Happy Thanksgiving from Cajun Mutt Press!

We hope y’all have a great time full of too much turkey, too much booze, too much fun, and too much damn family to last until next year! Sending positive vibes and Outlaw Gonzo Pirate Poet Love out to everyone today!

We have some great books available on Amazon, and still a few stickers left before we need to order some more. Christmas is right around the corner too, so consider picking something up for yourself or as a gift.

Happy Turkey Day,
J.D.C.IV
Founder
Editor-in-Chief
Cajun Mutt Press

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Haight by Red Focks
Absurd by Ronald P. Bremner
Dark Linings by Joanne Olivieri
Isomorphic by J.D.C.IV
Owls in Hot Rods with Pink Elephants and Dead Bats by J.D.C.IV
Death & Love/Love & Death by J.D.C.IV
Juggernaut Fuzz by Ryan Quinn Flanagan
This Many Years After the War by Matt Borczon

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Facebook Page Poetry Submissions

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We have decided to start publishing single poems on our Facebook page! Send 1 – 3 pieces, previously unpublished, to our team at cajunmuttpress@gmail.com for consideration. Put your name and Poetry Submission in the title of the email. Paste all poems and bios in the body of the email or in docs, we’d prefer if you just copy and paste them into the message, but whatever works for you. And we want the gritty outlaw poetry! Not the squishy stuff! Hell, even send some erotica too if you have it! Twice a week we will pick one poem to publish and notify the poet via email response to their submission. Also, please send a short bio and a photograph of yourself to accompany your piece. Anticipating some excellent reads!

Kind Regards,

J.D.C.IV

Editor-in-Chief

 

This is the Outlaw line-up we have for y’all so far:

Friday 9/14
The Night by Matt Borczon

Wednesday 9/19
A Sensuous Touch by Joanne Olivieri

Friday 9/21
Satan’s Grand Plan by K.W. Peery

Wednesday 9/26
A News Report by Scott Simmons

Friday 9/28
Subjective Noun by J.D. Casey IV

Wednesday 10/3
The Blood of Poets by Milenko Županović

Friday 10/5
Time in the Ground by Ferris Jones