Chapbooks


Late in the Form
Ben Lerner, with images by Cyrus Console 

Six Poems
Lynn Melnick 


Both chapbooks measure 5 1/8 by 7 1/8 inches
Printed in a numbered edition of 75.

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Cyrus Console is the author of The Odicy (Omnidawn, 2011) and Brief Under Water (Burning Deck, 2008). He lives in Kansas City and teaches at the Kansas City Art Institute. 

Ben Lerner is the author of the novel Leaving the Atocha Station (Coffee House Press, 2011) and three books of poems, most recently Mean Free Path (Copper Canyon Press, 2010). He lives in Brooklyn and teaches at Brooklyn College.

Lynn Melnick's first book of poems, If I Should Say I Have Hope, is forthcoming from YesYes Books in late 2012. Her poems have appeared in A Public Space, Boston Review, The Awl, and elsewhere.


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Previous chapbooks published and co-edited with Thomas Hummel, as Hand Held Editions. All below titles are sold out.

 
Mary Jo Bang, Let’s Say Yes
Jesse Seldless, The Silent Aspect
Kathleen Brian, Sixty Years of the Suicide Clause in American Law

Geoffrey G. O’Brien, Poem with No Good Lines
Nature Theater of Oklahoma, Choregraphie 
Christian Hawkey, Petitions for an Alien Relative



Graham Foust, On “Sad Songs and Waltzes”
Kristina Hummel, How Void of Miracles
Joanna Klink, Wonder of Birds


Timothy Donnelly, The Cloud Corporation 
Ethan Paquin, Nineains 
Stefania Heim, Three Poems