Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Spring and all

As I work on layout for annie won's chapbook, I have been mulling over the press. What I love best about making chapbooks are the discoveries. I have published some astonishing women poets with Nous-zōt, often discovering the work I want to make books for through reading. Both Metta Sama's chap and the just published Speaking in Tongues without Skulls by Carolyn Hembree have their origin in reading their work in journals. As for annie won's chap, I discovered her intensely visual, innovative work at a reading in Providence, RI, where I was also a guest. Poets are everywhere, its true, but Nous-zōt poets are something special!

Here is a first pass at designing the cover for annie won's before i can sleep.

Cardstock color? Peach? Butter yellow? Something soothing, I think. Perhaps a series in three colors: peach, yellow, warm pink.

Have you ordered your copy yet? Your can order the full spring series or any of Nous-zōt's titles individually at the online store.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

SPRING 2015 Nous-zot Chapbook Series: Buy All 4 and SAVE

Fever Dreams in Tongues without Skulls
by Carolyn Hembree

AVAILABLE for purchase now: $8

Half-letter chapbook Cornflower blue metallic vellum cover, silvery vellum endpapers, side-sewn Japanese stitching. 34 pages.

Buy ALL FOUR Spring chapbooks and SAVE: only $25 plus shipping includes:

  • Fever Dreams in Tongues without Skulls, Carolyn Hembree
  • from aerial concave without cloud, Sueyeun Juliette Lee
  • sun creatures, Bridget Lee
  • leave the light on, Annie Won