Category Archives: Editor’s Series

Preorder Days of Dark Miracles by Daniel Nathan Terry

We’ve been looking forward to this title since last summer, and now we can finally say that it’s time to pre-order your copy of Daniel Nathan Terry’s brilliant, harrowing Days of Dark Miracles, with gorgeous original cover art by Benjamin Billingsley. Number 13 in our Editor’s Series. 29 pages. You know you want one.

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New title forthcoming by David J. Daniels

We’re very happy to announce that we’ll be publishing Breakfast in the Suburbs by David J. Daniels in next year’s Editor’s Series. David’s manuscript was a finalist for the 2011 Editor’s Prize, and we’re thrilled to bring it to you in March of 2012. Stay tuned for more information (including how to pre-order), and please join us in congratulating David and welcoming him to the Seven Kitchens clan!

Editor’s Prize co-winners selected

Please join us in congratulating the co-winners of our inaugural Editor’s Prize: Roxanne Halpine Ward (for This Electric Glow) and Jeffrey Ethan Lee (for Towards Euphoria). Both manuscripts will be published by Seven Kitchens Press; our preliminary schedule has the release dates set for January and February of 2012. These new titles will launch Volume Two of our Editor’s Series.

Our sincere thanks to everyone who submitted work and shared the word. We couldn’t do this without you.

HOMELAND: A Panorama in 50 States by Pedro Ponce

We’re so happy to announce the publication of our first full-length collection, Pedro Ponce’s HOMELAND: A Panorama in 50 States, selected as Number Twelve in our Editor’s Series. The cover art is by Roxanne Carter, and the cover design is by the amazing Kari Larsen. This gorgeous 59-page (chap)book is assembled using Japanese stab binding; we know you’ll love it as much as we do.

Review of Todd Davis chapbook

Many thanks to Dave Bonta over at Via Negativa for his lovely, insightful review of Household of Water, Moon, & Snow by Todd Davis. The review posted last week; we’re a little slow here but very much enjoyed reading it this evening.

It’s fascinating how a good review can lead us to reconsider poems we thought were already familiar: having typeset, proofread, and assembled many copies of Household, I was nonetheless invited into these poems all over again. Thanks, Dave.