Pre-order My Book, Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot, at IndieBound and Your Local Independent Bookshop!

I love independent bookshops very much, so I’m thrilled to have my debut poetry book, Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot, available for pre-order online at IndieBound with the option to deliver at your home or to pickup at your local independent bookstore. Or you can visit your local indie bookshop and request they order my book from IndieBound if they don’t already have it in stock. The book will be released on September 24th.


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Update for locals: I’ve been made aware that Taylor Books’ IndieBound order links aren’t working. You can still request my bookin person at Taylor’s or have IndieBound mail directly to your home. You can also order the book from all the major retailers (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Target, & Book Depository), but I want to support independent bookshops as much as possible.

Published by V. C. McCabe

V.C. McCabe is an Appalachian poet, the author of Give the Bard a Tetanus Shot (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, 2019), and Co-Editor of the New International Voices series for Ice Floe Press. She was formerly a music journalist for Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper The Charleston Gazette, Social Media Manager for Animal Heart Press, and Contributing Editor of Barren Magazine. She is a multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee, Glass Poetry Chapbook Series semi-finalist, and Bone & Ink Press Chapbook Series finalist. Her work has appeared in ekphrastic exhibits and journals worldwide, including EPOCH, Prairie Schooner, Poet Lore, and The Galway Review. She has lived in Ireland, England, and West Virginia.

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