Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Judson Hamilton's NO RAINBOW now available!

No Rainbow
Judson Hamilton


"Don't reckon this as Darger-inspired literature or Dahl-hued imaginings. This is Judson Hamilton's No Rainbow, a uniquely intrepid tale about a group of youngsters who seek to expand themselves in a world that is slowly shrinking 'one word, one creature, one color at a time.'"


    Soft thunder rolled outside the window and across the lawn as Miss de Mo began to read from the book:

    This is the tale of a
    Princess who insisted that a boy must exchange his head for another

    The children instinctively tightened their loose circle at this rather foreboding introduction

    stealing glances as if daring one another to show fear

    Violet silently putting her hand in Robert's

    to the quickening accompaniment of his heart

    Martin despite his chubby countenance and bookish leanings

    sat at rapt attention

    as did Maud - (both of them savored storytime with Miss de Mo).

    Wendy and Wanda instinctively moved closer together

    exchanging glances and inspecting one another's expressions for

    imperceptible differences

5.5" x 8.5" Chapbook with hand-pressed, black-inked covers and gray end paper & printed in an edition of 99. Click here for images of the cover.

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Dan Boehl's Chapbook Now Available!

Les Miseres et les Mal-Heurs de la Guerre
Dan Boehl


"Dan Boehl's "Les Miseres..." isn't simply another retelling of the recalcitrant history of war - that's been done a thousand times. Instead, scenes of war are run through a cinema reel and played out on a canvas of seventeen poems. Told through every point of view, "Les Miseres..." is an intelligent and thought-provoking broomstick thrown into the spoke of a war debate."


    LA ROUE (The Helm)

    But behind the rich, almost cinematic
    certainties that history has given us
    about the war, concerning the people,
    the relationships, the materials, the
    time frame, the technology, lies an
    impenetrable area of shadow. No one
    has ever explained how a con-
    scientious public allowed this to happen,
    or why.

5.5" x 8.5" Chapbook with hand-pressed, blue-inked covers and decorative inlay paper & printed in an edition of 120. Click here for images of the cover.

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Monday, January 11, 2010

Quick Update

due to some confusion and re-thinking, we'll be including Sasha's pamphlet with ALL orders, especially w/ Kristen Orser and Shane Jones (reprinted) chapbooks! our mission is to get quality books & writing into everyone's hands, not worrying about how many people join our FB page. So order away! and get awesome bonus stuff! huzzah!

i'm having massive brain farts tonight. simply put:

order ANY Greying Ghost book and receive a free Sasha Fletcher pamphlet entitled "We Are All Of Us Up To Something"

whew. ok.

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Kristen Orser's Chapbook Now Available!

Folded Into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm
Kristen Orser


"The midwest can be a lonely space to crawl. Heaps of junctions and front roads bordering corn but nobody else is on the road this afternoon. Folded Into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm is a thunder-slap meant for your cheek. There is a ferocity and a bite to these poems as ripe as the 'Bells, bells, bells / resembling / the ferocity of print ribbon. Double / if you are the responder / my words gut.' Kristen Orser shall reckon!"

5.5" x 8.5" Chapbook with hand-stamped songbook covers and inlay paper
Printed in an edition of 99. Click here for images of the cover.

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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

festivals for the rest of alls

Greying Ghost will be among many book presses taking part in this year's Chapbook Festival May 3rd-4th at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center! Come visit us as we'll have our entire available catalog on sale and handfuls of free stuff to pass out. Will finally be able to put faces to names and we'll have all of our brand new books for sale. Lots of readings too! EXCITED.

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Monday May 3 and Tuesday May 4, 2010

The Annual Chapbook Festival celebrates the rich history of the chapbook as a work of art as well as the essential place of the contemporary chapbook as a vehicle for alternative poetry projects and for emerging authors and editors. Now in its second year, the festival features a two-day bookfair with chapbook publishers from around the country, workshops on creating, producing and distributing chapbooks, marathon poetry readings, and a closing-night PSA Chapbook Fellowship reading. For more information, please visit centerforthehumanitiesgc.org/festival (ONLINE IN JANUARY).

Co-sponsored by The Office of Academic Affairs, The Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center and MFA Programs in Creative Writing of the City University of New York, The Center for Book Arts, Poets House, Poetry Society of America, and Poets & Writers."

Monday, January 04, 2010


for those of you on the left coast (i.e. california) be sure to check out boston-based artist Ria Brodell's exhibition at the Kopeikin Gallery in west hollywood. Ria has graciously provided the artwork for the reprint of Shane Jones' I Will Unfold You With My Hairy Hands which are printed as i type this. click the link for ordering info! and go to see Ria's work.