Just wanted to share the news that Sierra Golden’s chapbook, Aristotle’s Lantern, sold through its initial print run in August and is now in a second printing. Thanks to everyone who continues to support this title, and congratulations to Sierra.
If you didn’t catch it, Will Woolfitt has an interview with Sierra about her chapbook over at Speaking of Marvels. Thanks, Will!
You may know that, as of last November 8, I dedicated 10% of all Seven Kitchens Press sales to be donated back to a worthwhile cause. Our first recipients were the Trevor Project, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. Most recently, donations have been in the form of needed supplies for other small and micro presses. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we will be donating ten percent of all sales received in the months of September and October to the Houston Food Bank.
Please do what you can, in any way you can, to reach out to folks in need.
Update: As of September 18, the amount set aside for the Houston Food Bank is $29.58 and counting. Thank you all.
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.
It’s not escaped my attention that I am always saying I’m thrilled to release a new chapbook, but, folks, I am very much that–thrilled–to announce the publication of Drinking the Pink by Priscilla Atkins, Number 2 in this year’s Summer Kitchen Series and the 21st title in that very-limited-edition series. Only 24 copies will be sold by the press; the author gets the other 25.
It’s a joy to announce the publication of Alec Hershman’s chapbook, The Egg Goes Under, the twentieth title in our Summer Kitchen Series and Number One in our 2017 series. These chaps are very limited–only 24 copies will be sold by the press. Come show us your love by ordering your copy now!