Great News at Seven Kitchens Press

Seven Kitchens Press has posted the winners of the third annual Keystone Chapbook Prize.   Congratulations to both winners!

This past weekend I also read, Notes from the Red Zone  by Christina Pacosz.  Notes from the Red Zone is the first in the ReBound Series at Seven Kitchens Press.  It’s a fantastic read.  First written and published in 1982, this slim collection details the thoughts of a poet responding to the Hanford site, a nuclear decommissioned site on the Columbia River in the state of Washington.  For those interested in environmental issues and nuclear history in America, this book is for you!  With the country once again considering nuclear power as a possible future source of energy, the republication of this book is very timely. 

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2 Comments »

  1. Congratulations!

  2. […] the Red Zone by Christina Pacosz was republished by Seven Kitchens Press, and as I mentioned in another post, this chapbook was originally published in 1982 — and it’s back for a new generation to […]


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