2022 Subscription

2022 Subscription

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Our 2022 Subscription Set!

We couldn't be more excited about our 2022 lineup of books, and now is your chance to sign up to receive the entire set delivered to your doorstep throughout the year. You'll have your copies before they’re available anywhere else. A new book from The Song Cave every other month! You'll never need to leave your house again!

Just in time for the holidays, this subscription is also the perfect gift for your favorite poetry lover, that close friend of yours living far away, or as a thoughtful gift for yourself (no one knows you better). If you order your subscription before December 15th, our first title should even get to you before Christmas.

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 Your subscription will include these six titles:

ABC Moonlight by Ben Estes

Ben Estes lives in Kingston, NY. Before this book, he wrote a book of poems called Illustrated Games of Patience (The Song Cave, 2015). Ben worked as the editor of A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: the poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton (with Alan Felsenthal); Together & Alone, the photographs of Karlheinz Weinberger; and the poetry anthology On The Mesa: An Anthology of Bolinas Writing (The Song Cave, 2021). He has most recently shown his paintings at Situations Gallery and Paula Cooper Gallery, both in NYC. 


Star Lake by Arda Collins

Arda Collins is the author of It Is Daylight (2009), which was awarded the Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The American Poetry Review, A Public Space, Colorado Review, jubilat, and elsewhere. She is a recipient of the Sarton Award in Poetry from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.


The Maybe-Bird by Jennifer Elise Foerster

Jennifer Elise Foerster received her PhD in English and Literary Arts at the University of Denver and her MFA from the Vermont College of the Fine Arts, and is an alumna of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, NM. She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship and was a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Poetry at Stanford. Jennifer is the author of Leaving Tulsa (2013) and Bright Raft in the Afterweather (2018), both published by the University of Arizona PressFoerster grew up living internationally, is of European (German/Dutch) and Mvskoke descent, and is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. She lives in San Francisco.


Seriously Well by Helge Torvund

Helge Torvund was born in Hå, Norway in 1951, and lives with his wife near the coast of South-West of Norway. He has published over two dozen collections of poetry, along with children’s books, essays, and translations. In 1989, he won the Nynorsk Literature Prize and in 2016 was the recipient of the Herman Wildenvey Poetry Award. His children’s book Vivaldi (NYRB, 2019) was included in Flavorwire's 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time. 


Dereliction by Gabrielle Rucker

Gabrielle Rucker is a writer, community arts organizer & literary radio experimentalist from the Great Lakes. In her writing, waking and dream lives, she is interested in the effects and manifestations of solastalgia, layman earth sciences & their intuitive resources, ruins & the practice of ruin-making, as well as ritualistic vengeance/intimacy. Her work has appeared in various media and publications, including the Sundance Film Festival, The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Rumpus, and more. She is a 2020-2021 Poetry Project Emerge-Surface-Be Fellow & and 2016 Kimbilio Fiction Fellow.


Bookworm: Conversations with Michael Silverblatt

Michael Silverblatt, described as “the guy authors go to when they want a serious literary conversation about their work,” is the host of KCRW’s Bookworm, a nationally syndicated radio program showcasing writers of fiction and poetry. Describing his interviews as “conversations,” Silverblatt has hosted hundreds of our most celebrated writers including John Ashbery, Toni Morrison, Susan Sontag, and David Foster Wallace. His formidable knowledge comes from close reading and analysis of a writer's entire oeuvre. As the guiding spirit of this weekly show, Silverblatt has reinvented the art of literary conversation, introducing listeners to new and emerging authors along with writers of renown. He also regularly hosts literary conversations for Lannan Foundation's "Readings and Conversations" series in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 2018, he was the inaugural recipient of A Public Space's Deborah Pease Prize, awarded to a figure who has advanced the art of literature. With more than three decades' worth of shows, Bookworm has become one of the best centers to hear the voices of contemporary writing, any time, anywhere, locally and globally via the Internet.