New York, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
Sullivan Street Press announces entering new publishing relationship with Kirpal Gordon with great pleasure and excitement in promotion of the soon-to-be published e-book, the novel, Go Ride the Music: A Love Odyssey, scheduled for launch on December 19, 2013.
Sullivan Street Press’ e-book program continues to bring readers stories that are of significance in this changing world. Kirpal Gordon’s novel features Ganga Ghose, a brilliant, young, and fascinating music student from Calcutta who becomes hypnotized by a hallucinatory voice she hears coming from her silent radio to “Go ride the music.” Not missing a beat, Ganga unravels herself from her traditional studies and family and through a bizarre set of circumstances finds herself hopscotching the globe to end up impersonating the female vocalists who held her mesmerized as she lay in her bed listening to her radio in India. Ganga's struggles to be another and to be herself mark a turning point in the ways in which modern fiction talks about love, lust and redemption.
“As a small green e-publishing company, we seek out those writers whose stories should be within the reach of a wide ereading audience,” states Deborah Emin, Founder of Sullivan Street Press. Deborah continues, “Building relationships with authors like Kirpal Gordon is one of the many benefits of being a publisher in a global community. It is because we offer a greater focus on social networks, and on developing tools for writers to use in meeting their new audiences, that we are successful in signing new authors like Gordon, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.”
Go Ride the Music: A Love Odyssey will be launched on December 19, 2013. From November 14 to December 18, 2013, there will be a special pre-publication price of $6.95. The price will then go to its retail price of $13.95 on December 19, 2013. (All titles published by Sullivan Street Press are available exclusively on the website: http://sullivanstpress.com. Gift coupons are also available for this and all titles).
About Sullivan Street Press: Founded 4 years ago, Sullivan Street Press entered the e-publishing domain to change the publishing paradigm. It recognized that for both financial and environmental reasons it was necessary to advocate for the rise of the e-book and the technology that makes all things digital possible. Responding to readers' concerns about the environment, three new e-books on activism, animal rights and Eco-villages will be launched over the next 12 months in a variety of innovative formats. One new novelist has also been added to the new line up of work the press intends to use as a synergistic mix of art and commitment to changing the world. For more information on all the various ways in which Sullivan Street Press is using new technology to expand the potential of e-books, visit the website: http://www.sullivanstpress.com.
About Kirpal Gordon:
From New York City, but not unlike his character Ganga Ghose, Kirpal Gordon's literary career has taken him to many locations where he studied with and about many masters (e.g., Allen Ginsberg and Robert Duncan) who laid the foundations for how Gordon translates this ever-changing world into fiction, poetry, music, drama and the visual arts.
Justly seeing himself as the “scribe to his tribe,” Gordon has a deep community involvement that finds expression in his previous work with prison populations, to his more current work teaching writing on the college level, to his work with corporate entities that offer better insight for their customers in the health care and education fields. Gordon is widely published and has a CD out, Speak-Spake-Spoke. For more information go to http://www.kirpalg.com.