‘7 Years’ Available Now!

For a little while now I’ve been working with Ginninderra Press on a new release – it’s a small collection for their new series ‘Pocket Poets’ – which features slender chapbooks comprising around 20 poems, with each title featuring a single poet. My entry to the series (#37) is called 7 Years and is something of a mini ‘selected works’.


For 7 Years I drew out a handful of poems from each of my preexisting collections and included a few uncollected pieces at the end too. It was enormous fun to put together! I love the idea of the Pocket Poets, it’s a great way to sample the work of a poet at an ace price and the neat ‘regular’ envelope size makes it so easy to ship!


Once again, I’d like to thank Stephen and also Brenda for being so fantastic to work with and putting together a great release!

7 Years (and a lot of other great pocket poet titles) is available for $4 via Paypal at the Ginninderra website or by contacting me right here 🙂

9 responses to “‘7 Years’ Available Now!”

  1. I have been seeing some of these at Poetry in the Pub where I perform. It’s a good idea.

    1. I love it too! The size is very portable and the ‘sample’ aspect seems a really friendly way for a reader to check out a poet.

      1. Might have to get some poems together 😀

        1. Yes! I’d love to read it 🙂

  2. Ash,
    sounds very great

    I went to the site but couldn’t say if they would ship to Israel
    or how much extra tip I should leave.

    You have my email, contact me when you have the time.

    1. Dhyan! Thank you (and for the reblog) 🙂
      I’ll shoot you an e-mail tomorrow, that would be wonderful

  3. Reblogged this on Utopian Fragments and commented:
    This is super offer
    an introduction for Ashley Capes for only 4$
    how can you refuse?

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