Published Works

Hello friends,

This morning I woke up to over a foot of snow (when 3″ was forecast) and the FedEx driver calling me to say he would not drive down my road due to the deep snow. He left my package (proof copies of a client’s books) in a plastic bag in the snow bank and continued on. I, on the other hand, put my pants and boots on and headed down, down, down my driveway in snow up to my knees to collect my excitedly anticipated books.

Huffing and puffing aside, it’s all worth it to me, to open that box and pull out a beautiful book which an author has entrusted to me to edit, format, and ultimately publish. What an honor; I am blessed beyond words.

Recently, Hidden Bear‘s second edition book of poetry, Moleskine on a Coffee Table, released. I was delighted with not only the contents but the result. Today I received emje mccarty‘s next book, Tangled Together. She put together a captivating and altogether satisfying collection of short fiction. Some dark, most with her humor. I can’t wait to show you more.

Along with these two, Creation and the Cosmos: A Poetic Anthology Inspired by Nature, releases in just a few days… March 23rd to be precise. I think you guys are really going to enjoy this one. The combination of art and poetry is luscious.

Since I’m on the subject, I thought I’d share Raw Earth Ink’s Published Works page with you, if you’d like to stay abreast of what’s happening around here off the blog. I hope you’ll check some of these authors out because I believe each and every one I’ve had the privilege of working with is an outstanding author. I truly, truly mean that.

Check out the page here.

And if you’d like to know a little more about any of the authors or how to reach them, check out the Published Authors page as well.

Light and peace to you,

~tara caribou

29 Comments on “Published Works

    • I’ve seen quite a few March’s that do this. Like the last big hooray. It’s been snowing quite a bit. Every few days getting six+ inches. It’s beautiful though and makes me quite happy.


    • Funny enough… I was going to skip the pants and just put boots on… but I looked at the temperature and it was a little windy and I was like “nope… that snow will be too cold walking that far”. Glad I did because it was also way deeper than I thought it was.

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