Erika Anderson, Don’t Imagine a Future with Me, chapbook (2015), letterpressed covers, 115 numbered copies. Dimensions: 4.25″x5.5″
ERIKA ANDERSON teaches for the Sackett Street Writers' Workshop and Mercy College. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Vanity Fair, Creative Nonfiction, Buzzfeed Books, Interview Magazine, and has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. She has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and lives in Brooklyn's Crown Heights, where she co-hosts the Renegade Reading Series for emerging writers. Don’t Imagine a Future With Me is her first chapbook for Louffa Press.
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THE TRROUBLE WWITH SUUNDAYYS, chapbook by Jeff Grunthaner (2014). Letterpressed covers, numbered edition of 100. Dimensions: 4.25″x5.5″
JEFF GRUNTHANER is a curator, art-writer and poet based in Brooklyn. You can find his critical and other work in BOMB, Artnet News, Emergency INDEX, Imperial Matters, Hyperallergic, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, and elsewhere. His most recent curatorial project Sight | Site | Cite exhibited at OUTLET Fine Arts in Bushwick, and his chapbook THE TTTROUBLE WWITH SUUNDAAYS was published by Louffa Press in 2014.
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Stacey Levine, He Wanted All Galenans To Know He Was Real, chapbook, letterpressed covers, (2013) numbered edition of 100. Dimensions: 4.25″x5.5″
STACEY LEVINE has written four books of fiction: My Horse and Other Stories (Sun & Moon Press), Frances Johnson (Clear Cut Press), Dra--- (Verse Chorus Press), and The Girl with Brown Fur (Starcherone/Dzanc). A Pushcart Prize nominee and recipient of a Stranger Genius Award for Literature, her fiction has appeared in Fence, Tin House, The Fairy Tale Review, The Washington Review, The Santa Monica Review, Yeti and others. Translations of her fiction have appeared in Danish and Japanese publications.
Mike Topp, Fugitive Pope (2010) letterpressed throughout, chapbook numbered edition of 100. Dimensions: 4.25″x5.5″
MIKE TOPP is the author of Shorts Are Wrong (Unbearable/Autonomedia), Happy Ending (Future Tense Books), and Sasquatch Stories (Publishing Genius). A longtime favorite in the world of adventurous literary magazines and web sites, his short work blurs the lines of poetry, fiction, memoir, and disjointed logic. He lives in Manhattan.
$10.00 includes shipping & handling in the USA. (limited quantities)
David Hoenigman, Shame on You chapbook (2010) letterpressed covers with color photographs by Kawori Inbe, numbered edition of 100. Dimensions: 4.25″x5.5″