Honeybee Press is thrilled to announce the release of our newest title, Pine Street Poets, a new collection of poems from the Pine Street Poets Workshop. The book will be released with a reading and celebration on Saturday, July 11th, 8pm, at the Green Studio, on Pine & Howard streets. $5 admission includes the book, as well as refreshment.
Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver, the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads, and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail, as well as Anthony Locicero, Beal St. George, Sam Hughes, and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire.
First Do No Harm, by Craftsbury author and farmer, Julia Shipley.
WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press, a writers’ cooperative based in Burlington, Vermont and New Orleans, Louisiana. The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high-quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public. This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts: letterpressing, blockprinting, handbinding. In addition to The Salon, we launched a book series in 2011, thanks to a VT Arts Council grant. Since 2010, we’ve published The Salon: A Journal of Poetry & Fiction, a bi-annual magazine of poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, and plays, as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers, handbound with letter-pressed covers. To submit to The Salon, take a look at the guidelines. (submissions are currently OPEN).
Volunteer efforts and financial support are greatly appreciated. If you wish to volunteer or donate to The Salon, please email email@example.com.