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Mayapple Press is a small literary press founded in 1978 by poet and editor Judith Kerman. We celebrate literature that is both challenging and accessible: poetry that transcends the categories of "mainstream" and "avant-garde"; women's writing; the Great Lakes/Northeastern culture; the recent immigrant experience; poetry in translation; science fiction poetry.

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Résumé by Chris Green
Résumé by Chris Green is now available. You can buy it here.


Tales of the Tetrarammaton by Paul Nemser
"Tales of the Tetragrammaton" by Paul Nemser is now available. You can buy it here.


Woman with a Gambling Mania by Catherine Anderson
"Woman with a Gambling Mania" by Catherine Anderson is now available. You can buy it here.


A Brief Moment of Weightlessness by Victoria Fish
"A Brief Moment of Weightlessness" by Victoria Fish is now available. You can buy it here.


A Different Harbor by Elizabeth Genovise
"A Different Harbor" by Elizabeth Genovise is now available. You can buy it here.


4 Rms w Vu by Susana H Case
"4 Rms w Vu" by Susana H Case is now available. You can buy it here.


Without Angels - Marjorie Stelmach
"Without Angels" by Marjorie Stelmach is now available. You can buy it here.


The Grandson of Heinrich Schliemann & Other Truths and Fictions – David Lunde
"The Grandson of Heinrich Schliemann & Other Truths and Fictions"
by David Lunde is now available. You can buy it here.


Strange Life - Eleanor Lerman
"Strange Life"
by Eleanor Lerman is now available. You can buy it here.


Book of Asters  - Sally Rosen Kindred
"Book of Asters"
by Sally Rosen Kindred is now available. You can buy it here.


Doris Red Spaces - Gretchen Primack
"Doris' Red Spaces
by Gretchen Primack is now available. You can buy it here.


Under Foot – Stephen Lewandowski
"Under Foot"
by Stephen Lewandowski is now available. You can buy it here.


Between Two Silences / Entre Dos Silencios – Hilma Contreras – Translated by Judith Kerman
"Between Two Silences / Entre Dos Silencios"
by Hilma Contreras, translated by Judith Kerman is now available. You can buy it here.


Written On Water: Writings About the Allegheny River – Edited by Helen Ruggieri and Linda Underhill – (with bonus CD!)
"Written On water: Writings About the Allegheny River"
edited by Helen Ruggieri and Linda Underhill is now available. Includes Bonus CD! You can buy it here.


Candidates for Sainthood and Other Sinners by Don Cellini
"Candidates for Sainthood and other Sinners"
by Don Cellini is now available. You can buy it here.


Notes for the Novice Ventriloquist by Gerry LaFemina
"Notes for the Novice Ventriloquist"
by Gerry LaFemina is now available. You can buy it here.


Mayapple Press Prose titles now available on Kindle!
We're proud to announce the release of our first wave of digital publications! Mayapple Press novels, memoirs, and books of short stories can now be purchased via Amazon.com and downloaded onto any Kindle ereader. Have a look at our eBooks page for a list of titles, and click on the book pages for links to Amazon's Kindle bookstore.

We will be offering select titles each month at a discounted price. Visit our Books of The Month page. The titles will be changing each month so keep checking!

You can now pre-order titles at a discounted price before they are released! Visit our Coming Soon page.

Mayapple author Jeannine Hall Gailey interviewed

Jeanine Hall Gailey - Author of "The Robot Scientist's Daugther"

In March of 2015, Mayapple Press will publish “The Robot Scientist’s Daughter” by Jeannine Hall Gailey. As a matter of fact, we are taking advance orders for it now.

Of course, this is not Jeannine’s first rodeo. She has written several books and she talks with Geosi Gyasi about them in a recent interview. While the piece is pegged to her most recent book, Unexplained Fevers, Jeannine also explores her training and her creative process.

Read Jeannine’s interview with Geosi here.

Mayapple author Susana H. Case interviewed on the Progressive Radio Network

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Susana H. Case, author of “4 Rms w Vu” is interviewed at Progressive Radio Network The audio interview covers Susana’s multiple hats as poet, professor and photographer and the way in which she uses historical and biographical detail to write about subjects as diverse as marriage, movies, witchcraft, copper mining, and sexual advice manuals.

Hear the interview in the player below or go to the PRN page to listen.

Mayapple author Catherine Anderson to read – Des Moines, IA – Saturday October 25, 2014

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Author Name – Catherine Anderson
Mayapple book - Woman with a Gambling Mania
Event name – Reading at Beaverdale Books
Date – Saturday October 25, 2014
Starting time of event – 2 pm
Street address 2629 Beaver Ave. #1 Des Moines IA 50310 Map

Mayapple author George Dila to read – Ann Arbor, MI – Saturday October 18, 2014

Nothing More To Tell - George Dila

Nothing More To Tell – George Dila

Author: George Dila
Mayapple Book: Nothing More to Tell
What: Short Story Reading: George Dila & John Mauk
Where: Book Unbound Bookstore
Address: 1729 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor MI Map
When: Saturday, October 18 at 7:00 pm
Phone: 734 369 4345

George Dila will be reading from his new short story collection Working Stiff. The stories in Working Stiff are crafted with crisp language and buoyant dark humor that beautifully reveal unique and intense situations. He is a native Detroiter now living in Ludington, and is founder/director of Ludington Visiting Writers.

