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.
Thanks so much to everyone who sent in manuscripts for our first-ever pop-up submission window. We’ve selected five chapbooks to appear in volume 7 of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series this July. Congratulations to these poets:
- John Repp, for Madeleine Wolf–A Sequence
- Rae Gouirand, for Jinx
- Doug Paul Case, for Contemporary Aesthetics
- Susan Austin, for Requiem
- Luke Jacob, for Wishes Wished Just Hard Enough
Look for ordering information this June, including a very-limited-edition bundle option to grab all five titles!
Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series editors Dan Vera and Ron Mohring are delighted to announce the selection of three manuscripts from this fall’s entries: “The Gospel According to X” by Oliver Baez Bendorf, “Ballast” by Alyse Knorr, and “Red State” by Matt Daly will be published in summer of 2019.
Please join us in welcoming Oliver, Alyse and Matt to the Seven Kitchens family!
Keystone Chapbook Series editors Steve Bellin-Oka and Ron Mohring are delighted to announce the selection of two manuscripts: “Feed” by Emily Mohn-Slate, and “Bloodfish” by Jennifer Jackson Berry, both of Pittsburgh. Both chapbooks will be published in spring of 2019. Please join us in congratulating Emily and Jennifer!
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!