Friday, December 28, 2018

new from above/ground press: Hyland, Swensen, Mangold, Etherin, Reid + a summer poetry workshop collection,

(Tuscaloosa Notebook Poems)        
MC Hyland

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Seventeen Summers
Cole Swensen

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Cupcake Royale
second edition
Sarah Mangold

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Danse Macabre
Anthony Etherin

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Monty Reid

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bodies and breath
a summer poetry workshop chapbook
edited by rob mclennan
featuring new writing by: Marie-Andree Auclair, allison calvern, Allie Duff, Laurence Gillieson, Janna Klostermann, Leah MacLean-Evans, Sneha Madhavan-Reese and Billie Moss

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keep an eye on the above/ground press blog for author interviews, new writing, reviews, upcoming readings and tons of other material;

published in Ottawa by above/ground press
November-December 2018
closing out the press' 25th anniversary year
a/g subscribers receive a complimentary copy of each

To order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; in US, add $2; outside North America, add $5) to: rob mclennan, 2423 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa ON K1H 7M9. E-transfer or PayPal at at rob_mclennan (at) or the PayPal button (above). Scroll down here to see various backlist titles (many, many things are still in print).

Review copies of any title (while supplies last) also available, upon request.

Forthcoming 2019 chapbooks by John Newlove, Claudia Coutu Radmore, Franco Cortese, Dale Smith, Heather Sweeney, Ralph Kolewe, Ben Meyerson, Isabel Sobral Campos, Mary Kasimor, Andrew K Peterson, Virginia Konchan, Evan Gray, Joshua Collis, Dennis Cooley and Jennifer Stella, the 20th issue of Touch the Donkey, further issues of G U E S T [a journal of guest editors] (with forthcoming issues guest-edited by Stuart Ross, Brenda Iijima, Anthony Etherin + others), as well as the 27th issue of The Peter F. Yacht Club, just in time for VERSeFest 2019!

Also: have you seen the 25th anniversary essays by multiple above/ground press authors? There might even be more appearing (who knows!)

And there’s totally still time to subscribe for 2019, by the by. Can you believe the press turns twenty-six in 2019?

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