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Francine
by Ricker Winsor

a visual biography done over twenty years. The pictures tell a very clear story not only of a beautiful French woman, now an American citizen

Ricker Winsor is a photographer, writer, painter, blues musician. His books published by Mud Flat Press are Pakuwon City, The Painting of My Life and Tic Tok: Poems.

This is Me, Debbi, David

a novel with bonus nine short stories

by Alec Clayton

Debbi Mason is a self-declared loudmouth, fun loving, rabble rousing, perverse woman. David Parker says he has always been something of a nebbish little mama’s boy who never took a chance on anything in his entire life. When Debbi breaks up with David and runs off with a man she thinks can provide wealth and security, Debbi and David each embark on adventures that are, in turn, romantic, funny, enlightening and scary—adventures that take them from the French Quarter in New Orleans, to Dallas, and to New York City’s East Village. And into their own hearts.

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From rough draft to finished book, Mud Flat Press helps  authors with:

    • editing
    • interior design
  • cover art
  • and more!

In addition to book publishing, Mud Flat Press publishes short stories by invitation.

The Bar Stool in the Sky – by Leah Mueller

A Hard Rain (‘s a-Gonna Fall) – by Christian Carvajal

Emmolene’s Bones – by Jack Butler

My Otter – by Ricker Winsor

Akiko’s Last Fight – by Alec Clayton

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