Dear Achiote Press fans,
We are excited to announce our newest chapbooks: Roberto Harrison’s Urraca and Erin M. Bertram’s The Most Wild, Kindly Green.
You can read an excerpt from the chapbooks at our website: www.achiotepress.com (just click on the chapbook image). They are on sell individually for $6 each, which includes shipping.
As you will see from our website, all our other chapbooks have sold out and we anticipate these new works will sell-out fairly quickly–so act now.
Erin M. Bertram is the author of six chapbooks, including Body of Water (Thorngate Road, 2007), which received the Frank O’Hara Award. Her work has appeared in such places as Bloom, Copper Nickel, Hotel Amerika, Knockout, and The Laurel Review. A recipient of fellowships from Summer Literary Seminars: Lithuania and The Writing Program at Washington University in St. Louis, she leads a creative writing group at St. Patrick Center and edits Shadowbox Press. Currently, she teaches writing at Washington University in St. Louis.
Roberto Harrison edited Crayon with Andrew Levy from 1997 to 2008. His most recent publications include Counter Daemons (Litmus, 2006), Os (subpress, 2006), Elemental Song (Answer Tag Home Press, 2006), and reflector (House Press,2008). He edits the Bronze Skull Press chapbook series and hosts the Enemy Rumor reading series in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A collection of his drawings and journal entries, Ineffable Isthmus, was recently on display at Woodland Pattern. He is Panamanian American.