From The Literary Underground Wiki
'''Rattlesnake Press''' is an independent publisher of poetry, based in California. Rattlesnake Press was founded by [[Kathy Kieth]] of Pollock Pines, California. The press publishes chapbooks, broadsides and journals including the [[Rattlesnake Review]]. The [[Rattlesnake Reading Series]] is held monthly at [[The Book Collector]] in Sacramento. ==Publications== ===Rattlesnake Review=== ''[[Rattlesnake Review]]'' (Poetry with Fangs!) is the flagship publication of Rattlesnake Press. ''RR'' is a free, spiral-bound, 8.5 X 11” quarterly journalzine of photos, line art, articles, a cryptogram, numerous reviews, poetry challenges and other miscellaneous articles about poetry and related happenings, and—most of all—POETRY.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/rattlesnake_review.html Rattlesnake Press: Rattlesnake Review]</ref> ===WTF=== ''[[WTF]]'' is a free, 30-page quarterly journal (chapbook-style) for adults only, edited by [[Frank Andrick]]. ''WTF'' is intended to showcase the talents of the readers at Poetry Unplugged at Luna’s Café, the long-running Thursday night poetry series but everyone (over 18) is invited to submit.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/wtf.html Rattlesnake Press: WTF]</ref> ===Snakelets=== ''[[Snakelets]]'' is a spiral-bound, 8.5 X 11” journal of approximately 45 pages of poetry by kids ages 0-12. ''Snakelets'' was named Best Poetry For Children by ''[[Sacramento News & Review]]'', 2004.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/snakelets.html Rattlesnake Press: Snakelets]</ref> ===VYPER=== ''[[VYPER]]'' is a saddle-stapled, chapbook-sized black-&-white journal of poetry by young people ages 13-19. Issues #1-3 were edited by [[Robert Grossklaus]].<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/vyper.html Rattlesnake Press: VYPER]</ref> ===Rattlechaps=== The ''[[Rattlechaps Chapbook Series]]'' was born in April of 2004 with Rattlechap #1: ANVIL by [[Danyen Powell]]. Since then, rattlechaps (and ''[[SnakeRings SpiralChap Series|spiralchaps]]'') have been released on an almost-monthly basis, with readings by each poet at The Book Collector. The rattlechaps are 5.5" X 8.5", cardstock cover, saddle-stapled, 16-24 pages of poems.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/rattlechaps_chapbook_series.html Rattlesnake Press: Rattlechaps]</ref> ===Spiralchaps=== The first of the ''[[SnakeRings SpiralChap Series]]'' was published in 2004. ''The Heart of a Poet'', by then-13-year-old [[Ashley Redfield]] was the first title. Subsequent titles included work from [[B.L. Kennedy]], [[Joyce Odam]], and [[D.R. Wagner]].<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/snakerings.html Rattlesnake Press: Snakerings]</ref> ===Littlesnake Broadsides=== ''[[Littlesnake Broadsides]]'', established in 2004, is a free, monthly, by-invitation-only chance for the Snake to showcase individual poets’ work on a single sheet, pamphlet-style (both sides) in true broadside tradition.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/littlesnake_broadsides.html Rattlesnake Press: littlesnake broadsides]</ref> ===Rattlesnake Interview Series=== ''[[Rattlesnake Interview Series]]'' feature conversations between [[B.L. Kennedy]] and some of the finest poets in Northern California. Five of the interviews are available as free, individual broadsides; they, along with the rest of the interviews, will be collected into anthologies, one of which will appear every few months.<ref>[http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/rattlesnake_interview_series.html Rattlesnake Press: Rattlesnake Interview Series]</ref> ==External Links== * [http://www.rattlesnakepress.com/ Rattlesnake Press] * [http://www.medusaskitchen.blogspot.com/ Medusa's Kitchen] ==References== <references/> [[Category:Presses|Rattlesnake Press]]
Retrieved from "
What links here
Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad here, right now: $0
About The Literary Underground Wiki