Tag Archives: Keystone Chapbook Series

New title release: Jennifer Jackson Berry, Bloodfish (Keystone Chapbook Series)

Jackson Berry_Bloodfish_webPlease join us in congratulating Jennifer Jackson Berry on the publication of her chapbook, Bloodfish, Number 19 in our Keystone Chapbook Series and our thirteenth chapbook of this year. That’s a baker’s dozen, folks, just in time to celebrate National Poetry Month and take a much-needed break to write some new poems. We’ll be back with new chapbooks in May (and June, and July–just check our “in production” tab for title updates).

Meanwhile, check out a poem from Bloodfish and order your copy here

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New title release: Emily Mohn-Slate, Feed (Keystone Chapbook Series)

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Please welcome Emily Mohn-Slate on the publication of her chapbook, Feed, the eighteenth title of our Keystone Chapbook Series. Check out an excerpt and get your copy here

New release: Deborah Burnham, Among the Other Dead (Keystone Chapbook Series)

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Deborah’s new chapbook, Among the Other Dead, was selected by Marjorie Maddox as Number 17 in our Keystone Chapbook Series. Cover art by the inimitable Paul Bilger. Check out a sample poem and get your copy here!

New release: William Varner, Leaving Erebus (Keystone Series)

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We’re proud to kick off 2019 with William Varner’s Leaving Erebus, selected by Marjorie Maddox as #16 in the Keystone Chapbook Series. Read more and order your copy here. And please join us in welcoming Bill to the Seven Kitchens family!

Keystone Series selections

Keystone Chapbook Series editors Steve Bellin-Oka and Ron Mohring are delighted to announce the selection of two manuscripts: “Feed” by Emily Mohn-Slate, and “Bloodfish” by Jennifer Jackson Berry, both of Pittsburgh. Both chapbooks will be published in spring of 2019. Please join us in congratulating Emily and Jennifer!

Final call for Keystone manuscripts

We’ve been reading some terrific poems submitted for this year’s Keystone Chapbook Series. Just a reminder that we are still accepting manuscripts through July 15 (Sunday), so get off that fence if you’ve been thinking about sending your chapbook. No reading fee. Full guidelines here. Send your best work!

Keystone Series is open

We are (very) open: if you’re a poet with Pennsylvania connections, please send your manuscript to the Keystone Chapbook Series, our longest-running imprint. Co-editors Steve Bellin-Oka and Ron Mohring are looking forward to reading your work. We’ll consider chapbook manuscripts through July 15. Full guidelines are here.