It’s April. You’ve got poems, and we want to read them! Now considering manuscripts for the annual Robin Becker Chapbook Series, seeking to publish the very best poetry by LGBTQ+ writers. We are working harder than ever to reach out to underrepresented poets and invite them to submit their writing. Full guidelines here: https://sevenkitchenspress.com/series-guidelines/guidelines-the-robin-becker-chapbook-prize/
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.
Patrick’s new chapbook, all the catholic gods, is Number 21 in the Robin Becker Series and completes this year’s trio of titles in the series. Check out a sample poem and get your copy here!
Our fifth chapbook release of 2019, Alec Hershman’s Permanent and Wonderful Storage is #19 in our Robin Becker Series and features gorgeous cover art by Rick Beerhorst. Read more and order your copy here.
We’re so proud to announce the publication of Angels & Adultery by David J. Bauman, selected by Nickole Brown as Number 17 in the Robin Becker Series.
This is the last day to send in your chapbook for the Robin Becker Series. I will be checking remotely (currently on vacation), so it may be an extra day before all entries are posted.
Chapbook orders (thank you!) will be filled when I return home this weekend. I’m trying to stay off the interwebs as much as possible until then.