We’re pretty thrilled to offer our 15th title of 2021: Bones to Peaches by Iris McCloughan was selected as Number 23 in our Robin Becker Series. (Look for four more Robin Becker Series titles in 2022!) Please take a moment to check out a sample poem and read more about Iris and their work here.
It’s a joy to announce the publication of Alec Hershman’s chapbook, The Egg Goes Under, the twentieth title in our Summer Kitchen Series and Number One in our 2017 series. These chaps are very limited–only 24 copies will be sold by the press. Come show us your love by ordering your copy now!
We’re so very happy to offer the newest title in the Rane Arroyo Chapbook Series: Matthew Wimberley’s Snake Mountain Almanac. Check it out here.
We’re delighted to announce the newest chapbook in our Editor’s Series: Scatter, Feed by Ellen McGrath Smith. Check out the terrific cover art by Tony Fitzpatrick.
Official release date is October 10. Order yours now right here!
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 publication of our first full-length collection, Pedro Ponce’s HOMELAND: A Panorama in 50 States, selected as Number Twelve in our Editor’s Series. The cover art is by Roxanne Carter, and the cover design is by the amazing Kari Larsen. This gorgeous 59-page (chap)book is assembled using Japanese stab binding; we know you’ll love it as much as we do.
We’re happy to announce the imminent release of two new chapbooks: Letter to Frank O’Hara by Steve Turtell, winner of the 2010 ReBound Prize, which drops on February 14, and Between Careen and Caution by Heather Burns, #11 in our Editor’s Series, which will publish on February 28.
Pre-orders are being accepted now for Steve’s chapbook, and Heather’s will be available for pre-order very soon. Please join us in welcoming our two newest authors!
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.