Our Anthology Series

Cover of “Cia So Manic in a Mosaic”
Mosaic cover for our first anthology of new and original palindromes!

Meet Cia, manta whisperer and underwater cat trainer. Here she is doing four impossible things before breakfast: holding her breath for an hour during an undersea jaunt; riding her favorite giant manta, Faye Wraye; sipping espresso arabica below the waves; and recording a viral video of her ocean-loving cat, Jacques “Mioeux” Cousteau.

Learn more about Cia in our first anthology of all new and original palindromes. Our members wrote every one of these gems from 1 September 2020 to 30 June 2021. The compositions range from the absurd to the sublime. But this collection is so much more than a list of palindromes. On every symmetrical entry the author explains their inspiration and explores the meaning behind the composition. Look for the Kindle ebook on Amazon starting 1 September 2021.

Do you really, really, really love palindromes? We will have Advance Review Copies available for free in the weeks before publication. Check back here to sign up for your ARC. Read it and then rave about it on our selected review sites.

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Draft cover of “Koala Cola Lo-cal A-OK”
Draft cover for our second anthology of new and original palindromes!

We are now accepting your original palindrome compositions for Koala Cola Lo-cal A-OK. The deadline is 30 June 2022. If you aren’t already a member click the Join Now button below. Members have free access to Franklin’s Palindromedary, the unique set of word lists optimized for palindromes, and to the Palindrome Composer, the only tool that makes writing palindromes easy. Join today to submit your original compositions! I look forward to reading them.

Submission Guidelines

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Memberships are FREE. I’m grateful for your interest.

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