Chapbooks and Limited/Special Editions
(Bryce Milligan), ISBN: 899179-96-8
Alms for Oblivion is a 400-line quest poem, seeking the roots of inspiration, exploring issues of certainty, uncertainty, faith, and loss of faith. Illustrated by Jim Harter. Out of print now and only available as an ebook.
(Victoria García-Zapata), ISBN: 978-0-916727-59-8
A chapbook of strong Latina poetry set in San Antonio by Victoria Garcia-Zapata Klein, the author of Peace in the Corazón, one of the first recipients of the Premio Poesía Tejana.
(Frank Duane), ISBN: 978-1-60940-448-2
(Margaret Randall), ISBN: 978-0-916727-80-2
Limited edition, hand-sewn collection of poems and photographs about the desaparacidos of Latin America, by activist and prolific author, Margaret Randall.
(Rosemary Catacalos), ISBN: 978-1-60940-323-2
This limited edition chapbook is Texas Poet Laureate Rosemary Catacalos' first new book in three decades. Printed using environmentally friendly brown ink on partially recycled paper, it has been sewn by hand into handmade paper covers.
(Margaret Randall), ISBN: 978-1-60940-432-1
(Ana Castillo), ISBN: 9780916727710
Ana Castillo's first chapbook in many years. Limited to 300 numbered and signed copies. As Ana writes in her Preface: "These are independent stories or excerpts from much longer ones that developed from my solitary life and my singular desire to write."
(Margaret Randall), ISBN: 978-1-60940-493-2
(Robert Flynn), ISBN: 9780916727307
Burying the Farm: A Memoir of Chillicothe, Texas by Robert Flynn. ISBN: 0-916727-30-0 Signed limited edition $24.95, 300 Copies. Letterpress cover of handmade paper, illustrated with photographs of the Flynn farm. Robert Flynn is a past president of the Texas Institue of Letters and the author of North to Yesterday, Wanderer Springs, Seasonal Rain, and other Texas classics.
(Celeste Guzmán Mendoza), ISBN: 0-930324-44-7
(Sofia M. Starnes), ISBN: 9780916727512
Winner of the 3rd annual Whitebird contest
Whitebird Chapbook Series, religious poetry, Sofia Starnes, Episcopalian poetry
(Margaret Randall), ISBN: 978-1-60940-35533
Lady Jaguar Shark was one of the few women rulers of the ancient Mayan city of Tikal. The imagined daughter of Lady Jaguar Shark walks us through the ruins, giving her opinions on tourists and anthropologists, and the strange modern assumptions made about the Maya, their culture, and their extraordinary calendar.
(Ángel González), ISBN: 0916727408
Dawn Tango / Tango de Madrugada, by Ángel González. Translation by E.A. Mares. ISBN: 978-0-916727-40-6 Signed and numbered. $25. A chapbook, 300 copies were signed by Angel Gonzalez and his translator, E.A. Mares.
(Lorna Dee Cervantes), ISBN: 0-916727-14-9
DRIVE: The First Quartet, by Lorna Dee Cervantes. LIMITED EDITION $250. ISBN: 0-916727-14-9. Cloth, Illustrated, 308 pages. 100 numbered and signed copies, each with a unique three-line handwritten poem, bound in full leather, cased in a mahogany box. Recipient of the Latino International Book Award and the Balcones Poetry Prize.
(Marian Aitches), ISBN: 978-0-916727-63-5
Winner of the 2009 Whitebird Chapbook Series competition
Whitebird Chapbook Series, San Antonio poetry, Texas poetry, Marian Aitches
(JoAnn Balingit), ISBN: 9780916727765
Winner of the 2010-2011 Whitebird Chapbook competition
JoAnn Balingit was Delaware's 2008-2010 poet laureate, the winner of the 2010 Global Filipino Award and the 2011 Whitebird Series for Forage. She writes remembrances of painful family narratives and lovely nature lyrics.
(Wendy Barker), ISBN: 978-1-60940-497-0
(Julia Ridgeway Diaz), ISBN: 0-930324-82-X
(Frances Treviño), ISBN: 0-930324-61-7
(David Taylor), ISBN: 9781609402860
A poetic examination and celebration of the published log of Ed Ricketts and John Steinbeck's 1940 collecting trip through the Sea of Cortez. More than a companion volume to Steinbeck's 1951 Log Taylor's poems show how the trip became an exploration of ecological themes and concerns which resonate today: a growing concern for overuse of the natural world, the legacy of colonialism, the intersection of the arts and sciences, and the uneasy place of spirituality in a modern worldview.
(Mary Grace Rodriguez), ISBN: 0-930324-45-5
(Bryce Milligan), ISBN: 1899179992
Alms for Oblivion is a 400-line quest poem, seeking the roots of inspiration, in which the protagonist is split into a rational, scientific mind and a mystic romantic. It is deeply imbued with muse lore ranging from Fanny Brawne to Cerddwen to the Ur-poet Enheduanna's goddess Inanna.
(Bryce Milligan), ISBN: 0000000000000
(Victoria García-Zapata), ISBN: 0-930324-46-3
(Mary Carolyn Hollers George), ISBN: 978-1-60940-427-7
(Nicole Pollentier), ISBN: 0-930324-43-9
(Naomi Shihab Nye), ISBN: 0-930324-27-7
(Margaret Randall), ISBN: 9781609402655
(Donald Hall), ISBN: 0-930324-41-2
Poet Laureate of the United States
Donald Hall, Christmas, poetry, limited edition, Barry Moser, letterpress, handmade paper,
(Lorna Dee Cervantes), ISBN: 9780916727253