Come visit Sweet: A Literary Confection at the AWP conference in San Antonio, Texas. This week, from Wednesday March 4th to Saturday March 7th, Sweet booth #1121 is featuring a variety of chapbooks for purchase, with author signings scheduled throughout the conference.
Our chapbook and broadside lineup this year includes:
Kindling by Lisa Laughlin
The remaining copies of our inaugural 2017 Flash Nonfiction Contest winning chapbook are available for purchase. Get this beautiful book before it’s gone.
Borderlines by Jill McCabe Johnson
Jill McCabe Johnson’s lyric essay, “Borderlines” dives into memory and water. In poetic prose, Johnson fragments a moment in her life, seeking to understand and uncover the innocence of childhood and the dark shadows that ever follow.
All of Us—Sweet: The First Five Years edited by Katherine Riegel
If you’re looking for a great poetry anthology, look no further!
Lady in Ink by R. Claire Stephens
Still our most popular book, Lady in Ink is a mystery, the kind that everyone is trying to solve every minute of their lives: “Why did I do that? Why in God’s name did I do that?”
After the Night, a comic by Jarod Roselló
This comic details a father’s struggle with the demands of raising his little girl. In a heartwarming sketched style, Roselló candidly retells his own experiences and lessons learned on the importance of patience, love, and family.
Body of Starlight by Melissa Carroll
Carroll explores the female body and its connection to the cosmos, shirking conventional ideas of beauty and physicality with sometimes tragic, often witty meditations on Eastern philosophy and Western superficiality. Characterizing womanhood as both supremely divine and hopelessly mortal, Carroll chronicles her experiences, observations, and opinions with intimate detail.
All of these are available in the Sweet Shop online if you can’t make it to San Antonio this year.
New to the Sweet lineup this year – Come check out this Sweet graphic chapbook:
Press Play by Edward Gunawan, illustrated by Elbert Lim
“Press Play” recounts one person’s story of fighting depression and anxiety in simple, elegant prose and black and white images.
Stop by and say hello to us at booth #1121!