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Cold-Running Current: Another Gem from John Repp

Following John’s exquisite first chapbook with us, Music Over the Water, we were delighted to receive his latest manuscript, Cold-Running Current. These narrative poems, always musical, focus on the persistent mysteries of childhood, family, and the natural world. This new poetry chapbook is expected to be published before the end of 2019.

Accident: Coming this fall

We are pleased to announce that we will be publishing Caroline Maun’s latest chapbook, Accident in fall 2019. Caroline is a new author for Alice Greene & Co., and she is an established poet who teaches in the English Dept. of Wayne State University in Detroit. Maun’s epigraph, “Accident is design/ And design is accident/ In a cloud of unknowing” — from T. S. Eliot’s The Family Reunion — sets the tone for the collection and its unique recollection of accidents of human experience and beyond.

Happy 2019!

Happy New Year!

We hope that you are like us and looking forward to an exciting 2019!!

The press has a number of new poetry chapbooks, from new authors, in the pipeline for publication later this year!!!

Some of these authors have already been published elsewhere, and we are very honored that they have chosen us for their next work, giving confirmation to the high regard we hear for our efforts. Come back soon for more news…

Fabulous interview with Julia Caroline Knowlton

Read Julia’s interview with Dianne Gottlieb

The Cafe of Unintelligible Desire is now shipping

The Cafe of Unintelligible Desire

The first poetry chapbook by Julia Caroline Knowlton is now shipping. Get it while you can!

Keith Taylor interview with Michigan Today

The Michigan Today website has a nice interview with Keith today. You can listen to him talk about a whole range of topics, not only his latest poetry chapbook, but also the inspiration to compose en plein air and the amazing (and shocking) serendipity of a special book find in Ann Arbor.

Keith Taylor reads Ecstatic Destinations

Keith will be reading from his new poetry chapbook tonight, 7pm, at Literati bookstore in downtown Ann Arbor. Come along and hear the tales behind the poems.

This article in the Ann Arbor Observer gives a nice introduction.

Visiting artist Mary Shea in Seattle, planning for Julia Caroline Knowlton

Last weekend Colin and I were in Seattle, as part of a trip to the Pacific Northwest to visit with friends and family. We were fortunate to be able to visit with Mary Shea who provided paintings for the cover of Keith Taylor’s most recent poetry chapbook, Ecstatic Destinations as well as interior artwork.

Colin photographed her painting, “Bonnard Terrace at Vernon Study,” for the cover of Julia’s new chapbook. Mary’s painting has an intriguing history: not satisfied when she finished it, she tore it into several large pieces. Somehow reassembling the pieces made it work. In the artist’s words: ruining it saved it.

This is the photograph she originally sent us to consider for the cover:Copyright Mary Shea Bonnard Terrace at Vernon Study

Title for new poetry chapbook from Julia Caroline Knowlton

Julia has suggested a title for her poetry chapbook coming in the fall: The Cafe of Unintelligible Desire. It’s perfect for the feeling of unknowing and mystery her poems evoke.

Keith Taylor’s new poetry chapbook Ecstatic Destinations is now shipping

Back cover of Ecstatic Destinations That’s it. We have it. You can too.