We’re happy to announce that Terry Kirts’ chapbook, To the Refrigerator Gods, has just gone into its second printing! First released in July 2010, Terry’s chapbook is Number Eight in our Editor’s Series. A limited number of signed, early-numbered copies are still available at $10 each–to order, just send an e-mail to sevenkitchens at yahoo dot com. All “regular” orders will receive copies from the second printing. Congratulations, Terry!
Please join us in congratulating Heather Burns on today’s publication of her chapbook, Between Careen and Caution, with awesome cover art by Joan Stuart Ross. Heather’s chapbook is Number 11 in our amazing Editor’s Series.
Next up will be Number 12 in the series, the long-awaited release of Pedro Ponce’s Homeland: A Panorama in 50 States. Look for it in March!
Happy New Year to all our readers and writers. We’re excited to open our call for submissions to the Editor’s Prize Series–full details can be found here. Manuscripts will be accepted from January 1 until February 15. Please share the word!
While you’re browsing the guidelines, please take a look at our “In Production” tab to check out all the titles we’re launching in 2011, starting with Pedro Ponce’s Homeland: A Panorama in 50 States, due out in early January.
UPDATE: Pedro’s book has been delayed; we’re aiming to release it–at long last–in March. Please check his author page for more news & updates.
Household of Water, Moon, & Snow: The Thoreau Poems by Todd Davis officially launches today! Number 10 in our Editor’s Series, and just waiting to come home to you.
Guidelines are now up for the new, revamped Editor’s Prize (click on the “guidelines” tab at our main page). The reading period is January 1 – February 15, so get those chapbooks cookin’, folks.
We’re so excited to announce that Daniel’s chapbook manuscript, Days of Dark Miracles, will be published in June 2011 as Number 13 in our Editor’s Series! You can follow updates about this title here.
Pre-orders are now being accepted for Gabriel Welsch’s An Eye Fluent in Gray, Number 9 in our Editor’s Series, due out September 15.
Preview the cover, read a sample poem, and click to pre-order from here.