Thursday, December 11, 2014

Now Available: Kurt Cobain Died Not Me by Matt DeBenedictis

Now available for pre-order is an 18 x 24 full-color poster featuring Matt DeBenedictis's "Kurt Cobain Died Not Me," with artwork by Brian Manley.

Printed in a limited edition of 100.

Cost: $15 (+$2 shipping)

Available: Tuesday, December 30, 2014


Monday, December 01, 2014

Now Available: Daniel Beauregard's HELLO MY MEAT

Daniel Beauregard's chapbook HELLO MY MEAT is now available from Lame House Press.

Featuring art by Guy Benjamin Brookshire

Release date: December 15, 2014

$6.50 (+$1.50 shipping)

Read selections from HELLO MY MEAT at Ilk Journal and Smoking Glue Gun.

Advance praise for HELLO MY MEAT:

“I really love Dan Beauregard’s poems! His new chapbook, HELLO MY MEAT, is like Melville &/or Olson in a blender—a brilliant & gutsy whirlwind. Or maybe a kind of 21st-century Wasteland without Eliot’s preaching & pomposity? These lines from the first poem also apply to our experience of reading the chapbook: “tumult came / to us, as though outside our portholes / tearing the window without losing a finger.” I’m both happy to have my digits intact and thrilled to have experienced HELLO MY MEAT.” - Bruce Covey, author of Change Machine

"What is a crop circle but an unexpected transmission to and from somewhere else? What is a crop circle but a William Burroughs throw rug? Isn't it a "well fed flabby throng of violent colors?" Isn't corn / also fucking gasoline?  A chunk of animal /  heat covers the world /  the soft cheek of the world / and no one alive / can say where it comes. According to Daniel Beauregard's Hello My Meat, the meat, the thick, marbled line, the poem, it emerges from Boats / CUT UP  / Their Sound / Arranged. It comes from cruel taskmasters and shaggy ponies and a hog of great black butterflies. I love a waterfall / the sea that drips its rejoined parts. I love a poem / a starving dog licking / my eyelid." - Carrie Lorig, author of The Pulp Vs. The Throne

Daniel Beauregard lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he runs a small press called OOMPH! that focuses on contemporary poetry in translation. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in H_NGM_N, Smoking Glue Gun, NAP, ILK, Poor Claudia, Everyday Genius, and elsewhere. His chapbook Before You Were Born is available from 421 Atlanta


Friday, June 13, 2014

Now available: Scott Daughtridge's I Hope Something Good Happens!

Cover art by Jason Kofke

It's Friday the 13th and there's a full honey moon. What better day to release Scott Daughtridge's I Hope Something Good Happens

Scott Daughtridge was born and raised in Acworth, Georgia, a small town with two lakes and a lot of trailer parks. I Hope Something Good Happens is his first chapbook.

Read selections from it on Everyday Genius

$6 (+ $1.50 shipping) 


Thursday, May 29, 2014

Now available for pre-order: Scott Daughtridge's I Hope Something Good Happens

Cover art by Jason Kofke

On Friday, June 13th, Lame House will release Scott Daughtridge's I Hope Something Good Happens, our twentieth title. Copies are now available for pre-order. List price is $6, plus $1.50 for shipping. However, if you are in the Atlanta area and will be attending the release party, you can purchase the title now for $6 and pick it up at the party.

Release Party for I Hope Something Good Happens!

Please join us on Friday, June 13th to celebrate the release of Scott Daughtridge's I Hope Something Good Happens. Scott's book is the twentieth (20th?!) Lame House title. In addition to Scott, Brandi Wells, Ajay Vishwanathan, and Adam Robinson will be reading. 8PM at 1390 McLendon Ave in Candler Park, ATL.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Now Available: Jessica Fiorini's Take It Personal!

Jessica Fiorini's new chapbook, Take It Personal, is now available!


Monday, January 13, 2014

Coming Soon: Jessica Fiorini's Take It Personal

Jessica Fiorini's Take It Personal will be available from LHP on Friday, February 14th. Check back soon for pre-ordering information.