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Author news

Please join us in congratulating our authors on the forthcoming publication of their first full-length collections:

Catherine Staples’ collection, The Rattling Window, will be published by Ashland Poetry Press. Catherine is the author of Never a Note Forfeit, co-winner of the 2010 Keystone Chapbook Prize. In other news, Catherine’s poem “Red Rover” won the Guy Owen Prize from the Southern Poetry Review.

Matthew Hittinger’s collection, Skin Shift, will be published in June 2012 by Sibling Rivalry Press. Matthew is the author of Platos de Sal, #2 in our Editor’s Series.

We also have word that Steven Riel’s first full-length collection has found a publisher–more word on that as soon as we hear. Steven is the author of Postcard from P-town, #2 in our Robin Becker Chapbook Series.

And please check out a new blog from Steve Turtell, Adventures of a Working Stiff: 50 Jobs in 50 Years: fascinating narratives about some of the many jobs Steve has held. Steve is the author of Letter to Frank O’Hara, #3 in our ReBound Series.

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Great news for Katie Bode-Lang

We’ve just learned that Katie Bode-Lang’s Spring Melt has won the 2010 New England Poetry Club’s Jean Pedrick Chapbook Prize for a chapbook of poems published in the last two years.  NEPC was founded by Robert Frost, Amy Lowell, and Conrad Aiken in 1915. Katie has been invited to read on December 6 at Harvard. Please join us in congratulating Katie for this wonderful achievement.