Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul

LOWRITING NOW AVAILABLE, PLUS FULL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS!

lowriting_COVER by Emilio R. Medina of muyCreative

Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul by Art Mezais now available through AmazonBarnes & Noble and other online book retailers.  It may or may not show up in your local bookstore but that’s where you can help!

I am encouraging everyone (that means you!) to request this book at your local bookstore, library and school. If you know a school, library or bookstore that would like to carry Lowriting, please let them know that they can order it through Ingram distribution or throughBroken Sword Publications.  Every little bit helps!

One of the major differences between major publishers and indies is the advertising and marketing budget.  Your word of mouth helps! I cannot stress that enough. ¡Ban This! went far, let’s push Lowritingeven further!

In the mean time, I am still waiting on my copies and will sell direct as soon as I have them.  I will update as soon as I get them in stock. Quantities will be limited!!

lowriting_BACK-COVER by Emilio R. Medina of muyCreative

Here is the full list of Lowriting contributors:

Angel Diaz, Art Meza, Lalo Alcaraz, Luis J. Rodriguez, Danny De La Paz, Andrea J. Serrano, Anna C. Martinez, Allen Thayer, Enrique Arroyo, Jason Hoyt, Nancy Aidé González, Nikkeya West, Luis Alberto Urrea, Tara Evonne Trudell, Jim Marquez, Gina Ruiz, Daniel Villarreal, Gloria Moran, Noelle Reyes, Raúl Sánchez, Manuel Gonzalez, Benjamin Quiñones Reyes, Viva Flores, Xicano X, Robert Flores, Ricky Luv, Roberto ‘Dr. Cintli’ Rodriguez, Lizz Huerta, Angelo Sandoval, Richard Vargas, Santino J. Rivera, Alvaro Rodriguez, Lawrence Gandara, Steven Alvarez, Gustavo Arellano, Josh Divine, Emilio R. Medina, Mayra ‘Hellabreezy’ Ramirez

If that list doesn’t knock your socks off I don’t know what else to say.

Don’t delay and order your copy right now! Support indie publishing and let’s get Lowriting on the literary map!

– S|J|R

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