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Back to School with a FREE Superheroes E-Book

It’s September, so to celebrate the return of the school season Problematic Press is presenting Superheroes: An Analysis of Popular Culture’s Modern Myths FREE for a limited time!

For 5 days only, between today and September 7, 2013, the Kindle edition of Superheroes is FREE to download. It’s our Back-to-School gift to you!

It’s no trick; during this limited-time offer anyone can download a FREE copy of David Reynolds‘ dissertation on how superhero narratives function in society. You don’t even need a Kindle e-reader to take advantage of this opportunity because the Kindle App is freely available for PC, Mac, and mobile devices.

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If you miss this special offer, Problematic Press presents this little tidbit as a consolation prize: Amazon Prime members can, from now until October 26, 2013, borrow Superheroes: An Analysis of Popular Culture’s Modern Myths from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. That means you can borrow the book and read it all you like!

So, be sure to get your digital copy of Superheroes for the Kindle!

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Coming Soon – Vester Vade Mecum: A Collection of Short Fiction

Problematic Press is pleased to announce the upcoming addition of Vester Vade Mecum: A Collection of Short Fiction to our growing library!

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Vester Vade Mecum is a Latin phrase that means “you go with me.” As the title of this textbook, that phrase carries multiple meanings. It indicates that this is a manual that mindful students will carry with them in their studies. In relation to the enduring nature of great stories, the title alludes that these are tales we often recall in our own reflections. In relation to the nature of storytelling, it suggests how the author leads the reader along their journey.

Vester Vade Mecum: A Collection of Short Fiction is a collection to delight educators and pupils alike. It contains a variety of important short works of English literature, featuring authors such as Mary Shelley, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, Louisa May Alcott, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Conan Doyle, Pauline Hopkins, Stephen Leacock, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, and others. Edited by David Reynolds, the text contains contextual information about each author and story as well as questions to provoke critical reflection.

Vester Vade Mecum: A Collection of Short Fiction will be available August 2013, in time for the beginning of the academic year of many post-secondary institutions. It will be available for purchase through the Problematic Press Shops (CAN and US). Also, wholesale purchases of Vester Vade Mecum: A Collection of Short Fiction can be made through CreateSpace Direct, Ingram, and Baker & Taylor.

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