New Photographs, Greying Ghost

I’ve just published around twenty newly-developed B & W photographs on the site Windows Faces Look In At that may be of some interest to you, or he or she or they.

Greying Ghost Press is continuing to put out wonderful chapbooks.  I didn’t realize that they also publish poems and send them out as pamphlets when you order a book.  I realized this when they accepted some work for Corduroy Mountain and chose a poem I wrote called “The Sound” as a pamphlet, which they’ve written kinds things about.  Anyway, here are all of their titles below, of which I own a handful already and plan on getting more over time. You probably should too.

#34 Office Work by Jackie Clark
#33 Self Help Poems by Sampson Starkweather
#32 Credo by J. Michael Wahlgren
#31 Second Print by The Corduroy Mtn.
#30 Nine Live Two-Headed Animals by Eric Amling
#29 Sugar Means Yes by Julia Cohen & Mathias Svalina
#28 Our Us & We by J.A. Tyler
#27 Michigander by B.J. Love
#26 The Bowling by Sommer Browning & Brandon Shimoda
#25 The Plesyre Barge by Jon Cone
#24 Springtime Sea Bathing by Troy Urquhart
#23 Gorilla Math by Michael Bible
#22 No Rainbow by Judson Hamilton
#21 Les Miseres et les Mal-Heurs de la Guerre by Dan Boehl
#20 Folded Into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm by Kristen Orser
#19 Helen Mirren Picks Out My Clothes by Andrew Terhune
#18 The Deviants by Jack Boettcher
#17 When I Moved To Nevada by Jamie Iredell
#16 Hank Williams by Peter Berghoef
#15 I Am In The Air Right Now by Kathryn Regina
#14 The Pond by Zachary Schomburg
#13 Stands As Mediation by Thomas Hummel
#12 Boring Meadows by Colin Bassett
#11 Inside A Red Corvette by Becca Klaver
#10 Borrowed House by Brooklyn Copeland
#09 First Print by The Corduroy Mtn.
#08 Border Looks Like Making Love by Ryan Daley
#07 Help by Adam Fieled
#06 At The Pulse by Laura Carter
#05 I Will Unfold You With My Hairy Hands by Shane Jones
#04 The Tornado Is Not A Surrealist by Brian Foley
#03 Walden Book by Allen Bramhall
#02 Naturalistless by Christopher Rizzo
#01 News Of The Haircut by Peter Berghoef


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