Julie Swarstad Johnson’s Orchard Light was selected by series editors Steve Bellin-Oka and Ron Mohring as Number 20 in our Keystone Chapbook Series. Set against the backdrop of Gettysburg and other historical sites, and drawing from extensive on-site research, these poems explore the challenges of faith endured by a family torn by the American Civil War. Available now.
Effective immediately, Seven Kitchens Press will no longer represent D. Gilson’s work.
Our sixth chapbook release of 2019, A Season for Speaking by Allison Blevins, is #20 in our Robin Becker Series and features gorgeous cover art by Marsha Boston. Read more and order your copy here.
We are proud to announce the selection of the next three titles in the Robin Becker Chapbook Series: all the catholic gods by Patrick Kindig, A Season for Speaking by Alison Blevins, and Permanent and Wonderful Storage by Alec Hershman will appear this winter. Please join us in congratulating these wonderful poets.
It was such a pleasure to read such a brilliant range of work. Thank you, thank you, for continuing to make this such a diverse and enduring series.
JeFF Stumpo is a brilliant poet, and we’re thrilled to release his newest chapbook, Against Itself Cannot Stand, as number 5 in the third volume of our Editor’s Series. Follow this link to read a sample poem and order your copy!
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.
We are currently accepting submissions for the ReBound Series, which brings a wider readership to out-of-print chapbooks by printing them in snazzy, new, editions. Anyone may nominate an out-of-print chapbook, and you also have the opportunity to write an introductory preface to the new edition. Full guidelines are here. You can also browse (and order!) any of the titles in this important series.