New project, new publication. You’re invited!

Perpetual Imagination recently teamed up with Quabbin Quills, a non-profit organization in the North Quabbin area of Massachusetts. Our goal is to work with local writers on writing workshops and develop a curriculum for local authors to participate with others in bringing their work to the best level. We then edited the result together to form our first anthology for Quabbin Quills, Time’s Reservoir.


You can purchase a hard copy or Kindle edition of the anthology at Amazon. There is an upcoming opportunity to attend an event featuring readings from the authors of the anthology and speeches by the founders of the Quabbin Quills, Steve Piscitello and Garrett Zecker. The event will take place on January 30, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 PM at Athol Public Library in Athol, Massachusetts. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Athol Public Library, and a limited number of books will be available for purchase at a discounted rate of $15 at the door. A purchase is not necessary to attend the event.

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This anthology is the first in a series, and future anthologies and updates will now be available in the “publications” section above under “Quabbin Quills”.

Shakespeare in the Park 2016 Design Rollout

Once again, Perpetual Imagination was given the honor to create the entire promotional and social media rollout for Actors’ Circle Theatre‘s ninth annual Shakespeare in the Park.

This year, the company presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Depot Square in Peterborough, New Hampshire on August 6, 7, 13, and 14 at 5PM. The director is setting the stage in modern “Athens,” a doppleganger for Peterborough itself. The production will feature modern dress and play with technology in the program, and the designs were meant to evoke a millenial, technology-driven sensibility. Selfie-sticks abound in our designs, and we are very proud to present the theater’s visual representation and manage their social media campaigns over the summer of 2016.

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Solomon Deep Interview

Perpetual Imagination author Solomon Deep has won UpLiterate‘s Summer Short Story Contest. The contest was a worldwide call for entries to write a short story with the themes of summer, “often a time of rest and relaxation. It can also be a time to reinvent yourself anew.”

Deep was interviewed by UpLiterate‘s Ben Wurth for the contest.

Read the interview here, which links to his winning story Blow/Refresh.

Solomon Deep wins UpLiterate’s Summer Short Story Contest

Perpetual Imagination author Solomon Deep has won UpLiterate‘s Summer Short Story Contest. The contest was a worldwide call for entries to write a short story with the themes of summer, “often a time of rest and relaxation. It can also be a time to reinvent yourself anew.”

Deep wrote a story called “Blow/Refresh” and his winning entry can be read for free by clicking the image for the story below…

Blow Refresh by Solomon Deep


Oedipussy is Now Available! Win a Copy Today!

Perpetual Imaignation is proud to release Solomon Deep’s newest novel, Oedipussy

It is available at Amazon for your Kindle or paperback, or wherever books are sold!

Enter to win a copy at Goodreads using the following button! You must be logged in to Goodreads to participate.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Oedipussy by Solomon Deep


by Solomon Deep

Giveaway ends February 28, 2016.

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Solomon Deep on Kindle Scout

In addition to publishing, Perpetual Imagination is also an agent for our authors.  Solomon Deep’s newest novel is currently under consideration at Kindle Scout, and we would love it if you went on over to 

and Click Nominate!

If you do, you will help support our author, and also as a thank you, receive a free copy of the novel from Amazon if Kindle Press publishes the book.

Solomon Deep Interview with Mark William Lindberg

Solomon Deep has been interviewed this week by performer Mark William Lindberg, and the interview is available to read in its entirety on his blog.  Mark William Lindberg is a queer author, artist, performer, and educator in Queens, NY. His blog is a collection of notable artists and writers from around the world.

Read it here:

We also have some exciting news about several releases on, including two new publications and more free material in the Free Pi section.  Stay tuned!

Solomon Deep Kindle Promotion and WorldCat


There is a new Kindle Countdown Deal for the new Kindle Edition of Solomon Deep’s Elements.  For the next 7 days, check out Amazon for special pricing on the new edition!  Of course, if you already own it, you were automatically updated with the new edition when it was released earlier this year.


Our books are also now available on WorldCat, and many colleges and universities have interlibrary loan services available.  Speak with your university librarian to see if you can borrow copies of our books from member libraries.

We love to donate copies of our publications to qualifying public and university libraries.  We only donate a certain number of books in a particular calendar year, but if you are a librarian we encourage you to request a copy of one of our books to be a part of your permanent collection.  Please send a request letter via regular mail on library stationary to our address available on our About page.  Include the title of the requested donation, the best way to reach you for a conversation, and the signature of the head librarian at your institution.

A New Cover and Upcoming Dates

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The cover for Solomon Deep’s Elements has gotten a facelift!  The first edition of the ten year anniversary edition of Elements reflected the same design as the original independently released cover ten years ago, which was originally letterpressed onto watercolor cardstock.  Today, we have updated the second edition cover to reflect a much more contemporary design as well as chapter headers that are energizing and unique.  This cover update reflects both the print and Kindle editions.


We are also excited to announce that Actors’ Circle Theatre, the local production company sponsoring our current FortNight tour, are releasing videos of the new performance cast leading up to the live performances in May.  These videos are being released daily, and are an exciting introduction into the program.  So far, these short interview films have featured songs from the show and actors Nicholas Marques (who plays Barry Waters) and Dan Carberg (who plays Myers Penman).

To stay up to date with Actors Circle Theatre videos as they are released prior to the show, visit the ACT YouTube page.  For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Actors Circle Theatre at