What better way to launch August than with five new chapbooks? Our hot, limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series drops today, with fresh titles by Jill McCabe Johnson, Alyse Bensel, Beverly Voigt, Scott Honeycutt, and Jacob Budenz. Please join us in welcoming these poets to Seven Kitchens Press.
Feast your eyes on the fresh, new covers for this year’s Summer Kitchen Series! These hot, limited-edition chapbooks will be out in just a few weeks, and they’re expected to sell out fast. Please welcome to the Seven Kitchens family (left to right) Jill McCabe Johnson [Pendulum], Alyse Bensel [Lies to Tell the Body], Beverly Voigt [Woman of Salt], Scott Honeycutt [Twelve Miles North of the Ohio River], and Jacob Budenz [Pastel Witcheries].
For the sixth volume of our hot, limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series, we’re proud to announce the following selections, slated for publication (if we can keep up this pretty crazy production schedule) this July:
- Jill McCabe Johnson, Pendulum
- Alyse Bensel, Lies to Tell the Body
- Beverly Voigt, Woman of Salt
- Scott Honeycutt, Twelve Miles North of the Ohio River
- Jacob Budenz, Pastel Witcheries
Please join us in congratulating these poets!
We round out this year’s Summer Kitchen Series with Hopewell Bay, a long poem by Cynthia Neely. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press; the author gets the other 25. Please welcome Cynthia to the Seven Kitchens family and show some love by ordering a copy of her new chapbook!
We are closing out August with the remaining three titles in our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series. Announcing Number 3 in this year’s series, Dead Letter Office at North Atlantic Station by Steve Bellin-Oka. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press; the author gets the other 25.
It’s not escaped my attention that I am always saying I’m thrilled to release a new chapbook, but, folks, I am very much that–thrilled–to announce the publication of Drinking the Pink by Priscilla Atkins, Number 2 in this year’s Summer Kitchen Series and the 21st title in that very-limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press; the author gets the other 25.