This is the last day to send in your chapbook for the Robin Becker Series. I will be checking remotely (currently on vacation), so it may be an extra day before all entries are posted.
Chapbook orders (thank you!) will be filled when I return home this weekend. I’m trying to stay off the interwebs as much as possible until then.
We’re so happy to announce the release of the newest title in the Rane Arroyo Series: The Exclusion Zone, by Wayne Johns. Thanks to Paul Bilger for once again providing such gorgeous cover art.
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Back in 2007, Seven Kitchens Press launched with a modest, hand-made chapbook: Harry Humes’ Underground Singing, selected by Jeff Mann for the inaugural Keystone Chapbook Prize. It’s a title that holds up well today, and we’re grateful to Harry for helping us lead off with such a memorable chapbook.
So it’s a huge thrill to release the 15th chapbook in the Keystone Series (and our 100th title!): Remorse Code, demi-sonnets by Erin Murphy. Thanks so much to Ellen McGrath Smith for selecting this title.
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The first dozen manuscripts have come in for the Robin Becker Chapbook Series, and it’s turning out to be a fun and varied read so far. Remember, there’s no reading fee and we’ll be considering manuscripts until May 15, so polish up your work and send it in! Details are here.
Update: Just ten days left to send in your manuscript! Dazzle us!
We’ve closed out March with the second of two new chapbooks: Sam Pittman’s Mostly Water, which had its launch reading in Pittsburgh on March 31. Selected by Dan Vera and Ron Mohring as Number 6 in the Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series and featuring a gorgeous cover designed by Sam himself, Mostly Water is available now!
It’s a thrill to announce that we have selected two manuscripts for this year’s Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series: “Alterations,” by Dana De Greff of Miami, Florida, and “Mix Tape for a War,” by Guillermo Filice Castro of New York, NY. Both chapbooks will be published this summer as #8 and #9 in the series.
Special thanks to Dan Vera, co-editor of the Rane Arroyo Series, and continued thanks to Glenn Sheldon, who blessed this project from our first conversation.
Please join us in congratulating Dana and Guillermo!
The first of two new chapbooks we’re bringing out this month is Boyer Rickel’s Musick’s Hand-Maid, a crown of elegiac sonnets, as Number 6 in Volume 3 of our Editor’s Series. Boyer’s also just released a new title, Tempo Rubato, in the Green Linden Chapbook Series (read more here); his earlier chapbook, reliquary, is still available from Seven Kitchens here.
Please join us in celebrating Boyer’s new work!