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October 3, 2014

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.


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Official release date is October 10. Order yours now right here!


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Published on October 03, 2014 19:50 • 5 views

August 30, 2014

Squillante_In This Dream of My Father_webClosing out the busy month of August and leaping into an even busier September, please celebrate with us the release of Sheila Squillante’s new chapbook, In This Dream of My Father. Number 2.09 in our Editor’s Series, with gorgeous cover art by Paul Bilger. Here’s the shortlink:


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Published on August 30, 2014 17:03 • 2 views

August 24, 2014

Hurley_WOODEN BOYS_web coverPlease join us in welcoming Michael Hurley’s Wooden Boys to the world! Selected by Brent Goodman as Number 11 in the Keystone Chapbook Series, Michael’s collection officially launches on August 25. Here’s the shortlink.


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Published on August 24, 2014 06:28

August 17, 2014

Gibson_YOU COULD LEARN A LOT_web coverYou Could Learn a Lot, poems by RJ Gibson, officially launched this weekend. It’s Number 8 in Volume Two of our Editor’s Series and features a cover designed by the author. Many thanks to the folks who preordered: I’m working on getting your copies out this week!


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Published on August 17, 2014 13:02 • 2 views

August 2, 2014

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.


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Published on August 02, 2014 12:52 • 14 views

July 15, 2014

Mistakes with Strangers, the new chapbook by Jeff Oaks, is officially published today! Number 7 in Volume Two of our Editor’s Series and hot on the heels of A.V. Christie’s The Wonders, which came out July 1, we (I) are (am) folding, cutting, and sewing a big ol’ batch of preordered copies–thank you, everyone!–and will have all those out by this weekend. Then it’s a merry-go-round assembly of several titles by Steven Alvarez, Christina Pacosz, Kevin McLellan, Christina Hutchins, Will Woolfitt, Dave Bonta, Heather Burns, Jeffery Ethan Lee. . . you get the picture: we need volunteers/ interns/ elves. If anyone knows anyone in the area who’d like to help assemble chapbooks and talk poetry, drop me a line (ron dot mohring at gmail dot com). And thank you, thank you all, for helping Seven Kitchens hang together through seven years and sixty (!) chapbooks. 


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Published on July 15, 2014 16:20 • 8 views

June 22, 2014

We’re very happy to announce the July release of two new titles in our Editor’s Series: The Wonders by A.V. Christie, and Mistakes with Strangers by Jeff Oaks. The Wonders is scheduled for release on July 1, and Mistakes with Strangers will be released on July 15. Links to preorder your copies will be up on this site by Sunday evening, June 22. Please join us in congratulating these fine poets on their new books, and be sure to preorder your copy: pages are being printed today and the first batches of chapbooks will be shipped on the release dates.


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Published on June 22, 2014 11:24 • 6 views

March 21, 2014

ImageI’m very happy to announce the release of No Innocent Eye. This chapbook, by Rhett Watts, is Number Two in the Rane Arroyo Series and features a woodblock cover design on 24-lb celery Southworth papers. Please share in our congratulations to Rhett on the overdue publication of this fine collection!


 


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Published on March 21, 2014 18:19 • 6 views

March 8, 2014

Clean, David’s full-length collection, is now available from Four Way Books. Order yours now!


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Published on March 08, 2014 08:19 • 10 views

Frank, open, painful, specific, direct, moving, and perhaps above all, generous: these are words that come to me as I watch Ed Madden’s Ted Talk, “How to Lift Him.” Thank you for sharing.


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Published on March 08, 2014 07:44 • 27 views