Seven Kitchens Press is seeking a dedicated individual to serve as co-editor of the Keystone Chapbook Series. Must be ___________ and ____________________. (I’ve written and erased this sentence twenty times. If you know what the Keystone Chapbook Series is, send an e-mail to sevenkitchenspress at gmail dot com and tell me why you’d love to help develop and champion this series.)
We pay in chapbooks and abiding love. For independent literature.
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Huge thanks to Ellen McGrath Smith for selecting Erin Murphy’s manuscript as the next title in our Keystone Chapbook Series. Erin’s chapbook, “Remorse Code,” is a series of demi-sonnets (a form she invented); her previous book of demi-sonnets, Word Problems, was released in 2010. “Remorse Code” will be published this fall.
Manuscripts are currently being considered for the 2017 Keystone Chapbook Series; full guidelines are available here.
Manuscripts are now being accepted for the 2017 Keystone Chapbook Series, showcasing Pennsylvania poets. This series was launched in 2007 with the founding of Seven Kitchens Press and the publication of Underground Singing by Harry Humes. Full guidelines are available here. We would love to read your chapbook!
Please welcome two new poets into the Keystone Chapbook Series: Eric Schwerer’s chapbook, Cruel Folklore, and Tammy Robacker’s collection, R, were both selected by Deirdre O’Connor as co-winners of the Keystone Chapbook Prize, and both have been released this month. Please click the titles to find out more and order your copies!
We’re delighted to announce the long-awaited release of Hayden Saunier’s new chapbook, Field Guide to the Underworld. Read a sample poem and order your copy here.
Please join us in welcoming Michael Hurley’s Wooden Boys to the world! Selected by Brent Goodman as Number 11 in the Keystone Chapbook Series, Michael’s collection officially launches on August 25. Here’s the shortlink.