ACHIOTE PRESS SUMMER 2008 CHAPBOOKS NOW AVAILABLE!!!!!

Dear Achiote Press Friends,

We are excited to announce the publication of 3 new chapbooks, now available at our website (www.achiotepress.com).

The new issue of ACHIOTE SEEDS, our multi-author chap-journal, features 5 writers from the Pacific Islands: Robert Sullivan, Sage U’ilani Takehiro, Tiare Picard, Michael Lujan Bevacqua, and Dan Taulapapa McMullin. For more info on this issue, click here (http://www.achiotepress.com/seeds08summer.htm). This issue is dedicated to our friend and former contributor, Alfred Arteaga (1950-2008).

Our single author poetry chapbook is titled THE PLAGUE DOCTOR, by Garrett Burrell. Click here for sample poems and bio: http://www.achiotepress.com/plague.htm

Our special project chapbook is titled THE MOON AINT NOTHING BUT A BROKEN DISH, by Luis Felipe Fabre and translated from the Spanish by Jason Stumpf. Click here to read the Translator’s Foreword: http://www.achiotepress.com/moon.htm.

All 3 chapbooks are printed in a limited edition of 100, and you can purchase them for $6 each.

If you’d like to send a check, please email me and I will send you our address.

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In other news, we are now SOLD OUT of Hillary Gravendyk’s THE NATURALIST and our special project ACROSS AND BETWEEN THE VOID, by Padcha Tuntha-obas and Alysha Wood. Thanks to everyone who purchased a copy!

We have about 10 copies each left of our spring chapbooks: ACHIOTE SEEDS SPRING 2008 (featuring Cristina Garcia, Brenda Cardenas, Emmy Perez, and Gabriela Erandi Rico), Maria Tuttle’s SARAME, and Jennifer Reimer’s DREAMS OF DEPARTURE (special projects), so act now.

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