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Neither Nearing Nor Departing, poems by Nick Admussen
(2016 chapbook contest winner)
31 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$10 pre-order (includes shipping)

‘Both calculated and instinctual, this collection hooks the intellect through image-driven riddles and meditations while seducing the senses through its language and sound. So enter, and be entranced.’ – Raegen Pietrucha

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Tree of the Apple, poems & prose by Kelly DuMar
(2016 chapbook contest finalist)
50 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$12 (includes shipping)

‘We are in a world of lilacs and lovers and family, deeply marrying earth to human nature, spanning life from courtship to Alzheimer’s to death.   I am convinced these poems should be read as a devotional, a spiritual and domestic wonder.’ – Myra Shapiro

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andrews_coverThe Fear Archives, poems by Kelly Lorraine Andrews
(2016 chapbook contest finalist)
23 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$12 (includes shipping)

‘A stark portrait of a father in decline, and a daughter vulnerable to whatever the mirror brings back, The Fear Archives is alive with candid offerings, vulnerable introspection, and a poetry both raw and seeking.’  -Joshua Marie
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screenshot coverFull: an anthology of moon poems
edited by Leigh Anne Hornfeldt & Teneice Durrant
110 pages, 59 contributors
$8 (includes shipping)

‘Full is by turns luminous and dark, rich with ebbing and flowing, tidal language. The words gathered here glow, make you shiver, make you new. Any sliver of this collection is an illuminating reminder of the magic that the moon, that distant satellite, still holds for us.’ – Kristen Figgins

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Kissing the Sphinx, poems by Chen Chen
(2015 chapbook contest finalist)
30 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$7 (includes shipping)

‘There is so much love in these poems it seems Eros is nibbling at the ear of Chen Chen, and through him, at ours. Listen―yes, listen!―closely to this sensuous, tender and bold new voice in American poetry…’ —Curtis Bauer

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Heavy Light, poems by Kelly Morse
(2015 chapbook contest finalist)
30 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$7 (includes shipping)

“Was I not gravid, was I not grave,” asks Kelly Morse in this beautiful collection. If light is love—and of course it is—then of course it’s heavy, and the reader feels that weight—of air on the egg, of dirt on the forehead, of the tiny body, nursing. Through these graceful and assured poems, we sense the strands connecting us in a sort of luminous fiber optics of relation, and are the better for it.’
—Kerri Webster

 

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PietruchaFrontScreenAn Animal I Can’t Name, poems by Raegen Pietrucha (winner of the 2015 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest)

29 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
$7 (includes shipping)

‘We think we’re in a mythic space, at first … what with the “Red Devil” and the “scaly beaks” and “prey”; but suddenly we’re in familiar space, in neighborhoods and in cars, and classrooms—but the slimy tongues are still there, and the “trouble // brewing in her stomach” is there, and then we’re no longer sure where we are…’ – Larissa Szporluk

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Screenshot front - newNearly Perfect Photograph, poems by Christopher McCurry

24 pages, matte cover, perfect bound
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‘Chris McCurry renders the delightful idiosyncrasies and tender follies of married life into formally inventive frames for pictures of himself, his wife and his daughter, and he does so with bite, and bone, and balls.’

– Dave Harrity

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SB coverSmall Batch, an anthology of bourbon poetry

143 pages, 60 contributors
$8 (includes shipping)

‘In five sections, ranging from “drawing confessions” to “this want travels,” the poems are arranged thematically, each with a flavor of its own, making the reader want more…’

– Rosemary Rhodes Royston

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Night for Weeks, poems by Teneice Durrant

27 pages
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‘In the hands of Teneice Durrant, a poem of loss is more than absence—it is epic. Voiced through the lens of myth and inquiry, Night for Weeks is a tome of ache, a body of verse that asks “What if?” without fear of the answer.’

– Mitchell L. H. Douglas

 
 
 
 
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Crixa, poems by Megan Hudgins (winner of the 2014 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest)

28 pages
$7 (includes shipping)

‘Intricately weaving together allusions to Watership Down, Wolfgang Tillman’s ‘Freishcwimmer’ prints, and Alba the bioluminescent rabbit, Crixa is a powerful collection. These are poems for that beautiful, scared, fragile part of yourself hiding like the rabbit at the bottom of a magician’s hat.’

– David Rawson
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Lullabies Are Barbed Wire Nations, poems by Nandini Dhar (finalist in the 2014 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest)

37 pages
$7 (includes shipping)

‘Dhar’s voice is a taut strand that weaves together beauty and pain, sadness and strength, the graphic and the lyrical. The reader experiences her childhood as a layering of image and contrasts, an evocation of worlds both complex and rich.’

– Marianne Villanueva
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Cover ScreenshotThe Girl with the JAKE Tattoo, poems by Gary Leising (finalist in the 2014 Two of Cups Press chapbook contest)

30 pages
$7 (includes shipping)

‘Gary Leising takes us places we never thought we could go in a poem, from Kate Winslet’s countenance (or an unseemly likeness) to “Emerson with a shovel, or Emerson with a stick, / or, more animal to imagine, Emerson’s fingernails / scrabbling through the dirt.”’

– Mary Biddinger
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