Publication Announcements!

by Jen Tynes

We are so happy to announce some newly-forthcoming publications! In early 2016, Horse Less Press will be publishing the following chapbooks:

Burnout Paradise by Christine Bettis

Habitat by Cassandra de Alba

Answering Machine by Daniela Olszewska

and in summer of 2016, we will be publishing the full-length book Ic by Serena Chopra.

Christine Bettis is a writer living in Las Vegas where she is pursuing her MFA in Poetry at UNLV. She is from Detroit.

Serena Chopra is a PhD candidate at the University of Denver in Creative Writing. She is the author of Ic (Horse Less 2016), This Human (Coconut Books 2013) and the chapbooks Livid Season (Free Poetry 2012) and Penumbra (Flying Guillotine 2012). She is a dancer with the modern dance company, Evolving Doors Dance, and was a 2011-2013 resident artist at the RedLine art gallery in Denver. She currently teaches at Naropa University and the University of Denver.

Cassandra de Alba’s work has appeared in Drunken Boat, Illuminati Girl Gang, Vector Press, The Nervous Breakdown, and Anti-, among other publications. She has competed in several National Poetry Slams and currently runs the Tumblr for the Boston Poetry Slam, whose follower count is directly connected to her sense of self-worth. She lives in an apartment called the Feral Bitch Palace in Medford, MA.

Daniela Olszewska is the author of four books of poetry, including cloudfang : : cakedirt (Horse Less Press, 2012) and Citizen J (Artifice Books, 2013). She self-identifies as a Chicagoan.