We’re so happy to release the 12th title in our Rane Arroyo Series: The Gospel According to X, by Oliver Baez Bendorf, featuring two alternate covers by Kim Charles Kay. Get your copy here!
The next release in our Editor’s Series is Edison Dupree’s Boy With a Ball, featuring original cover art by Rebecca Doughty. Please join us in welcoming Edison to the Seven Kitchens Press family and click here to order your copy.
We’re so proud to release the newest title in our Rane Arroyo Series: Ballast by Alyse Knorr is out today to coincide with the start of our reading period for Rane Arroyo Series manuscripts. Look for the final chapbook in this year’s Rane Arroyo Series trio, The Gospel According to X by Oliver Baez Bendorf, later this month. Meanwhile, please join us in welcoming Alyse to the Seven Kitchens Press family and click here to read more about Ballast (and to order your copy).
We’re closing out summer with the final title in our Summer Kitchen Series: Contemporary Aesthetics, by the inimitable Doug Paul Case, is Number 5 in volume seven of this limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
We’re not ready to say goodbye for the summer–not until we share the last two titles in our Summer Kitchen Series! Today’s release, Requiem, is by Susan Austin, who will have a second chapbook with Seven Kitchens Press in 2020. Requiem is Number 4 in volume seven of this limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
Summer’s not over yet! Volume Seven of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series continues with the release of John Repp’s new chapbook, Madeleine Wolfe–A Sequence, as Number 3 in the series. We’re so happy to publish John’s work again (his chapbook, Big Conneautee, came out in June of 2010 and is still available here).
Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
It’s our pleasure to announce the next title forthcoming in the Robin Becker Chapbook Series: Names for Animals, by Daniel Barnum of Columbus, Ohio. The 22nd title in this series, Names for Animals will be published this winter by Seven Kitchens Press.
Daniel Barnum was dreamed up in a desert, raised in a forest, and now lives and writes in Columbus, Ohio. He is the recipient of fellowships from the Bucknell Seminar for Younger Poets and The Ohio State University. His poems, essays, and translation works are forthcoming from or have appeared in Cutthroat, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Quarter After Eight, Notre Dame Review, RHINO, Barrow Street, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. He currently serves as the associate managing editor for The Journal, and poetry editor of The White Elephant. Names for Animals is his first chapbook.