Third of Three
by Weston Cutter
Alright, quick shameless promo stuff: this year’s been fairly good on the chapbook front. There’s +/- from Greying Ghost, which is still available (and, sincerely, is beautiful: as object, the thing’s just great, literally wrapped in maps). There’s (0,0) from Floating Wolf Quarterly, which series is run by the badass Christopher Louvet and which pairs chapbooks between emerging and established writers, and my thing’s lucky enough to keep company with BHicok’s Exuberance. And now there’s this.
What that is is my new chapbook from New Michigan Press/DIAGRAM, and it’s called All Black Everything which, yes, is a title lifted from a Jay-Z song, and which, like the book of stories, features a cover by the great Michael Wille. I believe copies of this are shipping now presently. I just got my copies and this thing’s gorgeous, maybe the thing I’m most proud of, publishing-wise. Anyway, back to regularly scheduled book-reviewing soon, but here’s the other side of this stuff.