We’re delighted to announce the lineup for the 2021 Summer Kitchen Series, consisting of six poets and five chapbooks. Thank you to everyone who sent in manuscripts for consideration this month: the quality was such that we decided to go ahead and make selections for all four available slots.
Please welcome to the Seven Kitchens Press family:
- Patrice Claeys & Gail Goepfert, for This Hard Business of Living
- Lisa Hammond, for Lily Watch
- Darius Atefat-Peckham, for How Many Love Poems
- Anthony DiPietro, for And Walk Through
- Ellen Birkett Morris, for Abide
Titles are scheduled for release in June and July. Only 24 copies of each chapbook will be available through Seven Kitchens Press. If you’ve purchased a 2021 subscription, you’ll receive the first numbered copies.
Once again, we will open the submission window for our Summer Kitchen Series from February 1 through February 14. From these manuscripts, we will select up to two titles for this year’s series, to be pubished (when else?) this coming summer. Full guidelines can be found here. We look forward to reading your work!
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!
We are stoked to announce the lineup for Volume 8 of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series. Each title appears in an edition of only 49 copies: each author gets 25, and the remaining 24 copies are sold to fund the series. These can go quickly–sometimes within 24 hours!–so stay tuned for the publication announcement (we hope to bring out all four titles in August).
- 8.01: Don’t Ask Why by Michelle Ortega of Basking Ridge, New Jersey.
- 8.02: Rubbing Shoulders with the Greats by Devon Balwit of Portland, Oregon.
- 8.03: Death Salon by Robert Julius of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- 8.04: Nothing But Time by Joanne Epp of Winnepeg, Manitoba.
Please join us in welcoming these poets to Seven Kitchens Press!
Let’s throw open the reading window for this year’s Summer Kitchen Series! You have two weeks–from now through February 14–to send in your chapbook manuscripts. We will select two manuscripts for inclusion in this year’s series, published this summer (hence the name).
What? That’s it! Guidelines are linked above. Dazzle us!
What do Jeff Oaks, Daniel Nathan Terry, Guillermo Castro, Ed Madden, Robin Reagler, Jonathan Bracker, Mary Meriam, Christina Pacosz, Liz Ahl, John Keene, Alec Hershman, and Susan Austin have in common? –They all published limited-edition chapbooks in our Summer Kitchen Series, yeah. But they ALSO went on to publish with us again!
Get your foot in the screen(ing) door: we’ll be selecting two manuscripts this February for inclusion in this year’s Summer Kitchen Series. You’ve got a month to get ready!
We’re closing out summer with the final title in our Summer Kitchen Series: Contemporary Aesthetics, by the inimitable Doug Paul Case, is Number 5 in volume seven of this limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
We’re not ready to say goodbye for the summer–not until we share the last two titles in our Summer Kitchen Series! Today’s release, Requiem, is by Susan Austin, who will have a second chapbook with Seven Kitchens Press in 2020. Requiem is Number 4 in volume seven of this limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
Summer’s not over yet! Volume Seven of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series continues with the release of John Repp’s new chapbook, Madeleine Wolfe–A Sequence, as Number 3 in the series. We’re so happy to publish John’s work again (his chapbook, Big Conneautee, came out in June of 2010 and is still available here).
Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
Volume Seven of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series continues with the release of Rae Gouirand’s new chapbook, Jinx, as Number 2 in the series. We’re thrilled to publish Rae’s poems. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!