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.
Order yours here!
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.
If you’re in the area of Plymouth, New Hampshire this Thursday, 9/15, why not help support the launch of Liz Ahl’s new chapbook, Home Economics, at the Silver Center for the Arts? The event kicks off at 7 pm, and Liz will be happy to sign copies of her chapbook.
If you’re not in the area, you can still buy a copy here. Fair warning: the first print run is almost gone!
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!
How exciting to announce that Liz Ahl’s new chapbook, Home Economics, is finally ready! Check it out, including a sample poem and a link to order your copy, right here.
We’re thrilled to announce the co-winners of the 2015 Rane Arroyo Chapbook Prize: “Aristotle’s Lantern” by Sierra Golden of Seattle, Washington and “A Short Tablature of Loss” by Rodney Gomez of Brownsville, Texas. Both manuscripts will be published this fall. Runners-up this year were MK Sukach, for “Hypothetically Speaking,” and Thomas Alan Holmes, for “Medievalist and I.” Our thanks to everyone who sent in manuscripts.
The next reading period for the Rane Arroyo Series will be November 1 – December 16, 2016.
At this time we’d also like to extend our deep gratitude to Eduardo Corral, who is concluding his term as co-editor of this series.
We’re closing out the month of May with two more chapbooks! Alison Taverna’s What Hollywood Taught Me and Gregg Shapiro’s Fifty Degrees were selected by Ching-In Chen as co-winners of the Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, and both are now available for ordering!
The reading period for this year’s Robin Becker Prize has been extended to June 16, so get those manuscripts in. This year’s judge is Julie R. Enszer.