Book Trailers

Kelsay Books proudly presents video book trailers. We will edit your recording, place the images, and create custom music for your trailer. For more information and pricing, email us at Kelsay.karen@gmail.com

 

Lois Roma-Deeley is featured in numerous anthologies and journals. She is Poet Laureate of Scottsdale, Arizona (2021–2024). She is the Associate Editor of the international poetry journal Presence: A Journal of Catholic Poetry. She was named U.S. Professor of the Year, Community College, by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and CASE, 2012–2013.

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 Deanie Blank's work appears in several literary journals and anthologies and has been set to music and performed. She is a scholarship recipient from W.B. Yeats International Summer School in Sligo, Ireland.

You can visit her website here.

Deanie's book, Walking Naked Under a Yellow Rain Slicker is available for purchase here.


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 Shutta Crum’s book When You Get Here won a gold Royal Palm Literary Award. The Way to the River is her latest book. She’s a Pushcart nominee who is published in numerous journals including Orchards Review, Mom Egg, Acumen, Calyx and Boulevard. And she has authored books for young readers.

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Shutta's book Way to the River is available here.

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Curt Curtin has previously produced two full-length adult poetry collections, both published by Kelsay Books (For Art's Sake, 2019; Kerry Dancers, 2020) and three poetry chapbooks. He taught English and Creative Writing at the junior high, high school and college levels for over 25 years, and volunteered to teach poetry classes in two elementary schools. He served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in foster care and a Volunteer Case Reviewer for the Mass. Department of Children and Families for 20 years. Click here to visit Curt's website.

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Curt's book Why Trees Sneeze is available here.

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Mary K O'Melveny lives with her wife in Woodstock New York and Washington DC. She has written many award-winning poems, two prior poetry collections and co-authored an anthology of writings by the Hudson Valley Women's Writing Group. Her work appears in print and on-line literary journals, anthologies and national blog sites. View her website here.

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 Barbra Nightingale has six chapbooks and two previous volumes of poetry with small presses. She is an Associate Editor with the South Florida Poetry Journal, a professor emerita from Broward College, and lives in Hollywood, Florida, with her two- and four-legged menagerie. She is completing work on her first memoir, Husbands and Other Strangers.

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Lee Woodman is the winner of the 2020 William Meredith Prize for Poetry. Her essays and poems have been widely published. A Pushcart nominee, she received an Individual Poetry Fellowship from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities FY 2019 and FY 2020. Her poetry collection, Mindscapes, was published by Poets’ Choice Publishing on January 9, 2020, and Homescapes was published by Finishing Line Press on May 22, 2020.

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Linda Neal Reising, a native of Oklahoma and a member of the Western Cherokee Nation, has been published in numerous journals, including The Southern Indiana Review, The Comstock Review, and Nimrod.

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Curt Curtin is a first-generation Irish-American poet whose parents emigrated from County Kerry in the early 20th century. Kerry Dancers (2020) captures many ways Irish settlers retained their heritage while assimilating into American culture. Curt also produced three chapbooks and has won local poetry awards, including the Connecticut River Review Poetry Contest (2019) and the Frank O’Hara Award (2010) from the Worcester County Poetry Association

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Laura Rogerson Moore lives in New England with her husband. She teaches writing and literature. Splendor  is her third book of poems.

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Kim Malinowski earned her B.A. from West Virginia University and her M.F.A. from American University. She studies with The Writers Studio. Her work is disparate—ranging from writing about war and atrocities to the fairy world and pagan studies. She writes because the alternative is unthinkable. 

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Deborah DeNicola is the author of six poetry books, Where Divinity Begins (Alice James Books), Original Human, (WordTech Press), for which she received her fifth Pushcart Nomination, Inside Light, (Finishing Line Press), Harmony of the Next (2005) which won the Riverstone Chapbook Award, Psyche Revisited (1992), which won the Embers Magazine Chapbook Contest and Rainmakers (Coyote Love Press). 

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