Monday, April 29, 2013
new from above/ground press: tether, by Jill Stengel
by Jill Stengel
something to do with a red ball
something about not missing
Poet and publisher Jill Stengel founded a+bend press in 1999 as the print component of her poetry reading and publication series held in San Francisco’s historically-rich North Beach, producing a chapbook for each reader. Later she added a journal, mem, featuring writing by poet-mothers raising young children.
Dear Jack, Jill’s first full-length collection, will be available this Spring from Black Radish Books. Nearly a dozen of her chapbooks have been published, some of which can be viewed online at dusie.org and other sites. Her writing has also appeared in print and online journals and anthologies, including Boog City, Kindergarde, Otoliths, Try, and Touched by Adoption. She has taught poetry and book arts, participates in poetry collectives, and is active in the Poet-Moms listserv community.
Jill currently lives in Davis, CA with her family of one husband, three children, and an oft-changing number of non-human animals.
published in Ottawa by above/ground press
a/g subscribers receive a complimentary copy
Produced in part as a handout at the 2013 CUNY Chapbook Festival, Proshansky Auditorium, CUNY, New York NY, May 3-4, 2013. Thanks much to Arielle Guy for her support and assistance.
To pick up a free copy (while supplies last) at the festival, find the dusie table.
To order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; outside Canada, add $2) to: rob mclennan, 402 McLeod St #3, Ottawa ON K2P 1A6 or paypal at www.robmclennan.blogspot.com