Tag Archives: Rogan Kelly

Review: Rogan Kelly’s Demolition in the Tropics

Thanks to Hillary Leftwich and Heavy Feather Review for this appreciation of Rogan Kelly’s Demolition in the Tropics.

If you are interested in reviewing our chapbooks, please inquire by email to sevenkitchenspress@gmail.com.

Pair-up #4: Melissa Atkinson Mercer & Rogan Kelly

Pair-ups: a special pairing of two titles from our backlist, these are limited in number and only available at this price while supplies are in stock. Catch up on some great chapbooks you may have missed. Free shipping on all Pair-up orders.

Pair-up #4 features After the Miracle Season by Melissa Atkinson Mercer & Demolition in the Tropics by Rogan Kelly. Melissa is the author of Saint of Partial Apology (Five Oaks Press), Knock (Half Mystic Press), and five chapbooks: Ghost Exhibit (Glass Poetry Press), My Own Strange Beast (Porkbelly Press), Star-Blind in the Family of Fortune Keepers  (Hermeneutic Chaos Press–unavailable), and Storm Was Her Voice (dancing girl press); After the Miracle Season was selected for the third volume of our Editor’s Series. Rogan’s chapbook was selected for the fourth volume of our Editor’s Series; he is the founding editor of The Night Heron Barks: a sanctuary for poet & poemGet both chapbooks now for only $10 with free shipping!

Just released: Rogan Kelly, Demolition in the Tropics (Editor’s Series)


What a thrill to launch Rogan Kelly’s new chapbook, Demolition in the Tropics, with a gorgeous cover design by Michelle Rojas Hagler. This title is Number 2 in Volume 4 of our long-running Editor’s Series, and you’re going to love it. Check out this review by Eric Steineger over at Citron Review, and this interview by Philip F. Clark over at The Poet’s Grin. And click here to read Rogan’s poem “Silence at the Borderline Bar” and to order a copy of his chapbook!

New titles: Editor’s Series: Spring Bundle!

It’s a thrill to announce more new titles in our Editor’s Series. As you know, we’re about to release In the Outlaw’s House by Christina Pacosz and Arrow by Bruce Bond this month as the 9th and 10th title in Volume 3 of the series. These will be followed by #11, Trevor Ketner’s Negative of a Photo of Fire and #12, Diane Scholl’s Salt, both due out in March. Also in March, we’ll launch Volume 4 with Christopher Nelson’s Love Song to the New World. Then, in June (drumroll, please?), we’ll publish Edison Dupree’s Boy with a Ball and Rogan Kelly’s Demolition in the Tropics. 

Why not grab all seven titles with a special Spring Bundle offer? From now through March 15, we’re offering all seven chapbooks, shipping included, for $50. (Chapbooks will be shipped upon date of publication, so your bundle will arrive in installments; please check the Seven Kitchens Press website for publication updates.)

Please join us in celebrating these seven poets!