Noah Stetzer and Ross White, editors at Bull City Press, reveal the secrets of chapbooks—writing, editing, and publishing them—and take you behind the scenes at some chapbook presses.
15. Ruben Quesada - Promotion for Poets
You are in for a treat! Noah & Ross sit down with poet, translator, editor, & teacher Ruben Quesada to talk about his new substack PROMOTION FOR POETS. This wide-ranging discussion also touches on publishing, and of course chapbooks, including Quesada's REVELATIONS (Sibling Rivalry Press).
14. Chapbook News You Can Use: September 2021
In today’s episode, we’ve got excerpts from new chapbooks, some chapbook submissions deadlines, and a listener asks, "why don’t chapbooks count?"
13. Anthony Frame: Glass Poetry Press
In this episode Ross & Noah sit down with Anthony Frame, co-founding editor of Glass Poetry Press. Frame gives a glimpse behind the scenes at Glass, shares his commitment to their family of authors, and talks about the annual Glass Poetry chapbook series.
12. Ann Hudson: Glow (with Laura Van Prooyen)
Noah & Ross welcome Ann Hudson to talk about her new chapbook GLOW—which looks at Marie Curie & the mysteries of radium—and they’re joined by GLOW publisher Laura Van Prooyen of Next Page Press!
11. Kerrin McCadden: When Chapbook Meets Full-Length (pt. 2)
Welcome back to our conversation with Kerrin McCadden, author of KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF, who makes a compelling case for the chapbook, even when many of the poems are headed into a full-length collection.
10. Kerrin McCadden: When Chapbook Meets Full-Length (pt. 1)
Kerrin McCadden, author of KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF, makes a compelling case for the chapbook, even when many of the poems are headed into a full-length collection.
Fantastic resource for readers and writers alike
Ross and Noah have created an extraordinary podcast, which is simultaneously warm, charming, supportive, and informative. Their reading recommendations are fabulous, and their insights into writing, publishing, and marketing always leave me with new ideas to mull. Great stuff all around!
First of all, love these poets and persons. Second: this is a podcast we really need!! Grateful to Ross and Noah for opening a space to talk about chapbooks and editing and publication.
I adore Ross White and Noah Stetzer, and I am loving the first few episodes of this podcast! If you have any questions about chapbooks, this is a super engaging, enjoyable way to learn the answers. Also, Bull City Press chapbooks are soooooo SO good.