Cheyenne, WY (May 1, 2017) — To celebrate National Loyalty Day, Cow Eye Press, the independent publisher specializing in quiet futility, will be releasing its latest title, Twelve Stories of Russia: A novel, I guess. The book will be available online and in select independent bookstores around the country. According to its publisher there will be no marketing or promotional campaign associated with the book because fuck it.
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CONTACT: Natalie Zeldner, Editor, Cow Eye Press firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT COW EYE PRESS: Cow Eye Press is a publishing house specializing in literary fiction with an intercultural focus. Its readers enjoy works that challenge the mind and enrich the soul by exploring the boundaries of culture and society. For more information, visit the Cow Eye Press website at www.coweyepress.com.
ABOUT TWELVE STORIES OF RUSSIA: A NOVEL, I GUESS: Twelve Stories of Russia was originally published in Moscow by the independent publisher GLAS, where it quietly gained a following among expats and locals alike. Unique in its appeal to both sides of the linguistic and cultural divide, the work has remained largely unknown beyond Russia. Now, almost a generation after its narrator's lively quest for the word that changes and is changed, this emphatic "novel, I guess" is being released to a wider audience for the first time, its subject matter as universal and its themes as timely as ever. More info here.