Littsburgh is an incredible resource and support system for all things literary in Pittsburgh. They were kind enough to take time out of their busy schedule to talk about our upcoming releases - Ally Malinenko's 'Better Luck Next Year' (LG6) and Jason Irwin's 'A Blister of Stars' (LG7). Read the interview here.
Then check out a sneak peek of Ally Malinenko's 'Better Luck Next Year' here!
Low Ghost Press & Six Gallery Press are
hosting a sizzling summer book party! Join us for a triple launch for
Ally Malinenko’s ‘Better Luck Next Year’ (Low Ghost Press), Jason
Irwin’s ‘A Blister of Stars’ (Low Ghost Press), and John Grochalski’s
‘Wine Clerk’ (Six Gallery Press).
East End Book Exchange 4754 Liberty Ave., Pgh, PA, 15224 Saturday, July 23 7pm BYOB A brief q&a will follow the reading
Ally Malinenko is the author of the poetry collections The Wanting Bone
and How To Be An American (Six Gallery Press) as well as the novel This
Is Sarah (Bookfish Books). She lives in Brooklyn with her husband.
Jason Irwin is the author of Watering the Dead (Pavement Saw Press,
2008), winner of the Transcontinental Poetry Award, and the chapbooks Where
You Are (Night Ballet Press, 2014), & Some Days It's A Love Story
(Slipstream Press, 2005). He has also had work published in Poetry East,
Sycamore Review, Confrontation, and Poetry Ireland Review, among
others. He grew up in Dunkirk, NY, and now lives in Pittsburgh. www.jasonirwin.blogspot.com
John Grochalski is the author of The Noose Doesn’t Get Any Looser After
You Punch Out, Glass City, In The Year of Everything Dying, Starting
with the Last Name Grochalski, and the novel, The Librarian. Grochalski
lives in Brooklyn, where he constantly worries about the high cost of
Low Ghost Press is very excited to announce that we will be publishing
two amazing poetry collections in July - 'Better Luck Next Year' (LG #6)
by Ally Malinenko, and 'A Blister of Stars' (LG #7) by Jason Irwin!! Stay tuned for book launch info soon to follow.
Kristofer Collins is publisher and editor-in-chief of Low Ghost Press, former co-director of the TNY Presents Performance Series, managing editor of The New Yinzer 2005-09. He is the book reviewer for Pittsburgh Magazine. He is the manager of Caliban Bookshop and owner of Desolation Row Records & CDs. A book of his poems entitled “King Everything” was published in 2007 by Six Gallery Press, "The Book of Names" was published by Low Ghost Press in 2008, and “The Liturgy of Streets” was published by Six Gallery Press in 2009. His latest collection, Last Call was published by Speed & Briscoe in 2010.