Nous-zot Press is delighted to announce three new chapbooks to be published in Fall 2014:
Metta Sama, One Hundred Eyes & Other Renderings
j/j hastain, Apophallation Sketches: a Theater of Affective
Extremes, Strenuous Essays for the Senses
Maria Damon, XXX, cross-stitch vispos (color)
Assistant Professor of & Director of Creative Writing, is author of
Nocturne Trio (YesYes Bøøks 2012) and South of Here (New Issues Press 2005
(published under her legal name, Lydia Melvin)). Her poems, fiction, creative
non-fiction, & book reviews have been published or forthcoming in
Blackbird, bluestem, Drunken Boat, The Drunken Boat, Esque, hercricle, Jubilat,
Kweli, The Owls, Pebble Lake Review, Pyrta, Reverie, Sententia, Vinyl, among
j/j hastain is a
collaborator, writer and maker of things. j/j is the inventor of The Mystical
Sentence Projects and is author of numerous poetry and cross-genre books including Forensics of the Chamber (Argos
Books, 2013), myrrh to re all
myth (Furniture Press Books, 2013) libertine
monk (Scrambler Press), The Non-Novels (forthcoming, Spuyten Duyvil) and myrrh to re all myths (Furniture Press Books).
Maria Damon is
Professor and Chair of the Department of Humanities and Media Studies at the
Pratt Institute of Art. She has published several books of poetry scholarship
and several collaborations (with mIEKAL aND and Jukka-Pekka Kervinen) of
poetry. She currently works in cross-stitch visual poetry.
Nous-zot Press announces its 2014 spring catalog! Hand-sewn with vellum endpapers, these gorgeous little books are only $6 each. Any three for $15. All four for $20. Shipping is $1(U.S.A. only). Please provide your shipping address in the PayPal message box.
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Three new chapbooks are in the works: Philip Whalen's Tulip by Marthe Reed and i always wanted to start over by Megan Burns, both part of the 2014 AWP Dusie Kollektiv, and Nesting Instinct by Jesse Nissim. More soon in March when I return from AWP!
Marthe Reed //
A poetry chapbook press, Nous-zot takes its name from Louisiana creole for nous autres: a press originally situated at the edge of the Gulf, now domiciled in Syracuse, NY.
Nous-zot does not accept unsolicited submissions at this time.