—— New from Mud Flat Press ——
Born to Go
a memoir by Charlie Berger
with Erin Donahue
“Whether you are an adventure junkie, an exotic animal lover or just appreciate a darn good yarn, read Born To Go, a memoir by veterinarian Charlie Berger. A larger-than-life personality himself, Charlie’s exploits will leave you positively breathless as you skitter across the globe with him on long-distance sled dog races or white-water paddles. From raising wolves in Vermont to treating leopards. From playing stickball in Brooklyn to lecturing about Darwin on Viking cruises. Nothing about Charlie Berger is ordinary so don’t be surprised to find his life story, (extra)ordinary as well.”
− Skip Sturman, free-lance writer, world traveler, retired director of Career Services at Dartmouth College
This is why Mud Flat Press is so excited to announce the publication of Charlie Berger’s memoir, Born to Go.Read More
Mud Flat Shorts (mostly fiction)
Thirty-one great stories by nineteen magnificent writers including three stories by New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer-Prize nominee Jack Butler; two by O. Henry Award and Big Muddy magazine’s Mighty River Short Story Prize winner Keith Eisner; one by National Book Foundation’s “5 Under 35” novelist Megan Kruse; and even excerpts from James Robert Peery’s Angels Sleep Alone, a bestselling author who died in 1954 leaving behind an unpublished manuscript the rights to which were given to Mud Flat Press.
In this sister publication to our short story anthology, Mud Flat Shorts (mostly fiction) — below, you will find 81 poems by 19 writers—poems about history, about people and places, about life, love and death—playful, satirical, sad, emotionally stirring and challenging poems. Some of the poets are people who never considered themselves poets but who, from time to time, are inspired to write in verse. Many are experienced
professional writers whose work has appeared in major publications such as The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, The Hudson Review, Prairie Schooner, The Iowa Review, Texas Quarterly, and Poetry Northwest.
by Alec Clayton
Left completely paralyzed and unable to talk after a stroke, newspaperman
Willie Ray Rivers recalls his fight for justice in the little town of Hub City,
Mississippi; his love for his wife Ella; his conflicted search for the divine;
and his sexual obsessions.
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From rough draft to finished book, Mud Flat Press helps self-publishing authors prepare their books for print-on-demand (POD) publishing companies with editing, formatting, layout, and design services. We also do some web design and graphic design.Find out more
In addition to book publishing
Mud Flat Press occasionally publishes short stories by invitation.