We’re excited to present Pair-ups: A special pairing of two titles from our backlist, these are limited in number and only available at this price while supplies are in stock. Catch up on some great chapbooks you may have missed. Free shipping on all Pair-up orders.
Our hats are off to 7KP poet Christina Hutchins, whose full-length collection, The Stranger Dissolves, is a finalist for the Publishing Triangle’s Audre Lorde Award. Good luck, Christina!
And congrats to Catherine Staples, whose gorgeous chapbook, Never a Note Forfeit, has just gone into its fourth printing!
Please join us in congratulating Austin Gray on his soon-to-be-released chapbook, The Mystery of Horses, selected by Eloise Klein Healy as co-winner of the 2010 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize along with Christina Hutchins’ Radiantly We Inhabit the Air. Pre-orders are now being accepted for this title, which is scheduled for official release on January 27.
Over the next week, we will e-mail poets who entered manuscripts for the 2010 series to ask which title you’d like to receive. If you have changed your e-mail or postal address since this past summer, please contact us.
We’re thrilled to announce the imminent release of Christina Hutchins’ latest collection, Radiantly We Inhabit the Air, selected by Eloise Klein Healy as co-winner of the 2010 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Pre-orders are now being accepted for this title, which is scheduled for official release on January 21.
Please stay tuned for more news on the other co-winning title–Austin Gray’s The Mystery of Horses–also due out this month.
The results are in: this year’s guest judge, Eloise Klein Healy, has selected Austin Gray’s “The Mystery of Horses” as the winning manuscript among writers with no previous chapbook publication for this year’s Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. The runner-up manuscript was Celeste Gainey’s “In the Land of Speculation & Seismography.”
From the manuscripts by writers with previous chapbook or book publication, Eloise has selected Christina Hutchins’ “Radiantly We Inhabit the Air.” The runner-up manuscript was Jeremy Halinen’s “Bromide.”
Christina’s chapbook will be published in January 2011, and Austin’s will be published in February 2011.
We want to thank everyone who submitted work and shared the word this year. Special thanks to Eloise Klein Healy for serving as this year’s judge. Next year’s Robin Becker Series has a new reading period: March 1 to April 15, 2011. Please mark your calendars!