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The Monster’s Daughter

Dr. Frankenstein’s monster has a daughter. Her name is Emily. She talks to the Weather, stops Fire, and possesses healing hands. Emily and her father move out West where even freaks of science or nature can make a life and a fortune. The West was won by the odd, the […]

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We are pleased to announce the publication of Kim Antieau’s collection of essays in Under the Tucson Moon: Nine Winters in the Sonoran Desert. For years, Kim delighted readers of her blog Furious Spinner before closing up shop there and continuing to post on her website’s blog. She unflinchingly writes about […]

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Animal Life

Mario says: “I wanted to put together a book of my poems and started going through the ones I had written up to then, looking for good ones that would go together. It didn’t take long to see that I had many many poems about animals. I had no idea […]

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Fantasy Life

Barbie’s retirement. A weeping Bigfoot. Gambling fairies. Love sick giants. All this and more in a book of poems exploring the fantastic side of life. This is where Mario let his imagination really run free. Unhindered by conventional notions of reality (whatever that means) he writes poems about monogamous house keys, the […]

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Love Life

Love is that sobering and paradoxical state of being in which one’s own happiness depends upon the welfare of another. Mario’s third volume of poetry examines love in its many guises: familial, romantic, and Platonic. This is probably the most personal of all his books. He writes of his eternal […]

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The Rift

The Rift. From the cover: Maggie lives on the edge of Tucson where she edits technical manuals and creates medicine from desert plants…until one morning when she hears her dead dog barking, a stranger shows up in her driveway, and an unexplainable rift appears in the land, separating Maggie and […]

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We love The Old Mermaids Book of Days and Nights—filled with quotes, one for every day of the year—so much that we decided to make a companion for it: a BIG sumptuous luxurious “a year and a day” journal. This 8.5 x 11 book has the same cover as The Old […]

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Ruby’s Imagine

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the reprint of Ruby’s Imagine which was originally published by Houghton Mifflin. This book was inspired by what happened during Hurricane Katrina. Kim researched the event for nearly a year before writing the book. (Kim was born in Louisiana.) The FAQ and […]

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We are so happy, elated, ecstatic, and happy (did I say) to announce the publication of The Old Mermaids Book of Days and Nights! We found 365 quotes—one for every day of the year—from the Old Mermaids novels (and from Kim Antieau’s other novels) to create this inspirational, sometimes humorous, […]

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The Desert Siren

We are pleased to announce the publication of Kim Antieau’s new novel, The Desert Siren: a novel of the borderlands. Consuelo Johnson yearned for a soul-filled life but settled for life on the family’s ranch in the Arizona borderlands. She doesn’t think about the life she could have had until […]

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Whackadoodle Times

Whackadoodle Times: Set in California near Hollywood, Antieau’s funny and poignant novel is a tale of our times. From the cover: Brooke McMurphy is having one helluva week. Brooke’s well-constructed dysfunctional life in Hollywood begins to unravel when a homeless woman comes to live with her and her family and the […]

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Butch: A Bent Western

We are happy to announce the publication of Kim Antieau’s Butch: A Bent Western. This novel is a particular favorite of Kim’s. She started it several years ago and picked it up again last fall and finished it. She says she doesn’t like to pick favorites of her novels, but […]

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Fun With Vic and Jane

We are tickled (and laughing out loud) to announce Green Snake Publishing’s first book of cartoons by Kim Antieau: Fun With Vic and Jane. Jane wants to save the world; Vic does not. Jane doesn’t understand men; Vic is man’s best friend. Jane is an angst-ridden woman; Vic is a […]

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Jewelweed Station

We are pleased to announce the publication of Kim Antieau‘s new novel, Jewelweed Station. When her beloved parents die in a carriage accident near their plantation in Virginia, 17-year-old Callie Carter comes home from France to discover her loathsome aunt and uncle have taken up residence in her home and […]

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Tales Fabulous and Fairy

We are pleased to announce the publication of Kim Antieau’s Tales Fabulous and Fairy, a collection of some of her most loved stories. This is from the cover: Enter the enchanting and exotic world of Kim Antieau’s imagination in these eight stories inspired by classic folk and fairy tales. This […]

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