Monday, August 21, 2006

Do You Have A Chapbook of Poetry for sale?

We're looking for chapbooks to offer as prizes in monthly challenges on The Waters. If you have one for sale, that can be purchased through PAY PAL, please let us know - drop a comment.


Blogger Ivy said...

Hi Jude, I have chapbooks available through this link. Also, lots of other available chapbooks through DIY Publishing Poetry Webring. Thanks for the invitation.

2:08 PM  
Blogger Collin said...

Hi Jude,

My chapbook "Slow To Burn" is available via PayPal from the fab indie press, MetroMania ( How cool that you are actively looking for chapbooks!


8:02 PM  
Blogger Rob Mackenzie said...

My chapbook is available through PayPal at HappenStance Press along with other very fine publications. You can read a sample poem from each chapbook at the site, which should give you an idea if they’re what you’re looking for or not.

Good idea to have chapbook prizes!

10:32 AM  
Blogger Julie Carter said...

Lulu books can be purchased with PayPal, and my book is available here: pseudophakia.

Very neat idea.

1:41 PM  
Blogger Rik said...

Like Julie's book, mine's available via - here. No reviews yet, but you can get a feel for whether it would make a good prize by checking out the pdf version - here.

ps: for my sins, I edited Magma 6 (a loong time ago), even then - before it had a website presence - the magazine was receiving hundreds of submissions, mainly from the UK but also from N America and Europe. The magazine still has a rotating editorship, so don't be put off by a rejection this time around.

2:48 PM  
Blogger skint writer said...

Hi - it's not strictly a chapbook but you can have a copy of The Words in Me for the cost of postage - it's 128 pages paperback and you can download the first 20 pages here Words in Me Details

This is my own publishing company. There is a Paypal link on the site but that's for full price, so send me an e-mail and I'll send you a special paypal link for the postage costs depending on where it has to be sent.

by the way the blogger account I used to sign in is no longer active but I couldn't sign in without a blogger account - my blog is a Wordpress blog at Skint Writer

3:07 PM  
Blogger Beau Blue said...

Tell me where to send it and I'll mail you a copy of 'in the Electric Shadows' to add to the pool.


8:40 AM  
Blogger Jude Goodwin said...

Wow - excellent response! Hooray for chapbooks and hooray for poets.

My mailing address is
The Waters : Box 8
41449 Government Road
Squamish BC Canada V8B 0G4

But please, this is for Beau only. We are happy to purchase -


9:51 AM  
Blogger Bournemouth Runner said...

Three Pamphlets is available from Lulu, at
and brings together 3 pamphlets. Good, eh? e-versions of two of them can be found at

All the best

11:58 PM  
Blogger michi said...

apples for adam is available through foothills publishing.

i would have sent you a signed copy, but have run out of copies. :(


12:17 PM  
Blogger michi said...

i'll soon have more copies of the chapbook, so i could send a signed copy after all. m

8:15 AM  
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3:52 AM  
Blogger Dave Ruslander said...

Hello Jude-

Sandi Blakemore-Baig sent me an email about your blog on 10/27/2006 just after we'd had a long phone conversation. We had known each other for several years as poets and as people with bipolar disorder. If you weren't aware, Sandi, committed suicide on Sunday, 10/29/2006. There is a memorial thread at The Critical Poet that you may add your thoughts to.

Sandi had a copy of my book and felt that the poetry was spot on in describing the swinging cycles of emotion a bipolar must endure throughout their lifetime.

Please visit to see samples and reviews of my book, Voices in My Head.

Dave Ruslander

9:50 AM  
Blogger Alan said...

My chapbook Transfer is available via paypal from and

7:15 PM  
Blogger Deborah P Kolodji said...

My chapbook, "unfinished book," is available from Shadow Poetry:

For something completely different, I also have a chapbook of science fiction haiku called "Red Planet Dust":

4:17 PM  

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