Category Archives: publication news

New release: Hayden Saunier, Field Trip to the Underworld [Keystone Series]

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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.

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Ellen McGrath Smith: Scatter, Feed

We’re delighted to announce the newest chapbook in our Editor’s Series: Scatter, Feed by Ellen McGrath Smith. Check out the terrific cover art by Tony Fitzpatrick.

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Official release date is October 10. Order yours now right here!

R.J. Gibson, You Could Learn a Lot

Gibson_YOU COULD LEARN A LOT_web coverYou Could Learn a Lot, poems by RJ Gibson, officially launched this weekend. It’s Number 8 in Volume Two of our Editor’s Series and features a cover designed by the author. Many thanks to the folks who preordered: I’m working on getting your copies out this week!

Mistakes with Strangers launches today

Mistakes with Strangers, the new chapbook by Jeff Oaks, is officially published today! Number 7 in Volume Two of our Editor’s Series and hot on the heels of A.V. Christie’s The Wonders, which came out July 1, we (I) are (am) folding, cutting, and sewing a big ol’ batch of preordered copies–thank you, everyone!–and will have all those out by this weekend. Then it’s a merry-go-round assembly of several titles by Steven Alvarez, Christina Pacosz, Kevin McLellan, Christina Hutchins, Will Woolfitt, Dave Bonta, Heather Burns, Jeffery Ethan Lee. . . you get the picture: we need volunteers/ interns/ elves. If anyone knows anyone in the area who’d like to help assemble chapbooks and talk poetry, drop me a line (ron dot mohring at gmail dot com). And thank you, thank you all, for helping Seven Kitchens hang together through seven years and sixty (!) chapbooks. 

David J Daniels: New chapbook release

Daniels_INDECENCY_web coverIndecency, the new chapbook by David J. Daniels, officially comes out tomorrow, October 15. Co-winner of the 2012 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, selected by Elena Georgiou, and published in a limited edition of 200 copies. Order yours here.