We’re thrilled to announce the release of two new chapbooks in the Rane Arroyo Series: Aristotle’s Lantern by Sierra Golden, and A Short Tablature of Loss by Rodney Gomez. Please check them out–orders will begin shipping March 31–and please join us in congratulating Sierra and Rodney!
Today marks the release of the newest title in our Editor’s Series: Wives’ Tales by Marjorie Maddox. Get your copy here!
update: Marjorie will be reading from her new chapbook on Tuesday, February 21 at 7 p.m. in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts [Penn State-Altoona]. More details here.
It’s February, and we are very open: calling all poets and readers of poetry to nominate your favorite out-of-print chapbooks for publication in fresh, new editions through the Seven Kitchens Press ReBound Series. This window closes on March 15, so click on over to the guidelines and send us your favorite chapbooks!
Welp, it’s finally here: Call It Something Different, the new chapbook by Dakota Garilli. Author copies are going out now, and orders will start shipping November 15. We’re very excited to have another cover designed by Kinsley Stocum. Check out full details here.
We are super-stoked to announce the release of Volume Four in our Summer Kitchen Series: The Lesbian by Mary Meriam, Low Theory by Justin Sherwood, Playland by John Keene, and The Paper God by Kat Black.
This very limited-edition series will go quickly: only 23 copies of each title are available from the press (order here) with 25 copies going to each author. Hot off the press to close out the summer season!
There’s just one day left to enter your chapbook in consideration for the Keystone Chapbook Prize. Full details are here.
If you’re in the area of Plymouth, New Hampshire this Thursday, 9/15, why not help support the launch of Liz Ahl’s new chapbook, Home Economics, at the Silver Center for the Arts? The event kicks off at 7 pm, and Liz will be happy to sign copies of her chapbook.
If you’re not in the area, you can still buy a copy here. Fair warning: the first print run is almost gone!