Catches & Stays is a limited-edition chapbook of 13 poems, signed and numbered by Ron Mohring. Each poem begins with a line borrowed from another Seven Kitchens chapbook. Published in November 2022 in a set of 49 copies, this ephemeral collection is part of a larger ongoing work-in-progress. All proceeds will help cap our 2023 ISBN fund.
Order your copy here. Thanks for your support!
We had such success in June 2018 with raising ISBN funds (thank you). Three years later, it’s time to do it again. Our goal is $575 to purchase a new block of one hundred ISBNs, which will take us to our 275th title! (If you can’t imagine 275 chapbooks, believe me when I say that fifteen years ago, I couldn’t imagine ever publishing 160 titles.)
June 27 update: We are halfway to our goal! We so appreciate your generous support. Thank you.
It’s easy to donate by Paypal–just follow this link and choose your level from the drop-down menu. If you’d rather not use Paypal, just email us at SevenKitchensPress AT gmail DOT com.
$5 donation: Thank you so much!
$10 donation includes your choice of any chapbook from our ReBound Series.
$15 donation includes your choice of any of our 2021 chapbook titles.
$25 includes your choice of any two titles from our Editor’s Series.
$50 includes all the above plus a signed, handwritten poem by Ron Mohring.
If you wish to make an anonymous gift, we’re fine with that; just let us know.
Thanks so much for your support!
The Seven Kitchens Giving Month June fundraising drive officially launches today. Thanks to some generous and early support, we are three-quarters to our ISBN Fund Goal! Please visit the link above and chip in what you can; there are some sweet chapbook rewards plus our bottomless well of gratitude.
UPDATE: Thanks to your generous donations, we reached our goal and have purchased a block of ISBNs! We’re so grateful, and this is going to mean so much to our poets!
Just checked in on the Kickstarter campaign to support the November 7 performance of Ed Madden’s My Father’s House set to music by Paddy Dover: the campaign has met its $3500 goal and is still going strong! Please help support this unique event.