THIS IS THE ARCHIVE OF 2013 FRONT PAGE ENTRIES  


 

December 24, 2013

NEW Catalog!

NEW Authors!

NEW Books!

Go to the Retail Pages NOW!

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May 10, 2013

3 new chapbooks now available from Omerta Publications!

Order now in the Retail Pages.

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April 10, 2013

Bruce F. Kawin comments on

Misuses of Poetry and Other Poems 

at The Best American Poetry blogspot. 

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March 11, 2013

Tebot Bach announces the

Clockwise Chapbook Competition 2012

winner: The Cases by Les Gottesman,

coming soon. http://tebotbach.org/

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March 10, 2013

Shut up and buy a chapbook

from Omerta Publications!

Click on Retail Pages at the top of this page.

Omerta has published Les Gottesman’s chapbooks since 2006, and in 2012 began adding new authors to the catalog. The chapbooks are designed, printed, and bound by Les; he has touched every copy! To buy books online using PayPal, click on Retail Pages at the top of this page.

 

Look for new chapbooks and new authors in the coming months.

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February 10, 2013

Finishing Line Press

announces a chapbook

Misuses of Poetry and Other Poems

by Les Gottesman.

23 pages $14. Available now at

www.finishinglinepress.com

or click on Retail Pages at the top of this page.

And now available at amazon.com.

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Here’s a sample from Misuses:

The Tempest

1

To whosoever’s body
walks in circles,
the safety of us all is the stairchild of our loss.

2

Just say your human speech in a slanted pool
till the doctor’s fired, or morphine
attenuates the argument.

3

In Golfe-Juan
all observable teeth are extracted
and placed on a blue dish by Picasso.

4

There’s mama in a Russian play
in a harness of bricks
to speak as the scenery.

5

Land and sea and
a shrunken moon over the story,
including this instant.