The power of etcetera: announcements!
Kitchen Press will post poetry reviews at this new review site.
There is nothing posted as yet, but I'm hoping that will change soon, which brings me to my point. If any of you have written reviews of poetry books, chapbooks or periodicals and would like them to appear on Kitchen Press Reviews, please do not hesitate to contact me. (justinamarks [at] gmail [dot] com)
If you have a book you would like reviewed on the site, also please do not hesitate to contact me. I will either review it myself or try to find someone else to do so. Thanks.
From Kathleen Rooney of Rose Metal Press:
We are currently seeking submissions of novels-in-verse and linked narrative poetry collections to be published in 2007.Rose Metal Press has also been added to the sidebar links. Welcome!
The deadline for manuscripts is September 30, 2006 , and submissions may be emailed, beginning now, to rosemetalpress at gmail dot com. Since the genre is such a flexible one, we are not insisting on a page limit, and will consider multiple submissions by the same author.
If you are unsure whether your ms qualifies as a novel-in-verse or a linked narrative collection, please query us at the above email address.
Some examples of novels-in-verse/linked narrative collections include Autobiography of Red by Anne Carson, The Emperor's Babe by Bernardine Evaristo, Skygirl by Rosemary Griggs, and Madoc: A Mystery by Paul Muldoon.
If no suitable manuscript is found, RMP reserves the right to refrain from publishing a collection.
There is no entry fee.
From Sarah Nicholls at the Center for Book Arts:
Please join us for our Fall Open House next weekend and enjoy Book Arts Demonstrations by Delphi Basilicato, Ana Cordeiro, Beatrice Coron, Gavin Dovey, and Amber McMillan; lamination Ritual Performance with Ken Montgomery and Andrea Beeman; and in the gallery, work by 2006 Teen Cultural Autobiography participants Lizz Cole, Rosalinda Lett, Alex Needham and Aaron Small will be on view, as well as Mutilated/Cultivated *Environments (your last chance to see the show before it closes), and the Featured Artist Project, Rita Valley An Entirely Idiosyncratic ABC.
Saturday, September 21, 2006. 1 to 5pm
The Center for Book Arts
28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor
Between Broadway and 6th Avenue
N, R to 28th Street and Broadway
F to 23rd Street and 6th Avenue
1 or 9 to 28th Street and 7th Avenue
Open to the public. Admission is FREE.
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