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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Paul, way back when (right around the time Suntup Editions burst onto the scene with the Misery announcement), you mentioned in a few interviews that you would like to publish some books of poetry one day.

    Is that still in the pipeline? I can imagine it would be a hard sell to people who flocked to your press for the (horror) fiction you publish.
    You saw this right?
    https://www.amazon.com/Sunset-Temple...gateway&sr=8-1

    That's Paul's Poetry. Makes me ant to try and publish mine.
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    Pleased you like it. Thanks folks. We are inching closer to a Horns release. Rosemaryís Baby is punching along very well now. So is The Road. And a book we have not even announced yet is already at the printer.

    More goodies in the pipeline.
    Not predictions or "classics" but just random ideas:

    No law against non-fiction right?

    The Stranger Beside Me by Anne Rule (true is scary!)

    Running with Scissors (Augusten Burroughs)

    You could have a lot of fun creatively with:

    Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret

    Before the Fall (Noah Hawley)



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    Paul, way back when (right around the time Suntup Editions burst onto the scene with the Misery announcement), you mentioned in a few interviews that you would like to publish some books of poetry one day.

    Is that still in the pipeline? I can imagine it would be a hard sell to people who flocked to your press for the (horror) fiction you publish.
    You saw this right?
    https://www.amazon.com/Sunset-Temple...gateway&sr=8-1

    That's Paul's Poetry. Makes me ant to try and publish mine.
    Yeah, I know that exists. I'm talking about interviews that were specifically about Paul's plans for SE beyond Misery. He talked about wanting to publish poetry and I'm pretty sure he wasn't talking about his own.

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    Pleased you like it. Thanks folks. We are inching closer to a Horns release. Rosemaryís Baby is punching along very well now. So is The Road. And a book we have not even announced yet is already at the printer.

    More goodies in the pipeline.
    Not predictions or "classics" but just random ideas:

    No law against non-fiction right?

    The Stranger Beside Me by Anne Rule (true is scary!)

    Running with Scissors (Augusten Burroughs)

    You could have a lot of fun creatively with:

    Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret

    Before the Fall (Noah Hawley)



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    If you are going with a Non-Fiction on Ted Bundy I think The Only Living Witness is by far the most disturbing.
    I will add that to my growing pile of books to read! Thanks!

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    Since I'm being nosy, here's another thing you mentioned once: the coffee-table version of the Covers Collection. How's that going?

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    Some great nonfiction books by Jon Krakauer could be good for the signed limited treatment. Into Thin Air was a great read and Under the Banner of Heaven was disturbing as shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey66 View Post
    Some great nonfiction books by Jon Krakauer could be good for the signed limited treatment. Into Thin Air was a great read and Under the Banner of Heaven was disturbing as shit.
    That is a great idea!!! Love 'em!

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    Thanks for all the suggestions!

    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Paul, way back when (right around the time Suntup Editions burst onto the scene with the Misery announcement), you mentioned in a few interviews that you would like to publish some books of poetry one day.

    Is that still in the pipeline? I can imagine it would be a hard sell to people who flocked to your press for the (horror) fiction you publish.
    Really good question. Itís going to be interesting for sure. Itís no secret that I intend on publishing books that are outside of the horror genre. There is actually a poetry book in the works. Itís a Pulitzer winner from a poet who I have long admired. He was also an influence on my own writing.

    I do agree that it could be a hard sell in our world, but I expect sales to come from the poetry community as well. Either way it certainly is risky, but I think I said this before, I am driven by the desire to produce beautiful books, regardless of what genre they are in. This will be unexplored territory, but I have my compass to lead the way and calculated risk doesnít scare me.

    I also have a book that will be announced in the near future that will raise some eyebrows. If you think poetry is out there, wait until you see this one. But I love the book and I just want to do it. And if no one buys it, well I guess Iíll have a bunch of copies for myself.

    This all said, I obviously have an affinity for horror. I grew up on it, and the genre will continue to be explored by the press. The next two are both in that genre. We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak. And yes there will be science fiction as well.

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    Since I'm being nosy, here's another thing you mentioned once: the coffee-table version of the Covers Collection. How's that going?
    Itís going... slowly. But itís going...

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    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.
    No, the fuse is for a different book. :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
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    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.
    No, the fuse is for a different book. :-p



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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
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    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.
    No, the fuse is for a different book. :-p
    Did you source some shark skin for use with the editions featuring the rusty chains??


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    Not even close my man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Not even close my man.
    I love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
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    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.
    No, the fuse is for a different book. :-p
    Did you source some shark skin for use with the editions featuring the rusty chains??


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    Shark skin was my idea.


    I have a book in the works....

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    Paul's got too much time on his hands today (for some reason).
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    Quote Originally Posted by becca69 View Post
    Paul's got too much time on his hands today (for some reason).
    Donít you know it. Iím going stir crazy on this flight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
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    Paul's got too much time on his hands today (for some reason).
    Donít you know it. Iím going stir crazy on this flight.
    Sounds like Beccaís putting you on notice.


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    Paul's got too much time on his hands today (for some reason).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
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    Paul's got too much time on his hands today (for some reason).
    Donít you know it. Iím going stir crazy on this flight.
    Sounds like Beccaís putting you on notice.


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    We are gathering the rusted old chains for one of them as we speak.

    You're lighting the fuse here.
    No, the fuse is for a different book. :-p
    Did you source some shark skin for use with the editions featuring the rusty chains??


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    Shark skin was my idea.


    I have a book in the works....
    Well color me intrigued. As long as the color of intrigue is the same color as my skin. I canít go into work all marked up.


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    And a book we have not even announced yet is already at the printer.
    You're killing me. If this is a Palahniuk book, I'll be dead. Or Butcher Boy by Patrick McCabe. Or Cell or Gerald's Game. Dead dead dead dead.
    I would love to see SUNTUP or LETTERPRESS do sweet editions of Margaret Atwoodís ORYX AND CRAKE/MADDADAM trilogy. And the author could sign!
    I want it noted for the record this is the first time (first I've seen) when Suntup and LetterPress have been mentioned together as the only two publishers to whom an appeal for a fine edition(s) has been made.This suggests something of an equivalency. Is someone taking notes? Is there a record?
    Iíll always enjoy CD, PS, Sub Press, Charnel, and the others. Itís just that Suntup and Letterpress seem to be really raising the bar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
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    And a book we have not even announced yet is already at the printer.
    You're killing me. If this is a Palahniuk book, I'll be dead. Or Butcher Boy by Patrick McCabe. Or Cell or Gerald's Game. Dead dead dead dead.
    I would love to see SUNTUP or LETTERPRESS do sweet editions of Margaret Atwoodís ORYX AND CRAKE/MADDADAM trilogy. And the author could sign!
    I want it noted for the record this is the first time (first I've seen) when Suntup and LetterPress have been mentioned together as the only two publishers to whom an appeal for a fine edition(s) has been made.This suggests something of an equivalency. Is someone taking notes? Is there a record?
    Iíll always enjoy CD, PS, Sub Press, Charnel, and the others. Itís just that Suntup and Letterpress seem to be really raising the bar!
    Letterpress has already surpassed other publishers... We have not even held their books yet though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PennyUnwise View Post
    Letterpress has already surpassed other publishers... We have not even held their books yet though!
    Did Austin just take a sip of the Kool-Aid?!
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