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The Chapbook

Noah Stetzer and Ross White

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Noah Stetzer and Ross White, editors at Bull City Press, reveal the secrets of chapbooks—writing, editing, and publishing them—and take you behind the scenes at some chapbook presses. Contact the podcast with questions & comments using chapbook [at] bullcitypress.com; look for Bull City Press online at www.bullcitypress.com. Twitter: @bullcitypress; Noah Stetzer @dcnoah; Ross White @rosswhite
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06/24/21 • 17 min

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06/11/21 • 15 min

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Noah & Ross share five steps you might take to help with the editing and launch of your new chapbook.

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Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

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07/01/21 • 18 min

Nandi Comer drops by to chat with Noah & Ross about chapbooks, their lineage, and the projects they can inspire, and read from her chapbook AMERICAN FAMILY: A SYNDROME.

Nandi Comer is the author of Tapping Out (Northwestern University Press, 2020), which was a co-winner of the Julie Suk Award and the 2021 Winner in the Poetry category of the Society of Midland Authors Annual Literary Award, and the chapbook American Family: A Syndrome (Finishing Line Press, 2018). A Cave Canem fellow, a Callaloo fellow, and the Director of the Allied Media Projects Speakers Bureau, she lives in Detroit, Michigan. Visit her website here.

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Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

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06/21/21 • 17 min

Mag Gabbert, Discovery Award winner and author of MINML POEMS, drops by to talk with Noah & Ross about you may find when you take time to play, the power of collaboration, and publishing a project that may be considered unconventional.

Mag Gabbert holds a PhD in creative writing from Texas Tech University and an MFA from The University of California at Riverside. Her essays and poems can be found in 32 Poems, Pleiades, The Rumpus, Thrush, The Massachusetts Review, Waxwing, The Pinch, and many other journals. Mag is the author of Minml Poems (Cooper Dillon Books, 2020), a chapbook of visual poetry and nonfiction. She currently teaches creative writing at Southern Methodist University and for Writing Workshops Dallas. She also serves as the interviews editor for Underblong Journal, and recently won the Discovery Prize. Find out more about Mag at her website here.

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Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

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06/15/21 • 17 min

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You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

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PART ONE OF TWO: Kerrin McCadden, author of KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF, makes a compelling case for the chapbook, even when many of the poems are headed into a full-length collection.

Ross & Noah sit down with poet Kerrin McCadden to talk about the intersections between her chapbook Keep This to Yourself (Button Poetry) and her full-length collection American Wake (Black Sparrow Press). Keep This to Yourself is the 2018 winner of the Button Poetry Prize. American Wake is McCadden's second full-length collection. Her debut, Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes (New Issues Poetry & Prose), won the inaugural Vermont Book Award in 2015.

A recent National Endowment for the Arts fellowship awardee, McCadden’s poems have appeared in Best American Poetry, the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day series, and recently in American Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Los Angeles Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, and Prairie Schooner. McCadden teaches at Montpelier High School, serves as the Associate Director of the Conference on Poetry and Teaching at The Frost Place, and is associate poetry editor at Persea Books. She lives with her family in Vermont. Visit McCadden's website here.

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Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

Follow Bull City Press on Twitter https://twitter.com/bullcitypress
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08/12/21 • 12 min

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Noah & Ross go behind the scenes of the creative collaboration between Kendra DeColo & Tyler Mills and their chapbook LOW BUDGET MOVIE (Diode Editions).

Get Low-Budget Movie (Diode Editions, 2021) here.

Kendra DeColo is the author of three books including I Am Not Trying to Hide My Hungers from the World (BOA Editions, 2021). She is a recipient of a 2019 Poetry Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and has received a number of awards and fellowships. Her poems and essays have appeared in American Poetry Review, Tin House Magazine, Waxwing, and elsewhere. She teaches at Hugo House and she lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Find out more about Kendra at her website here.

Tyler Mills’ latest poetry book is Hawk Parable, winner of the Akron Poetry Prize (University of Akron Press 2019). A poet and essayist, her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Guardian, The New Republic , and elsewhere. She teaches for Sarah Lawrence College’s Writing Institute and the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center’s 24PearlStreet, edits The Account, and lives in Brooklyn. Find out more at Tyler's website here.

Thank you for listening to The Chapbook!

Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

Follow Bull City Press on Twitter https://twitter.com/bullcitypress
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bullcitypress/
and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bullcitypress

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06/09/21 • 15 min

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Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoah
Ross White is on Twitter @rosswhite
You can find all our episodes and contact us with your chapbook questions and suggestions here.

Follow Bull City Press on Twitter https://twitter.com/bullcitypress
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bullcitypress/
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