Now Available From Cajun Mutt Press

Good morning/afternoon/night! Whatever time it may be in your corner of the world, I wanted to let everyone know The Adventures of Brain Man by Ron Whitehead is now available! I’ll post today’s Featured Writer for y’all in a little while as well, putting it together now.

Write On,

Ron Whitehead takes you on a journey across lands and through mindscapes in The Adventures of Brain Man. Searching for his “Other” brother, The Brain Man, who left home at seventeen for Oxford on an academic scholarship never to be seen again. Only heard about in news reports, magazine articles, and the occasional poem in various publications. After finding a mysterious and scathing letter about a book Brain had written in a secret part of the attic, Ron sets off to find his brother for answers. Ultimately finding himself in the end.

Cover Art: “Allfather” by Ryan Case
Ink, acrylic paint on watercolor paper.

Available Oct. 15th: The Adventures of Brain Man by Ron Whitehead

Holy hell—this book is absolutely gorgeous! I just got the proof copy of The Adventures of Brain Man by Ron Whitehead, and somehow it turned out even better than I expected!!

Cover art by The Art of Ryan Case, premium color interior on heavy white paper, typewriter font, ravens around the titles, skulls above the numbers, it is just incredible. I dig it.

Y’all keep your eyes peeled, the release date is October 15th. This is definitely a book you want to add to your collection. Actually, I can’t wait until it’s published so I can order one for MYSELF!!

Write On,

Coming Soon From Cajun Mutt Press

Keep your eyes peeled for our next book, Bone Talking by Will Mayo, set to be released September 21st.!!

This one is a little smaller than our normal 100+ page collections; 57 poems/74 pages total. A mixture of prose and poetry that ends with its title poem, “Bone Talking.”

Write On!

Available September 21st.

C.M.P. Featured Writers, August 2021

Cajun Mutt Press Aug. 2021

August, the tail end of summer’s flame. Just before fall brings out death’s beautiful colors and the icy winter creeps in. These next few months are my favorite time of the year. Plus, they get bonus points for being so close to Halloween.

Speaking of Halloween, I was thinking of doing a little CMP zine experiment for October. The minimum page count for KDP is 24 pages so I’d need around 30 poems. Keep it small, and around $5 or so. I was even thinking 5×8 instead of 6×9. I think that would look cool. Anyone interested can shoot an email including one short poem and bio to with Halloween Zine as the subject. It doesn’t HAVE to be ABOUT the holiday, just something creepy in general will do. I’d prefer if it didn’t rhyme. If I get enough submissions I’ll put something together for y’all and make a post about it with all the details later.

If you’d like to submit for a regular weekly featured writer spot, CMP is always open for submissions. Send 1-3 poems along with a bio and author photo to the same email address as above. I have one spot left to fill in October, then I’ll be reading for November.

Manuscript submissions are CLOSED but will reopen in 2022. Keep your eyes peeled for our next book release to be announced soon. In the meantime, you can grab a copy of our three 2021 releases by following the links below. I’ve also included a link to all of our available titles.

A Screaming Place
by Brian Rihlmann

I Hear Your Music Playing Night and Day
by Dave O’Leary

Oracles from a Strange Fire
by Merritt Waldon & Ron Whitehead


Below you’ll find this month’s kick-ass lineup. And as always, enormous thanks to the writers and readers. Without you, Cajun Mutt Press wouldn’t exist. Love y’all.

Write On,
Cajun Mutt Press

CMP Featured Writers, Aug 2021

by Robert Cooperman

My parents had some sex and here I am
by Gale Acuff

this digital wasteland
by J.J. Campbell

Giving The Bard His Due
by Will Mayo

by Aimee Nicole

Dance of the Damned
by Lynn White

by Sanjeev Sethi

A dying glitter God
by Carrie Magness Randa

Another look at loneliness due
by el gallo sabio

Down Below
by John Drudge

All the roads which lead to roam
by Wilfred Hildonen

by A.P. Lewis

chris and his fucking fuel jet kicks
by Adam Johnson