Rockford, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/13/2015 -- Described by NPR as "America's most dangerous small literary press," Zombie Logic Press, based in the heart of America's 3rd most dangerous city, Rockford, Illinois, will celebrate National Poetry month by introducing the rest of America to two unique voices from Rockford: Jesus Correa, and C.J. Campbell.
The first two authors in Zombie Logic Presses' Rock River Literary Series, both published their first books this year. Correa's book, Iced Cream, was featured recently in NPR's Winter Reading Series, and C.J. Campbell's The Zen of Beard Trimming is a memoir from a first-time author with cerebral palsy. Both books embody the brave, tough, street-wise spirit unique to Rockford. The Rock River Literary series publishes two books a year from writers who live in Rockford, Illinois, or on the Rock River in Northern Illinois.
About Zombie Logic Press
Zombie Logic Press was founded in 1997 by poet Thomas L. Vaultonburg, and is now one of the oldest independent literary presses in the Midwest. April is National Poetry Month, and things are busy at Zombie Logic Press. C.J. Campbell is going on The Love Will Not Be Defeated Tour with several punk bands. The children's book The Toughskin Rhinoceros Wrangler Company will be available in the first week of April. Jesus Correa will be displaying his art at Spring Art Scene, and Zombie Logic Press founder Thomas L. Vaultonburg has just written this press release.