Category Archives: new title release

New titles released: Rahal, Siranian [Rane Arroyo Series]

We are so excited to release these two new chapbooks today:

No New Wilderness by Andrew Rahal and She by Theadora Siranian are Number 14 and 15 in our Rane Arroyo Series. Along with Finding Helen by Pamela Sumners, these three titles were selected by Dan Vera and Ron Mohring in 2020. We are so proud of this amazing trio.

New chapbook: Pamela L. Sumners, Finding Helen [Rane Arroyo Series]

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Please join us in celebrating the release of our newest chapbook: Finding Helen by Pamela Sumners is the first of three titles selected by Dan Vera and Ron Mohring in 2020 for the Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series. The other titles will be out in a couple of weeks. Read a sample poem and order Pamela’s chapbook here.

New chapbook: Having Visions Again: Deborah Fries

Please join us in celebrating the upcoming release of our newest chapbook: Having Visions Again by Deborah Fries was selected by Steve Bellin-Oka and Ron Mohring as the 22nd title in our Keystone Chapbook Series. The official publication date is April 21, but you can read a sample poem and order your copy now.

New chapbook: Jerry Judge, The Cold Moon [Editor’s Series]

Please join us in celebrating the release of our newest chapbook: The Cold Moon, by Cincinnati poet Jerry Judge, is a poignant journal of loss and grief, mapped through tender and acutely-observed moments. Read a sample poem and order your copy here.

New chapbook: Mapping the Valley

Please join us in celebrating the release of our newest chapbook: Mapping the Valley, a father-and-son collaboration between David J. Bauman and Micah James Bauman, is Number 12 in Volume Four of our Editor’s Series. Featuring a cover painting by Michael B. McFarland,  Mapping the Valley provides a unique glimpse into a shifting dynamic of care and caring, depression and recovery, tracked throughout with unflinching honesty. Read a sample poem and order your copy here.

New chapbook: Ed Madden, Sebastian

We are thrilled to announce the release of Ed Madden’s 4th chapbook with Seven Kitchens Press. Sebastian, Number 12 in our ReBound Series, was originally published in 2011 as a pamphlet of poems written in response to ideas and images developed for a collaborative art exhibit, Saint Sebastian: from Martyr to Gay Starlet, in Columbia, SC. We are grateful to secure permission from the original artist, Alejandro García-Lemos, to use his work again for the cover image. Read a sample poem and order your copy here.

New release: Summer Kitchen Series: Ortega, Balwit, Julius, Epp

We’re stoked to release this year’s titles in the Summer Kitchen Series: Don’t Ask Why by Michelle Ortega, Rubbing Shoulders with the Greats by Devon Balwit, Death Salon by Robert Julius, and Nothing but time by Joanne Epp. Each title is limited to 49 copies: 25 go to the author and 24 are sold to fund this series. Order yours now!

New release: Don Hogle, Madagascar [Keystone Series]

Hogle_Madagascar_webWe’re so happy to announce the release of the newest title in our Keystone Chapbook Series: Madagascar by Don Hogle, selected by series editors Steve Bellin-Oka & Ron Mohring. The official publication date for this chapbook is August 21, but you can order now! Cover image by Ron Mohring.

New title: Ron Mohring, Amateur Grief [ReBound Series]

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Ron Mohring’s Amateur Grief was originally selected by Maureen Seaton as the winner of the Frank O’Hara Chapbook Prize and published by Thorngate Road in 1998. Out of print for 20 years, we are releasing Ron’s first chapbook in a new edition as Number 11 in our ReBound Series. This chapbook is a distilled chronicle of living with, caring for, and ultimately losing a loved partner to AIDS. All sales help support the ReBound Series, created in 2010 to bring out-of-print chapbooks into vibrant new editions.

More information here.

New release: Susan Austin, The Disappearing Word [Editor’s Series]

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Susan Austin’s The Disappearing Word was selected by Ron Mohring as Number 9 in Volume Four of our Editor’s Series. These poems chart the struggle of accommodating unexpected illness and its challenges not only to the physical body but to identity itself. Available now.