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!
We’re delighted to announce the release of Liz Ahl’s chapbook, Talking About the Weather, #2 in the third volume of our annual Summer Kitchen Series. Be sure to order your copy soon–this series sells out quickly!
We’re delighted to launch our third annual Summer Kitchen Series with the release of How to Measure the Darkness by Christina Pacosz. This is a limited-edition series; some copies are still available. Get the full details here.
In the land of speculation & seismography: poems by Celeste Gainey. Number 2 in the second volume of our limited-edition Summer Kitchen Series, publishing Monday, July 25. Thanks to a wave of pre-orders, this title sold out quickly, but the last three titles in this year’s series are still available.
Dear Red Airplane: poems by Robin Reagler. Number 1 in the second volume of our Summer Kitchen Series, publishing tomorrow, July 11. This is a limited-edition series, and only a handful of copies remain available of Robin’s title. Our sincere thanks to the kind folks who pre-ordered!
July 15 update: This title has sold out. You might be able to get a copy directly from the author, but our copies are all spoken for. Thanks again to everyone for your support of this series!
It may be snowing like mad up in Minnesota, but here in central PA we’re thinking summer. Specifically, the second hot wave of our Summer Kitchen Series. Here, in the order of their scheduled appearance, are the titles we’re bringing out next July and August (check for updates on individual titles under the “In production” tab):
- July 11: Robin Reagler, Dear Red Airplane
- July 21: Celeste Gainey, In the land of speculation & seismography
- July 30: Jonathan Bracker, Civilian Aboard U.S. Navy Ship at Sea
- August 11: Mary Meriam, The Poet’s Zodiac
- August 21: Ava Rosen, The Express
Please join us in welcoming these poets to Seven Kitchens. And just wait till you see the covers!