Congratulations to Casey Charles, whose new book of poetry, Zicatela, has just been released by FootHills Publishing in their Montana Poets Series.
Casey’s chapbook, Blood Work, was published in 2012 as part of our Summer Kitchen Series.
Casey’s novel, The Monkey Cages, was recently published by Lethe Press.
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!
Something to Hide My Face In, by Doug Paul Case, has been selected as the winner of the Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Doug’s chapbook will be published in February, 2015.
The series will recommence next year, after its 2014 hiatus, with one major change to the submission guidelines: no reading fee. (Donations will, of course, be happily accepted.)
Please join us in congratulating Doug and thanking all the poets who shared their work with us.
Clean, David’s full-length collection, is now available from Four Way Books. Order yours now!
Oh, yeah, it’s here: Catch & Release by D. Gilson, co-winner of the Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, officially comes out tomorrow but all the links are up and humming, so go get yours tonight!
Jill’s new chapbook is out: Oh, James! is a series of poems based on the James Bond films, and it’s a delight. Copies are going faster than you can say Moneypenny, so get yours now by clicking here!
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.
Please join us in welcoming the third title from this year’s limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series into the world: Blood Work, by Casey Charles. Read all about it and get your copy here!
Today we’d like to congratulate Grant Clauser, whose manuscript, “The Art of Gazing,” was a finalist for last year’s Keystone Chapbook Prize. Grant has a new collection, The Trouble with Rivers, just out from FootHills Press–you can order it here.
A bit behind schedule, we’re delighted to bring out Mary Meriam’s exquisite The Poet’s Zodiac tomorrow, August 19, as Number 4 in our hot, hot Summer Kitchen Series. Please join us in congratulating Mary!
And if you’re in the Atlanta area, please come celebrate the reissue of Collin Kelley’s Slow to Burn, Number 4 in our visionary ReBound Series. Collin will read from StB, as well as new work, on Saturday, August 20th, 3pm at Bound to Be Read Books. Congratulations, Collin!