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Daniels_INDECENCY_web coverIndecency, the new chapbook by David J. Daniels, officially comes out tomorrow, October 15. Co-winner of the 2012 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, selected by Elena Georgiou, and published in a limited edition of 200 copies. Order yours here.

Woolfitt_The Salvagers Arts_web coverHot on the heels of Dave Bonta’s Breakdown: Banjo Poems is the tenth title in the Keystone Chapbook Series: The Salvager’s Arts, by William Kelley Woolfitt, selected by Sascha Feinstein. The official release date is September 28; please allow two weeks for delivery–I make each copy by hand, ya know. Orders are now being taken through Paypal or by query to sevenkitchens at yahoo dot com. Please join us in congratulating Will!

Just checked in on the Kickstarter campaign to support the November 7 performance of Ed Madden’s My Father’s House set to music by Paddy Dover: the campaign has met its $3500 goal and is still going strong! Please help support this unique event.

We’re so very happy to bring out Dave Bonta’s new collection, Breakdown: Banjo Poems, Number Nine in the Keystone Chapbook Series, selected by Sascha Feinstein. We love, love the superb cover art by Steven Sherrill. Orders are now being taken through Paypal or by query to sevenkitchens at yahoo dot com. Please join us in congratulating Dave!

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Dave Bonta’s chapbook, Breakdown: Banjo Poems, is co-winner of the 2011 Keystone Chapbook Prize and will be released September 21 as Number 9 in the series. Here’s a preview of the cover, featuring original art by Steven Sherrill:

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David J. Daniels’ chapbook, Indecency, is co-winner of the 2012 Robin Becker Prize and will be released October 15 as Number 9 in the series. We’re thrilled to give you a preview of the gorgeous cover, designed by John Tiedemann and Lauren Picard:

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After a long delay (sorry, sorry), we’re very happy to announce the co-winners of the 2012 Keystone Chapbook Prize. Guest judge Brent Goodman has selected Field Trip to the Underworld by Hayden Saunier as the winner among writers with previous book publication; Marjorie Maddox’s Recently Young in a People Gone Old was the runner-up. Among writers with no previous book publication, Brent selected Wooden Boys by Michael Hurley; Katherine Fallon’s The Tooth-Maker’s Daughter was the runner-up.

The winning chapbooks will be published next spring. Congratulations to all the finalists–it was a pleasure to read work at such a consistently high level.

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