Where, oh where, has the summer gone? With all the activity going on at Caffeinated Press, it’s hard to believe we’re already closer to next Christmas than to last.
The Caffeinated Press board of directors is pleased to share that Tabitha Maloley, a long-time senior editor, has joined the board of directors, effective May 26.
As a sign of partnership with GLCL — a literary non-profit advancing, promoting and celebrating the literary arts in our community — we’re offering our office space for drop-in writing and editing time.
The last day of a year that taxed our collective national consciousness draws to a close. Many of us offer a sigh of relief, cut by a sliver of hope that 2017 will prove to be more tranquil and fulfilling. Or at least, marked by less drama and fewer tragedies.
We’re pleased to announce a general refresh of our entire Web platform. Enjoy!
Thanks for your patience as we’ve worked through this most frustrating experience with Site5.
A few quick items of interest from your friends at Caffeinated Press — Open office hours today, Sun. Mar. 13, from 10a to 4p. Please feel welcome to drop in, have some coffee, plug into the power and the Wi-Fi,
The Caffeinated Press Community Advisory Committee welcomes applications through Feb. 15.
Visit community.caffeinated-press.com for an exciting new one-stop source of news and information about local literary life, writing opportunities and new book releases.
Stop by the office to write or edit in peace — we’re keeping the doors open over most of the end of December!
We’re evaluating the release of a mobile app — for Android, iOS and Windows (Universal) — to connect authors, readers and activities in a seamless and low-friction fashion.
Drop by our office for open hours — write and research in peace from our common room. Or, sign up for a session of our Business of Writing seminar scheduled for mid-September.
June 2015 marks the one-year anniversary since Lianne, Brittany, Jennifer, Julie and I filed the articles of incorporation establishing Caffeinated Press with the State of Michigan. Much has happened — e.g., the inaugural volume of the Brewed Awakenings anthology and the corresponding kick-off events at UICA and Schuler Books and Music. And much will happen soon.
The 2015 submission deadline for Brewed Awakenings 2 passed on May 31. We received a final tally of 67 separate submissions by 58 different authors. Sixty of the 67 are eligible for review by our in-house editors.
Caffeinated Press is delighted to welcome submissions for the second volume of Brewed Awakenings, our house anthology.
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