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Catherine Staples chapbook forthcoming: preorder now!

Never a Note Forfeit. Number 8 in the Keystone Chapbook Series and co-winner of the 2010 Keystone Chapbook Prize, selected by guest judge Betsy Sholl, this chapbook is scheduled for publication on July 1. Pre-orders are welcome–please click here.

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Preorder Braids & Other Sestinas by Leonard Kress

 We’re now accepting pre-orders for Braids & Other Sestinas by Leonard Kress, which was selected by Betsy Sholl as co-winner of the 2010 Keystone Chapbook Prize. Copies should be ready to mail out by the first week of June; we’ll fill pre-orders first and then start sending out complimentary copies to the folks who entered a manuscript last year and have selected Braids as your preferred title. (The other co-winner, Never a Note Forfeit by Catherine Staples, is currently in production.)

Look for a fresh author page and ordering information under our “Our Books” tab; it should be up within 24 hours.

Keystone Chapbook Prize co-winners selected

The results are in: this year’s guest judge, Betsy Sholl, has selected “Never a Note Forfeit,” by Catherine Staples, as the winning manuscript among writers with no previous chapbook publication for this year’s Keystone Prize. The runner-up manuscript was Jillian Barnett’s “You Don’t Need a Nose (and Other Things I’ve Learned).”

From the manuscripts by writers with previous chapbook or book publication, Betsy has selected “Braid & Other Sestinas” by Leonard Kress. The runner-up manuscript was “Appalachian Venus” by Melody Davis.

Leonard’s chapbook will be published in April 2011, and Catherine’s will be published in May 2011.

We want to thank everyone who submitted work, shared the word, and helped to make this the most successful year ever for the Keystone Series. With your support, Seven Kitchens continues to grow and uphold our commitment to publish strong, original poetry in handmade editions that our authors can be proud of. Special thanks to Betsy Sholl for serving as this year’s judge.

Next year’s Keystone Series has a new reading period: July 1 to August 15, 2011. Please mark your calendars!