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Coffee House Press Profiled at The New York Times January 21, 2014: It's pretty great that The New York Times's Artsbeat continues to profile small-poetry presses. This month, Dana Jennings talks to Chris Fishbach of Coffee House Press, publishers, notably, of Akilah Oliver, Eleni Sikelianos, Travis Nichols, Ron Padgett, and more. They are looking for "audacious daring." More: A Brief History Coffee [...] by

The Curious Builder April 4, 2011: Index Hudney, Sutej IX, X, XI, 7, 9, 25, 58, 60, 61, 64 Plates   5,10, 15 Childhood   70, 71 Education   78, 79, 80 Early relationship with family   84 Enters academy, honors   84 Arrest and bewilderment 85 Formation of spatial theories  90 “Romance of Ardoy, The” 92 Second arrest 93 [...] by

The teachings of Akilah Oliver remembered March 2, 2011: When Akilah Oliver passed away last week, memories and tributes to her work and giving spirit as a teacher spread out across the communities she touched, from Coffee House Press to Naropa University to The Poetry Project. Below is a collection of stories and thanks from friends, colleagues, and those she inspired. From The Poetry [...] by

Coffee House Press talks survival, values and (of course) its writers February 16, 2011: As Coffee House Press prepares to make its first major leadership transition in its 35 year history, The Huffington Post's Anis Shivani chats with founding publisher Allan Kornblum and Chris Fishbach, who will take over as publisher in July. Kornblum will remain involved as senior editor at the press he initially began as a hybrid between his [...] by

Breaking! E-books at last recognize stanzas and line breaks February 4, 2011: Publishers Weekly reports on an amazing new development in e-book formatting: actual line breaks and properly delineated stanzas. BookMobile has already been providing production and distribution for small and academic presses for years—the ones most likely to not only publish poetry in general, but the most challenging poetry with the most [...] by