Thanks to the help of some generous friends, I’ll be packing up my car and driving to DC the first of August for the OutWrite Conference: Seven Kitchens Press will have a book table on Saturday, and we’re on a 3pm panel discussing chapbook publishing. If you’re in the DC area, please stop by. And if you’re interested in helping out with the book table, even if only for a little while, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Hope to see you there!
July 15 is the last day to send in your manuscript for the Keystone Chapbook Series (for Pennsylvania poets, however you wish to define that term). Don’t miss your chance to join this gallery of amazing poets!
What better day than July 4 to bring out Matt Daly’s new chapbook, Red State, selected by Dan Vera & Ron Mohring as Number 11 in our Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series? Click here to check it out and also read about the release of Matt’s full-length collection, Between Here and Home.
Remember that 100% of all chapbook purchases for the weekend of July 5 – 7 will be donated to Raices in solidarity with Bookstores Against Borders!
During the July 5-7 weekend, Seven Kitchens Press will donate 100% of our chapbook sales to Raices in solidarity with #Bookstores Against Borders, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $50. Please consider donating to this urgent cause, whether through your purchase with 7KP or through a direct donation of any amount to Raices.
Update: Raices is very close to their fundraising goal of $300K. Any amount you can give will help!
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!
What a thrill to launch Rogan Kelly’s new chapbook, Demolition in the Tropics, with a gorgeous cover design by Michelle Rojas Hagler. This title is Number 2 in Volume 4 of our long-running Editor’s Series, and you’re going to love it. Check out this review by Eric Steineger over at Citron Review, and this interview by Philip F. Clark over at The Poet’s Grin. And click here to read Rogan’s poem “Silence at the Borderline Bar” and to order a copy of his chapbook!
We’re happy to announce the publication of Lucas Jacob’s new chapbook, Wishes Wished Just Hard Enough, as Number 1 in the seventh volume of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press, so get yours now!
6/22 update: This chapbook has sold out. Thank you for your amazing support of this poet and his work!