,
its shouting and conveyances,
its strikers and unhelpful signs,
its cops with their stern citations,
rest. Rest the piteous call
from your sister and the words
you boiled in the pot
all day.

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What's New

News from poet Beth Morris

 Join Beth Morris who will be reading at the Shakespeare Festival in Tarrytown, NY on April 28. Beth's poem "Why did the Pigeon Cross the Road?" appears in the April edition of Artemis Journal.

NYTimes bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton hosts Madeleine Mysko on her blog

 Read Madeleine Mysko on "A 1st novel . . . in a mere 20 years.  Click here.

Lauren Small on American Public Radio's On Being Blog

Read author Lauren Small's piece "The Distance to Suffering" on American Public Radio's On Being blog.

Kathleen Asay in the News

Check out "T-Bone" by Kathleen Asay, published in the 2013 Anthology Capitol Crimes: the Best of Capitol Crimes Mystery.  See a new review of Flint House in the Granite Bay View.  And listen to an interview with Asay on "Insight with Beth Ruyak," on Capitol Radio.

Bridle Path Press Authors Win Awards

 Congratulations to M.K. Graff and The Blue Virgin, winner of first prize in the Mystery and Mayhem Award for British Cozy in the Chanticleer Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions.  For a review click here.  The Green Remains has just been short-listed for this year's Chanticleer prize.

Congratulations to Kathleen L. Asay and Flint House for winning first prize in general fiction in the 2013 annual book awards competition from the Northern California Publishers and Authors.

And congratulations to Nina Romano, whose story "The  Bagel Maker" won first prize in the South Florida Writer's Association Monthly Contest. 

New Works by Mariana Damon and Melissa Westemeier

 "Surviving the Sixties," by Mariana Damon, in Shark Reef.

Kicks like a Girl, by Melissa Westemeier.

Praise for Bridle Path Press

  "Culturally, Bridle Path Press is an important addition to the literary landscape here in North Carolina, where we seem to have a knack for producing quality mystery writers such as Margaret Maron, Vicki Lane, and of course, M.K. Graff."

--Charles Fiore, North Carolina Writers' Network

New Publications from Nina Romano

Congratulations to Nina Romano, whose Wayfarer Trilogy is forthcoming from Turner Publishing.  Nina's new poetry collection, Westward: Guided by Starfalls and Moonbows, is forthcoming in 2015 from Red Dashboard.  

Mystery Matters

Join mystery writer Marni Graff for the latest on mystery, suspense, and crime reviews.  Now featuring the second DI Lou Smith mystery by Elizabeth Haynes, BEHIND CLOSED DOORS~click here

New from M.K. Graff

Bridle Path Press is happy to announce that M.K. Graff's new novel Death Unscripted is forthcoming in 2015.  Death Unscripted, the first in the Trudy Genova series, joins Graff's succesful Nora Tierney series.

 Read Omnimystery's interview with M.K. Graff.

M.K. Graff reflects on Becoming a Writer.

Bridle Path Press in the News
Screw Iowa! in the News

Five writers found Iowa workshop to be a total bust--so they started their own network.  Read more. . .

From the Masters

Featuring Joan Murray, “Gimme a Break: On Revision and Line Breaks.     

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