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Bri Bruce holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in post-modern and creative writing from the University of California at Santa Cruz and has conducted extensive post-graduate work with UC Berkeley’s professional editing program. Currently an author, editor, photographer, publisher, and both a freelance and professional graphic designer, her work has appeared in dozens of anthologies, magazines, and literary publications, including The Sun Magazine, Northwind Magazine, The Soundings Review, and The Monterey Poetry Review.

Bruce was named Featured Poet of Homebound Publications’ holiday issue of The Wayfarer (Vol. 2, Issue 4, Dec. 2013). Most recently, seven of her poems were selected to be included in Tayen Lane Publishing’s Poems from Conflicted Hearts alongside Poet Laureate Alice Shapiro, and she was the recipient of PushPen Press’s Pendant Prize for Poetry for her haiku series published in THREE with Poet Laureate Erica Goss.

Specializing in all things books and print media, Bruce’s professional work has given her the opportunity to work with dozens of authors, academics, and small businesses, assisting with editing, book design, and marketing. Many of her clients’ books have gone on to win awards.

Bruce is the award-winning author of The Weight of Snow: New & Selected Poems, published February 2014 by Black Swift Press. Her newest work, 28 Days of Solitude, written entirely during her four-week residency in the remote forests of Northern California, was published August of 2015 and is currently receiving positive reviews.


Bri Bruce Productions

Literature, Photography & Graphic Design

The purpose of my blog is to help promote the works of independent authors, whether through book reviews, promotional blasts, or offering publishing, editing, and design services. My blog also serves as a showcase of my own work in hopes that I can help inspire independent authors to meet their goals of publishing their books.


What was the last book you read without skipping any pages?
I recently re-read Mary Oliver’s Evidence. She is by far my favorite author/poet, and I can’t get enough of her work; it’s very easy to read through without skipping pages.

What’s your most bizarre talent?
I can tie a cherry stem in a knot in my mouth in under ten seconds.

What is your favorite classic Disney movie?
Probably Peter always liked the story of Neverland and find it interesting that the original book was rather dark. Plus, who wants to grow up?

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