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!
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!
Rounding out the month of February and back by popular demand, we’re proud to release the new edition of Robin Reagler’s Dear Red Airplane, which originally appeared in 2011 as part of our Summer Kitchen Series. That edition sold out practically overnight, and it’s our joy to make this fresh, new edition available, featuring an introduction by Laura Mullen.
Get yours here!
JeFF Stumpo is a brilliant poet, and we’re thrilled to release his newest chapbook, Against Itself Cannot Stand, as number 5 in the third volume of our Editor’s Series. Follow this link to read a sample poem and order your copy!
We’re so proud to announce the publication of the third title in this year’s Robin Becker Chapbook Series: Hannah Larrabee’s Murmuration, selected by Julie R Enszer as Number 16 in the series. Check out the full details here.
We’re proud to announce the newest title in the Robin Becker Chapbook Series: Portrait of a Voice by Mary Ann Davis, selected by Julie R Enszer as Number 15 in the series. Check out full details here.
Please help us celebrate the release of Ed Madden’s new chapbook, So they can sing: Number 14 in the Robin Becker Chapbook Series, selected by Julie R Enszer. The gorgeous cover art is by Paul Bilger, whose work will appear on the covers of all three Becker Series titles this fall.