What a thrill to launch Rogan Kelly’s new chapbook, Demolition in the Tropics, with a gorgeous cover design by Michelle Rojas Hagler. This title is Number 2 in Volume 4 of our long-running Editor’s Series, and you’re going to love it. Check out this review by Eric Steineger over at Citron Review, and this interview by Philip F. Clark over at The Poet’s Grin. And click here to read Rogan’s poem “Silence at the Borderline Bar” and to order a copy of his chapbook!
Our thanks again to the great folks at Fiddler Crab Review for their interview featuring Seven Kitchens Press on their two-year anniversary. Please visit their site (often!) and send them chapbooks for review.
To celebrate National Poetry Month, we will offer free shipping on all Seven Kitchens titles. Simply omit the shipping cost if paying by check; if you’re using our Buy Now buttons via Paypal, we’ll promptly refund the difference on orders received during the month of April.
Finally, we appreciate your patience if we (that is to say, I) have taken longer than usual to get your chapbooks into the mail. I’m printing, folding, trimming & sewing as fast as I can while trying to think creatively about how to move beyond our current one-person operation yet maintain our standards of quality (ideas are welcome; please e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please drop by Lorcaloca, Eduardo Corral’s blog, to read the Summer Kitchen Series e-talk between Daniel Nathan Terry and Ed Madden! Thanks, Eduardo!