Monday, July 28, 2014


Troy’s Work Table Publishing is now an official independent publisher of chapbooks.

The first two books scheduled for publication in Fall 2014 include reissues of My Two Melvilles  (originally published in 2010) and All the Heroes Are Dead and Buried (originally published in 2011), both by Troy Kehm-Goins. The first new work scheduled for publication in Fall 2014 is a collection of new poems by Troy Kehm-Goins, This: Black Psalms.


As the "About" section states:

Troy’s Work Table Publishing is an independent publisher of chapbooks.

It all began in 2006, here, with the original Troy’s Work Table blog, which was started as a way for Troy to write review and thoughts about books, art, and beer.

The next step toward Troy’s Work Table Publishing was a private writing workshop, Writing House, in the summer of 2008. Troy and the other eight writers decided to continue on together once the workshop ended, forming a writing collective, Les sardines, and self-publishing their own literary journal Les Sar’zine, as a way to get their writing released into the world.

In addition to being actively involved in the publication of the first five issues of Les Sar’zine, Troy participated in more than one year of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo), was published in the Read Write Poem NaPoWriMo Anthology, read poems at various literary events and open mics throughout the Puget Sound region, self-published poems for National Poem-in-Your-Pocket Day, and produced two chapbooks of his own poetry (My Two Melvilles and All the Heroes Are Dead and Buried).

Now, Troy prepares to publish chapbooks of his own poetry, as well as that of other writers.

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