Brick Road Poetry Press

poetry made to entertain, amuse, and edify

The mission of Brick Road Poetry Press is to publish and promote poetry that entertains, amuses, edifies, and surprises a wide audience of appreciative readers.  We are not qualified to judge who deserves to be published, so we concentrate on publishing what we enjoy. Our preference is for poetry geared toward dramatizing the human experience in language rich with sensory image and metaphor, recognizing that poetry can be, at one and the same time, both familiar as the perspiration of daily labor and as outrageous as a carnival sideshow.

Brick Road Poetry Press

BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE FOR NATIONAL POETRY MONTH

For all of April, National Poetry Month, Brick Road Poetry Press is offering BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE (limited titles, while supplies last).  See the instructions below for details.

There are no discount codes.

 1.       Simply purchase any book priced at $15.95 from our website.

2.       Send a message to us using our Contact form: INCLUDE YOUR NAME (same as on the purchase) and request your FREE COPY of any of the following titles:

  •  The Alp at the End of My Street by Gary Leising

  • Damnatio Memoriae by Michael Meyerhofer

  • Dancing on the Rim by Clela Reed

  • Pain Diary by Joseph Reich

  • Bad Behavior by Steffan Michael

  • Chosen by Toni Thomas

  • Rising to the Rim by Carol Tyx

  • Practice by Richard Berlin

  • The Word in Edgewise by Sean Conrey

  • Lotus Buffet by Rupert Fike

  • A Meal Like That by Albert Garcia

  • Household Inventory by Connie Jordan Green

  • Tracing the Lines by Susanna Lang

YOUR FREE BOOK MUST BE ONE OF THOSE LISTED ABOVE.  IF SUPPLIES OF ANY OF THESE TITLES RUN OUT, YOU WILL BE OFFERED THE OPTION TO PICK ANOTHER TITLE.

 3.       You will receive both books in the same package.

 OFFER ENDS THURSDAY, APRIL 30TH. 

 Our Mission

The mission of Brick Road Poetry Press is to publish and promote poetry that entertains, amuses, edifies, and surprises a wide audience of appreciative readers. We are not qualified to judge who deserves to be published, so we concentrate on publishing what we enjoy. Our preference is for poetry geared toward dramatizing the human experience in a language rich with sensory image and metaphor, recognizing that poetry can be, at one and the same time, both familiar as the perspiration of daily labor and outrageous as a carnival sideshow.