Closing out the busy month of August and leaping into an even busier September, please celebrate with us the release of Sheila Squillante’s new chapbook, In This Dream of My Father. Number 2.09 in our Editor’s Series, with gorgeous cover art by Paul Bilger. Here’s the shortlink:
We’re very happy to announce the July release of two new titles in our Editor’s Series: The Wonders by A.V. Christie, and Mistakes with Strangers by Jeff Oaks. The Wonders is scheduled for release on July 1, and Mistakes with Strangers will be released on July 15. Links to preorder your copies will be up on this site by Sunday evening, June 22. Please join us in congratulating these fine poets on their new books, and be sure to preorder your copy: pages are being printed today and the first batches of chapbooks will be shipped on the release dates.
The newest release in our Editor’s Series, David Eye’s chapbook is here at last. Read a sample poem and order your copy here.
We’re so happy to announce the imminent release of Ed Madden’s My Father’s House (Editor’s Series #2.04) on April 21. Help us celebrate Ed’s beautiful poems by pre-ordering your copy now!
It’s out! Breakfast in the Suburbs by David J. Daniels is officially published today, and you can read about it and order your copy right here.
We’re delighted to announce that David J. Daniels’ chapbook, Breakfast in the Suburbs, will be released on August 1. Please check back soon for more details and a link to order your copy. Meanwhile, please enjoy this preview of the wonderful cover art & design by Kim Manajek & Ben Griswold of spatialpoetics!
And please join us in congratulating David on the news that D.A. Powell has selected his full-length manuscript, Clean, for the Four Way Books Intro Prize!
We’re very proud to announce that the co-winners of the 2012 Editor’s Prize are RJ Gibson, for his manuscript You Could Learn a Lot, and Lois Williams, for her manuscript Night Air. Both chapbooks will be published this winter. Please stay tuned for more details about both titles, and please join us in congratulating both poets!
RJ Gibson holds an MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College’s Program for Writers. His chapbook, Scavenge, was a co-winner of the 2009 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. His poems, essays, and interviews have appeared in Court Green, Columbia Poetry Review, Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, Lambda Literary Foundation.org, OCHO, and various other journals and anthologies. In 2008, he was a Poetry Fellow at Lambda Literary Foundation’s New and Emerging Writer’s Retreat. Currently, he is a Lecturer at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Lois Williams was raised in Britain along the North Norfolk coast and now lives in Pittsburgh. She teaches at the University of Pittsburgh and writes about family, landscape, and various kinds of migration. She is at work on a nonfiction book about the invention of home. Her recent poems and essays can be found in Cave Wall, Fourth River, Granta, and New England Review.