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July 26, 2010

Twemlow Chapbook and Anthology Available, Participants’ eChaps Coming Soon.

Cover of Nick Twemlow's new chapbook. Click here to download a free PDF version.

Nick Twemlow’s chapbook Your Mouth Is Everywhere is now available! You can order one of the print copies for seven dollars through Paypal, above, or you can download the e-chap for free (although donations are gladly accepted). Nick Demske, who competed on behalf of Nick Twemlow, won the tournament in a heated finals match that went into overtime for all three games.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be releasing free e-chaps of each of the tournament participants’ manuscripts, with work by William Allegrezza, Sandy Christensen, and Francis Raven. For those of you who can’t wait to read the work of these fine writers and athletes, the free PDF version of Contintental Grip, the first annual Racquetball Chapbook Tournament’s anthology, will have to suffice.

If you are a writer who plays racquetball (or a racquetballer who writes, or just someone willing to learn a sport in order to defend your manuscript), get your 16-32 page manuscript together and set aside ten dollars for next year’s tourney. Send us an email and a poem. Let us know you’re interested. Tell all your writer-type and/or racquetball friends. Plan to come to Racine, Wisconsin in the Spring of 2011 for the second annual tournament — and hit the court for practice. Keep your eye on the ball over the coming months for more news, and add yourself to our email address by emailing racquetballchapbooksATgmailDOTcom with “add” in the subject line.

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