Thursday, April 23, 2015


Lanterns Searching Night

40th Anniversary Edition

poems 1971-1975

Red Shuttleworth

Long out-of-print, Red Shuttleworth's second poetry chapbook, Lanterns Searching Night, originally published in 1975 by Barry McKinnon's Caledonia Writing Series, at College of New Caledonia (Prince George, B.C., Canada), featured poems first published in Blackberry, Casaba, Confrontation, Dacotah Territory, Funge Art Centre Broadsheets (Ireland), The Honest Ulsterman (Ireland), North Country Anvil, Poet Lore, Poetry Now, and Road Apple Review.

Lanterns Searching Night, a 40th Anniversary Edition (with some reworking of a few poems by Red Shuttleworth), is now available in a limited edition from Bunchgrass Press.

The original 1975cover of Red Shuttleworth's
Lanterns Search Night

Included in the 40th Anniversary Edition of Red Shuttleworth's Lanterns Searching Night are the following poems:

Advice for 'Of the Half Moon'
Dag Hammarskjold Flies Over His Crucifixion Vision
What is Heard
The Virgin Mother
A Poem Written in Paddy Devlin's Living Room....
Lanterns Searching Night
A Way to Travel
Who Wants a Marble Angel....
I Hope It's Only Practice
A Flower Breaks for Sunlight....
A Logging Truck Wrecks My Car....
Dead Lynx off a Trapline
A Prayer for Night

Bran Shuttleworth, Irish Wolfhound,
near MacKenzie, B.C., Canada,
Winter 1974-1975

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

GHOST WINDOW, A Red Shuttleworth Poetry Chapbook

Ghost Window

four poems

Red Shuttleworth

Ghost Window, a Red Shuttleworth chapbook published in a limited edition by Bunchgrass Press, presents four poems:

A Door is Going to Open

Lack of Grasp: Furnished Rooms... Weekly Rates

Platter of Almost-Sunrise

On Track

Red Shuttleworth

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Barbara Brinson Curiel, DAYS OF THE DEAD, A Bunchgrass Press Chapbook

Days of the Dead

Barbara Brinson Curiel

Bunchgrass Press is proud to publish (in a limited edition) a new one-poem chapbook Barbara Brinson Curiel, Days of the Dead. 

Curiel's Mexican Jenny was the 2012 recipient of the Philip Levine Prize for Poetry... honored by Fresno State University with book publication by Anhinga Press in 2014.

Barbara Brinson Curiel