Just a reminder that we are now reading manuscripts for the Robin Becker Chapbook Series through May 15. This year, series editors Crystal Boson and Ron Mohring are joined by co-reader Steffan Triplett. We want to read your queer work! Full guidelines at https://sevenkitchenspress.com/series-guidelines/guidelines-the-robin-becker-chapbook-prize/
Our third title of 2020 is Daniel Barnum’s Names for Animals, Number 22 in our Robin Becker Chapbook Series. Daniel will be reading and signing copies on March 18 in Columbus, Ohio, but you can order your copy now!
The first dozen manuscripts have come in for the Robin Becker Chapbook Series, and it’s turning out to be a fun and varied read so far. Remember, there’s no reading fee and we’ll be considering manuscripts until May 15, so polish up your work and send it in! Details are here.
Update: Just ten days left to send in your manuscript! Dazzle us!
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.
Calling all LGBTQ poets: the Robin Becker Chapbook Series is open. Please send your best work now through May 15! This year’s judge is Nickole Brown. Complete guidelines may be found here.
UPDATE: We’re thrilled to announce that Crystal Boson will be co-editor of this series.
If you’re in Pittsburgh this weekend, please consider Alison Taverna’s book launch of What Hollywood Taught Me: Saturday, September 3, 7pm at James Simons Studio. If you’re not in Pittsburgh, you can still support WHTM by purchasing your copy here!
We’re thrilled to announce the co-winners of the 2015 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize: “What Hollywood Taught Me” by Alison Taverna and “Fifty Degrees” by Gregg Shapiro. Both manuscripts will be published late this spring.
Thanks so much to our guest judge, Ching-In Chen. The next reading period for the Robin Becker Series will be May 1 – May 31, 2016.
Submissions are currently open for this year’s Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Read the full guidelines here. No reading fee. Two manuscripts selected. This year’s judge is Ching-In Chen. If sending by mail, please note our new address in Loveland, Ohio.
Send your best work now!