We’re thrilled to announce the release of our eighth title in the Rane Arroyo Series: Dana De Greff’s Alterations is now available for ordering! Dana’s official book release will be in Miami in September (more details to follow). Please join us in welcoming Dana to the Seven Kitchens family.
We’ve been reading some terrific poems submitted for this year’s Keystone Chapbook Series. Just a reminder that we are still accepting manuscripts through July 15 (Sunday), so get off that fence if you’ve been thinking about sending your chapbook. No reading fee. Full guidelines here. Send your best work!
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].
Congratulations to Casey Charles, whose new book of poetry, Zicatela, has just been released by FootHills Publishing in their Montana Poets Series.
Casey’s chapbook, Blood Work, was published in 2012 as part of our Summer Kitchen Series.
Casey’s novel, The Monkey Cages, was recently published by Lethe Press.
Seven Kitchens Press seeks poems for its new Homage Series, annual anthologies celebrating the works of great LGBTQ poets. Our inaugural volume will focus on the Alexandrian poet C. P. Cavafy, known for his frank, unapologetic erotics and intimate evocations of Alexandria’s Hellenic past.
Submissions are open to all LGBTQ poets writing in English.
Poems should not simply refer to the life and/or subject matter of the poet’s work but should evoke the style, language, voice, and aesthetic of the poet’s work as contributors interpret it.
Poets may submit up to 3 poems. Previously published poems considered. Submit all poems in a single Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) in an attachment to email@example.com. In the body of your message, please include a brief bio and a 2-3 sentence description of your approach to the chosen poet’s work.
Series editors: Terry Kirts and Ron Mohring.
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.