John Mauk is a Michigander at heart who currently teaches writing at Miami University of Ohio. His new short story collection is Field Notes for the Earthbound. “If Lewis Nordan and Flannery O’Connor had a baby, it would be John Mauk.” — Jack Ridl.

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Mayapple author Tim Mayo to read – St. Johnsbury VT – Wednesday October 15, 2014

The Kingdom of Possibilities - Tim Mayo

Author: Tim Mayo
Mayapple Book: The Kingdom of Possibilities
Event Name: Readings in the Gallery 2014
Where: 1171 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
When: Wednesday, October 15, 7:00 PM
www.stjathenaeum.org
Phone: 748-8291

This program is sponsored by the Fund for Poetry
This event is free, open to the public and handicapped accessible.
A book signing and reception will follow.

Tim Mayo holds an ALB, cum laude, from Harvard University and an MFA from The Bennington Writing Seminars. His poems and reviews have appeared in Narrative Magazine, Poetry International, Poet Lore, Tar River, Poetry,Verse Daily, Web Del Sol Review of Books, and The Writer’s Almanac, as well as others. His chapbook The Loneliness of Dogs (Pudding House, 2008) was a finalist in the WCDR 2008 Chapbook Challenge in Ajax, Ontario, Canada, and his first full length collection The Kingdom of Possibilities (Mayapple Press, 2009) was a semifinalist for the 2009 Brittingham and Pollock Awards and a finalist for 2009 May Swenson

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Mayapple Author Victoria Fish to read – Harvard, MA – Saturday October 11, 2014

Victoria Fish - Author of "A Brief Moment of Weightlessness"


Victoria Fish – Author of “A Brief Moment of Weightlessness”

Victoria Fish, author of A Brief Moment of Weightlessness will participate in the next innK event on Saturday October 11th. The theme for this event is “Extreme Uncertainties; Balancing in the Abyss”. Victoria will be joined by three other interesting writers. BYOB! Harvard, MA is a small town in East-Central Massachusetts, about 25 miles northwest of Boston.

Mayapple author name: Victoria Fish
Mayapple book title: A Brief Moment of Weightlessness
What: innK “Extreme Uncertainties; Balancing in the Abyss”
When: Saturday October 11, 2014 – 7pm to 9pm
Where: Center On the Common 7 Fairbanks Street, Harvard MA (Map
Other readers: Lauren Slater, Andre Dubus III, and Rachel Markels Webber

The event is free, but you should reserve your place via the Eventbrite link at http://inkk.me/inkk-me/

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Mayapple Press author Susana H. Case to appear at legendary Troubadour , London, UK

Susana H Case - Author of 4 rms w Vu


Susana H. Case will be part of the Coffeehouse Poetry series at London’s legendary Troubadour on Monday evening October 6th. The “Stateside Troubadours” event starts at 8pm
The Troubadour is at 265 Old Brompton Road, Earls Court, London SW5 9JA Map
The nearest tube stations are Earls Court and Brompton Road
The Troubadour is the most famous of the remaining coffee houses of London. It has had a long and storied history, with major contributions to the musical and literary life of the UK. It was instrumental in advancing the 60s folk revival and has hosted many great performers over the years.

Author Name – Susana H Case
Book title – 4 Rms w Vu
Event name (if any) – Coffeehouse Poetry: Stateside Troubadours
Date – Oct 6, 2014
Starting time of event – 8 PM

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The Robot Scientist’s Daughter – Jeannine Hall Gailey

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Dazzling in its descriptions of a natural world imperiled by the hidden dangers of our nuclear past, this book presents a girl in search of the secrets of survival. In The Robot Scientist’s Daughter, Jeannine Hall Gailey creates for us a world of

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Mayapple author Susana H. Case’s “Three Questions” interview

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The “Three Questions” series over at Daily Dose of Lit has today published their interview with Susana H. Case, author of 4 Rms w Vu

Here are the questions:
Your work often evokes a certain time period using references to popular culture—music, movies, celebrities. How do you choose which icons to include (or do they choose the poem)? How do you manage the right number of to include?

I love that idea of poems as archives. Can you expand on the importance of that as a writer and as a reader?

So can poetry redistribute power in some way? Is the power shared between writer, text and reader?

Go to the interview to see the answers

Video: Chris Green’s book trailer for Résumé – What was your first job?

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“Résumé” is a book of poetry about (among other things) work. So for the book trailer Chris Green got a bunch of his poet friends together and asked them about jobs they’ve had…

Direct link to video on YouTube
Video by Glader Film Works