The Borfski Press

Independent Magazine and Publisher


December 2016

Stay in touch…

Information on The Borfski Press Magazine: Issue II, and other new Borfski Press content and features will be coming soon in January! Check back to our website and our Facebook/Twitter/Instagram accounts over the next month to stay up to date on... Continue Reading →

On Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of our favorite artists. He was the son of a Protestant minister, and was named after a stillborn brother who was born exactly a year before himself. Our Vincent became the oldest of three sisters... Continue Reading →

New Music Upcoming

Our very own Shawn Hatfield spent most of the summer and fall of 2016 composing, recording, mixing, and mastering Wet Socks Down at the Docks - a 3-track EP. He took a new approach to producing this record by using stringed instruments, applying... Continue Reading →

10 Great Winter Poems

Check out this article with ten winter poems that everyone should read – from classic poets to modern writers, winter seems to capture a special poetic beauty for all of us:

The Borfski Press makes a great gift

The Borfski Press Magazine: Issue I is still available at 10% off for the holidays. Get an extra 20% off your print copy of Issue I this week by entering code MINUTE20 at checkout! The Borfski Press eBook can also make an affordable and truly unique gift for... Continue Reading →

Winter Reading Suggestions

We want to put together a winter reading list, so give us your suggestions! What are you reading? What have you read this year that really had an impact on you? We want fiction, nonfiction, poetry, short stories, and anything... Continue Reading →

Authors talking about other authors

We love getting a famous or successful author's perspective on another famous and successful author. Charles Bukowski, one of our favorite authors, once wrote an introduction to Ask The Dust, a novel by John Fante, who is another of our favorite authors. He talks... Continue Reading →

Poetry: Alive or Dead?

This Washington Post article says poetry is going extinct. Another article from CNN insists that poetry still matters, and explains why. What do you think? Tell us in the comments below what you think poetry's status in society is as... Continue Reading →

Big Thanks to Mark Jackley!

Big thanks to Mr. Mark Jackley for sending us a copy of his poetry book, On The Edge Of A Very Small Town. Here at The Borfski Press we're feeling very appreciated by our contributors for our efforts on Issue... Continue Reading →

Powered by

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: