Saturday, December 31, 2011

Now available: Jackie Clark's I Live Here Now

Jackie Clark's I Live Here Now is now available!

You can read two selections from I Live Here Now at Sink Review here.

About the author: Jackie Clark is the series editor of Poets off Poetry and Song of the Week for Coldfront and is the author of Office Work (Greying Ghost Press) and Red Fortress (H_MGM_N). She lives in Jersey City and can be found online at


Friday, December 02, 2011

New from Lauren Levin

The Physiocrats has just released Song, a new poetry pamphlet by Lauren Levin. The Physiocrats has been publishing some of the most exciting contemporary writers. To order, click here.

On another note, we're down to two copies left of Lauren's chapbook Keenan. If you're interested in ordering one, e-mail me directly at gina[dot]myers[at]gmail[dot]com. Thanks!

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Ben Somers' Your Sorcerer's Way Reviewed!

Over at the Slash Pine Projects site, Shea Stripling writes, "Your Sorcerer’s Way is a work of remembering and imagining. It is a piece that centers on the adult’s attempt to understand and escape reality, and, by the end, you feel as though you have flipped through a photo book of pictures you never knew you took." You can read the full review here. Thanks, Shea!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Forthcoming Lame House Titles

We're pleased to announce two forthcoming publications. Jackie Clark's I Live Here Now will be published in December 2011, and Steven Karl & Angela Veronica Wong's Don't Try This On Your Piano or am i still standing here with my hair down will be out in February 2012. Both books will be available for sale at AWP. You can read excerpts from Jackie Clark's I Live Here Now in the new issue of Sink Review. And you can hear Steven and Veronica read from their collaboration here (click on #25 - Angela Veronica Wong). Lame House Press is super excited to be involved with these two projects!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Now available: Your Sorcerer's Way by Ben Somers

From Your Sorcerer's Way:

or, The Ocean at Night Looks Quite Black

There is a shuffling
in my

gut. It sounds

like when my dog
chased a rabbit

through the park
and pursued it

a river.

It sounded like

on chalk
board; darts

in a chalk board,
surf on a wake


Your Sorcerer's Way is now available in a limited edition of 100.

About the author: A Michigan native, Ben Somers received his MFA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2010. He currently writes, lives, and works in New York City. He likes his pizza New York and his hotdogs Chicago.The chapbook is available in a limited edition of 100.

Cost: $5 + $1 shipping
Order here using PayPal.


To pay by check or cash, send an e-mail for instructions to thetiny [AT] gmail [dot] com.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Matt Hart's Light-Headed

Matt Hart has been a machine with two books released in 2011, including Light-Headed (BlazeVOX Books), which includes "Simply Rocket," which was first released as a Lame House chapbook. We're excited to see it included here amongst Matt's other great work. For more information, visit the BlaseVOX website here.

Monday, August 01, 2011

New from Nathan Hauke

Horse Less Press has just released two new chapbooks, Deseret by Kirsten Jorgenson and Sewn by Nathan Hauke. You can order them here. And if you're interested, a few copies (maybe 5) of Nathan's Lame House chapbook In the Living Room are still available for sale here.

Saturday, July 23, 2011


Lame House Press HQ has recently relocated to Atlanta, GA, and we're preparing to release a couple of titles this fall, including Ben Somers's Your Sorcerer's Way, which will be available September 1st. Stay tuned.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Reviews of Keenan

Since its release at AWP last month, Lauren Levin's Keenan has made its way into the world, and the responses have been positive. John Coletti wrote me to say it is "diabolically good." And here are some responses from around the internet:

Michael Cross on Keenan. And more thoughts on Keenan.

A thirty word review of Keenan.

And Lauren's book Not Time, which contains Keenan, has been shortlisted for Salt's Crashaw Prize. You can read more about Lauren here. We're pulling for Not Time!

Copies of Keenan are still available for purchase, but in a limited supply. You can order yours here.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Now Available: Lauren Levin's Keenan

Now available from Lame House Press: Lauren Levin's Keenan. Cover art by Ian Umlauf. (See more of Ian's work here.)

About the author: Lauren Levin grew up in New Orleans and lives in Oakland, CA. Her recent chapbooks include Not Time, published by Boxwood Editions in 2009. New work is forthcoming in Aufgabe and Little Red Leaves. She's been helping out with the Poetic Labor Project and co-edits the magazine Mrs. Maybe with Catherine Meng and Jared Stanley.

To purchase Keenan, use the PayPal button below. If you prefer to use a different payment method, contact Gina Myers at gina[DOT]myers[AT]gmail[DOT]com.

(plus $1.00 shipping)