The first editions of Ashley Mace Havird's Sleeping with Animals have SOLD OUT!
We have released a second edition printing of 60 numbered copies so grab one before they are gone as well.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Ashley Mace Havird - Sleeping with Animals
Chapbook (2013), 8.5 inches x 5.5 inches.
First Printing Limited to an edition of 26 lettered copies. 60lb. Textured Card-stock covers (in 14 varieties) with 20% cotton Antique Laid Paper, and vellum inserts. Hand-sewn ribbon binding. ($10).
We are proud to release the new chapbook by Ashley Mace Havird, Sleeping with Animals. This collection spans the globe as it contemplates family and growth.
Ashley Mace Havird’s book, The Garden of the Fugitives, won the 2013 X. J. Kennedy Prize for poetry (Texas Review Press). Her chapbook, Dirt Eaters, won the South Carolina Poetry Initiative Prize and was published in 2009. Her poems and short stories have appeared in many journals including The Southern Review, Shenandoah, Southern Poetry Review, and The Virginia Quarterly Review. In 2002 she was awarded a Louisiana Division of the Arts Fellowship in Literature. She lives with her husband, the poet David Havird, in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Posted by J. Bruce Fuller at 1:51 PM
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Anthony Frame - Everything I Know I Learned from Lazarus Broadside (2013), 6 inches x 12 inches. 60lb. Textured Card-stock covers with 20% cotton Antique Laid Paper.
First Printing Limited to an edition of 28 numbered copies in 4 varieties: Rust, Blue, Forest, and Ivory. ($3).
Our newest broadside is Anthony Frame's Everything I Know I Learned from Lazarus. This is a 6"x12" folded broadside in 4 varieties: Fire/Rust, Water/Blue, Earth/Forest, and Sky/Ivory.Click the link below to order any (or all) of the four versions.
Anthony Frame is an exterminator who lives in Toledo, Ohio with his wife. His first chapbook, Paper Guillotines, was published by Imaginary Friend Press and recent poems have been published in or are forthcoming from Harpur Palate, Third Coast, The North American Review, Redactions, The Dirty Napkin, Gulf Stream and diode among others.. He is also the co-founder and co-editor of Glass: A Journal of Poetry. Learn more at http://www.anthony-frame.com/.
Posted by J. Bruce Fuller at 10:55 AM
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Toby Daspit - Bar Coasters
Chapbook (2013), 5.5 inches x 4.25 inches.
First Printing Card-stock covers, saddle stapled. Limited to an edition of 37 numbered copies, half with red card-stock inserts, half with parchment card-stock inserts.
This mini-chap contains five of Daspit's "Bar Coaster" poems, #1, #7, #16, #22, & #37. As such, this first run is limited to an edition of 37 numbered copies, half with red card-stock inserts, half with parchment card-stock inserts.
Toby Daspit, the self-proclaimed “Bard of the Blue Dog Cafe,” is Associate Professor of Education and Co-Director of the National Writing Project of Acadiana at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Toby is a frequent reader in the Lafayette and New Orleans poetry scenes and conducts poetry workshops frequently in area schools. Toby’s poems have been published in journals and anthologies including “The Quarterly,” “Never Bundle Review,” “di-vêrsé-city,” and “The Maple Leaf Rag”. He is the author of the chapbook “Anatomy of a Ghost and other poems not about you” (2006, Southern Hum Press) and was a featured poet for the 2010 Festival of Words in Grand Coteau, Louisiana.
Posted by J. Bruce Fuller at 3:21 PM
Amy Fleury - Spiritus Mundi
Broadside (2013), 5 inches x 8 inches. Heavy textured fiber backs, handmade paper, card-stock. Hand-embossed titling.
First Printing Limited to an edition of 26 lettered copies.
"And if all flesh is grass, then let us live humbly, as grasses do."
from "Spiritus Mundi"
We are proud to release this stunning poem from one of the best poets writing today. Enough said.
Buy Spiritus Mundi by clicking the link below.
Amy Fleury is a native of Nemaha County in rural northeast Kansas. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous journals, including American Life in Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Southern Poetry Review, North American Review, The Southeast Review, Laurel Review, 21st, and The Yalobusha Review. Southern Illinois Press published her first collection of poetry, Beautiful Trouble, in 2004. It was the winner of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award. As of Fall of 2008, she became the poet in the M.F.A. program at her alma mater, McNeese State University. Her new book is Sympathetic Magic.
Posted by J. Bruce Fuller at 9:58 AM