Friday, March 28, 2014

TORNADO WATCH: 9 EARLY POEMS, A Red Shuttleworth Chapbook

Tornado Watch

9 Early Poems

Red Shuttleworth

Tornado Watch presents nine Red Shuttleworth poems published between 1970 and 1980:

Wee Joe's Theory
A House with Carved and Painted Shutters
Sometimes I Am Lucky
The Boxer on Canvas
The Bullpen Catcher Considers His Condition
Tornado Watch
The Small Rustle
Black Cinders

The poems in Tornado Watch first appeared, decades ago, in the Chicago Tribune Magazine (Marcia Lee Masters, poetry editor), Poetry Now (E.V. Griffith, editor), Road Apple Review (Doug Flaherty, editor), Snapdragon (Ron McFarland, editor), Southwest Review (Margaret Hartley, editor), The Texas Review (Paul Ruffin, editor), and The White Elephant.

Published in a limited edition by Bunchgrass Press, Red Shuttleworth's Tornado Watch is out of print.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

ENVOY: A Chapbook Poetry Anthology


a chapbook poetry anthology featuring:

Tom Clark

Dave Kelly

Red Shuttleworth

Envoy is published in a limited (44 copies) edition by Bunchgrass Press.  To acquire a copy of Envoy, correspond with one of the three included poets.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

PAMPHLET (THREE POEMS): A Red Shuttleworth Chapbook


Three Poems

Red Shuttleworth

Pamphlet, a Red Shuttleworth chapbook published by Bunchgrass Press in a limited edition, features two significantly revised poems from 2011 (Red-Eye Flight and Tattered Edge of Town), plus a new poem (A Shrub... a Shelter Tree).

Columbia Basin, Washington
(between Moses Lake and Ephrata-Soap Lake)