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Singing is My Favorite Part by Susan Elliott Brown

The Singing Is My Favorite Part is a chapbook of poems.

ISBN: 978-1935847-09-0

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“Susan Elliott Brown’s poems are so whip-smart, so elegant I need to dress up to read them. I’d like to take them to a Montmartre café so they can feel the sun of Paris as I savor each with coffee and croissant. I’d like to make them my tiny house, and open my eyes to them every day.”

–Angela Ball, author of The Night Clerk at the Hotel of Both Worlds


Susan Elliott Brown is a PhD student at the University of Southern Mississippi where she received the 2014 Joan Johnson Award in Poetry. The Singing is My Favorite Part is her debut chapbook. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Best American Poetry blog, Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry, The Atticus Review, The Ampersand Review, and Alehouse, among others. You can follow her on Twitter @selliottbrown.

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Flotsam by Catherine Kyle

Flotsam by Catherine Kyle is a chapbook of poems.

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ISBN: 978-1935847-05-2


"Kyle affirms women’s stories, as well as womanhood in general. And, most pressing, a woman's firm, fierce desire to be her own person."

-H.L. Nelson, author of The Sea is Only Meat, on Catherine Kyle's Work


Catherine Kyle is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Western Michigan University, where she studies representations of artists’ coming-of-age stories in contemporary graphic novels. Her hybrid-genre chapbook Feral Domesticity, which contains poetry, fiction, and paintings, was published by Robocup Press in 2014. You can read more about Catherine on her website: www.catherinebaileykyle.com.

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Catherine Kyle

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Poems in Which I am Chopped up by Zack Rearick

Poems in Which I Am Chopped up, Stepped on, and Sleep Deprived is a chapbook of poems by Zack Rearick.

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ISBN: 978-1-935847-02-1

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Zack Rearick is a Ph.D. student in Literary Studies at Georgia State University. He obtained his Master of Arts in English at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He cultivates his passion for poetry via public readings of his own work and those of his favorite poets, including Plath, Barrett Browning, Sexton, Manley Hopkins, and Keats. Poems in Which I Am Chopped Up, Stepped On and Sleep Deprived is his first chapbook. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Zack Rearick

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Before OnStar by Sarah Carson

Before OnStar by Sarah Carson is a short collection of prose poems.

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ISBN: 978-1-935847-00-7


"Every single poem in Before OnStar rattles around the corner like a firetruck on three wheels, siren blaring."

-Michael Dennis at Today's Book of Poetry

"Sarah Carson has an imaginative gift for transporting us within the nuances & netherworld of her hometown. I can’t imagine a more dead-eye illumination of the region—told with incredible wit & a rough-minded passion. Many might steer you from the town itself, but missing out on Buick City would be a decidedly wrong turn. I will gladly enjoy returning to these pages—and often."

-Ben Hamper, author of Rivethead, on Sarah Carson's work


Sarah Carson was born and raised in Michigan but now lives in Chicago where she works at a church. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in Cream City Review, Columbia Poetry Review, Diagram, Guernica, and the Nashville Review, among others. She is also the author of three chapbooks and the full-length collections: Buick City (Mayapple Press) and Poems in which You Die (Bat Cat Press). She blogs at sarahamycarson.com.

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Sarah Carson

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Bright Burning Fuse by Melanie Faith

Bright, Burning Fuse by Melanie Faith is the first chapbook in the Etched Press Poetry Series published in December 2008.

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ISBN: 978-1-935847-01-4


"Melanie's poems describe a variety of awakenings...find beginnings, even in the sparest of places."

-Jessie Carty, author of Practicing Disaster & Paper House, on the work of Melanie Faith


Melanie Faith holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Queens University of Charlotte, NC. Her poetry and photography has appeared in The Binnacle (University of Maine), Emprise Review, Heavyglow, Six Little Things, Mo: Writings From The River (Montana State University), and more. Her instructional article about creative writing critique groups was published in The Writer magazine (November 2009). The opening poem from the collection (along with landscape photos taken by the author) is featured in the online literary magazine, Shape of a Box by Folded Word Press. She lives and writes in rural Pennsylvania, where she educates young minds as an English, History, and SAT tutor at a college preparatory high school.

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Melanie Faith

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