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We’re celebrating the first anniversary of the Silver Birch Press Silver Anthology (Silver Birch Press, November 2012) with a free gift — and feel free to spread the word by reblogging this post or emailing your friends.

From Thursday, 11/7 through Monday, 11/11/13,  get a FREE Kindle version of the Silver Birch Press Silver Anthology –  a 240-page collection of poetry, short stories, essays, novel excerpts, and stage play scenes from over 60 established and up-and-coming writers in the United States and United Kingdom. The writing ranges in style and subject matter — but all the work touches on “silver” in a variety of creative, original, and compelling ways.

From 11/7-11/11/13, get your free Kindle version of the Silver Birch Press Silver Anthology at

If you don’t have a Kindle, download free reading apps at this link.

If you are in the UK, find  at

Other countries, check your local Amazon site — the Kindle version is available for free there, too.


Congratulations to Marcia Meara, whose poetry has appeared in all three Silver Birch Press anthologies (Silver, Green, and Summer), on the August 26, 2013 ebook publication of her first novel, Wake-Robin Ridge. Marcia has dreamed of writing a book since she turned five and now she’s done it — 64 years later. (Marcia is candid about her age — check out her blog, where she offers book reviews and other cultural posts). Wake-Robin Ridge is the first book in Marcia’s Darcy’s Corner series.

Find the Kindle version of Wake-Robin Ridge by Marcia Meara at A print edition will be available soon.

Kudos to Marcia on her book’s professional cover — excellent design by Nicki Forde at


Earlier today, author Andrea Olmstead contacted the Silver Birch Press blog to offer our readers a FREE ebook of her scholarly work Who Was F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Daisy? The book will be available THROUGH OCTOBER 1, 2012 as a free download at Click this link and enter COUPON CODE EZ47B.

Olmstead describes her 24,000-word book this way: “Daisy, as the reading world knows, is the name Fitzgerald assigned the leading lady in The Great Gatsby. Thoroughly annotated, this eBook investigates for the first time Daisy’s long life, her relationship with Fitzgerald, and her influence on three other characters in This Side of Paradise and an early version of Tender is the Night.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Musicologist Andrea Olmstead is the author of four books about the modernist American composer Roger Sessions, published by Routledge, Northeastern University Press, and UMI Research Press, as well as of Juilliard: A History (University of Illinois Press). Olmstead has taught Music History at The Juilliard School and The New England Conservatory of Music. She is also a librettist and CD producer. For more information, contact her here.