FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
An Evening with Rebirth Ink, featuring Linetta
Davis, Brian Quinn, and Sherrie Ball
N Downer Ave Milwaukee, WI 53211
Friday, September 20, at 7:00 pm
As a part of Boswell
Books fall literary line-up, Rebirth Ink Publishing will feature newly
published authors and their works on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 7pm.
Rebirth Ink is a Milwaukee based, small press publisher whose
current portfolio and forthcoming publications are not defined by any
particular genre but rather by the distinction and quality of the writing. In
this renaissance of literature and poetry that is characterized by the small
press, Rebirth Ink looks to define itself as a premier publishing house for
new or previously published authors, poets and playwrights whose writings are
substantial and displays a firm grasp of their chosen craft.
About the Authors: Linetta Davis is a teacher,
author, playwright, and creator of Rebirth Ink Publishing. Her play, A
Black Woman’s Burden: Her Journey from Pain to Freedom, which points to
the road of healing for those surviving sexual abuse, has been performed throughout
the Milwaukee area. She is also author of Honey and Vinegar, a
personal account of the tragic loss of her father before his fiftieth
birthday using journal writing and poetry. While Davis wrote it as a means of
understanding and coping with her bereavement, it has also found use as a
guide for others who are dealing with great loss and/or unexpressed personal
tragedies and are trying to find balance between the sweet and bitter aspects
The Tint of Glass Awnings is Brian Quinn’s first published book. His
poetry focuses on exploring the four humors, engaging all the senses in
multi-dimensional scenes. A chef and a poet originally from the South, Quinn
now lives in Milwaukee with his wife and son.
Author of The Cutting Room Floor, Sherrie Ball is a single mother,
student, and writer. Her previously untitled poem “I Do Not Know Your Name,”
honoring our military heroes has received viral internet recognition,
acclaimed as the "new words to honor the fallen". Ball has also
accepted the Written Works award from Southwest Wisconsin's Fallfire Contest
from 2008- 2010, has printed a book of historical poetry in collaboration
with sculpture artist Florence Bird, and her poem “Victorian/Victorious” is
currently displayed at the Mississippi River Sculpture Park located in
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, where she resides.
You can learn more about
this free event by visiting http://boswell.indiebound.com/upcoming-events
or by contacting Rebirth Ink at firstname.lastname@example.org .
###hat he set me upon. And so, I must stay
strong and continue to wade through life’s highs and lows with esteem and
confidence, not just because my father would want me to, but because maybe, I
have a little more living, learning, and loving to do. These words are a
testament to my father, Ulysses Dailey, Jr. See what love can do?
if you know the power of words or if
you need inspiration to PIMP your gift, join us for this powerful event. All
attendees will receive a copy of Honey and Vinegar as well as view a live
performance from me, Linetta Davis, and friends, Selena McKnight, Tamara Key,
and Spitfire Shine.
Knowing how difficult it is to get noticed, I am opening an opportunity for
other positive thinkers and artists. Vendor tables are available for the low
cost of $35. All interested artists, inbox me or email me at
So much creativity and postive energy, this is something you don't want to