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We proudly represent artists Rhett L. Beck and Melanie Sunbeam Smith.  
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NEW AND RECENT TITLES FROM BROADSTONE BOOKS:
APPEARING AT THE
JANE CHANCELLOR MOORE  GALLERY:

This site is dedicated to the memory of Jane Chancellor Moore.
Click here to visit her tribute page.
Click here or on the image of the art
work to learn more about this show  
and upcoming events at the gallery.
ART
IN THE
WINNER'S
CIRCLE IX

Annual Student Art Show
Works selected from the
Kentucky Derby Museum
"Horsing Around with Art"

March 4 - May 3, 2014
Click here or on the images of the books to
learn more about these publications and all
of our other Broadstone Books titles.
                           WHAT'S NEW AT BROADSTONE MEDIA

Broadstone author and associate editor Sheila Bucy Potter and publisher Larry Moore were
recently interviewed by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer on her show "Accents" on WRFL.  
Click
here to listen to their interview.

We have added PayPal as a purchasing option for direct book orders!  Click on the "Book
Orders" tab above for more information.

Read an interview with Broadstone author Melody Davis (see her book
Holding the Curve
in new titles below) on the Sage College website:  http://www.sage.edu/spotlight/davis/.  
Melody is an art history professor at the Sage campus in Albany, NY.

Broadstone Books Associate Editor Sheila Bucy Potter's new chapbook
You Can Choose
Your Friends
has arrived from Finishing Line Press, and is available now through
Broadstone Books.  
Click here for more information and a special offer.

The Jane Chancellor Moore Gallery celebrates ten years of art this summer!  Watch for
details of our upcoming anniversary show.

A NOTE ON SUBMISSIONS TO BROADSTONE BOOKS:  We are currently reading for

publication in 2016 and beyond.  We have decided to maintain our open submission policy
for now, however be aware that any work accepted this year is unlikely to appear for
at least a year from acceptance, possibly much longer.  Also, the volume of submissions
we are now receiving makes it impractical for us to comment on most submissions to the
extent we have in the past.  For our full submission policy,
click here.

"Vaqueros/Latitude 13," a dual exhibition by Broadstone-represented artist Rhett L. Beck
is on display now through May at the Lemon Grove Branch Library in Lemon Grove (San
Diego), California.  The show will then move to the Vista Branch Library.  
Check his web
page
for further details.
SEEKING LIGHT:
New and Selected Later Poems

JONATHAN GREENE

"Jonathan Greene is the real thing.  The reader is in
for an extraordinary symphony of pleasure and
insight."      Julia Alvarez
HOLDING THE CURVE
Poems by
MELODY DAVIS

"Quietly these poems take the world on its own
terms."                          Maurice Manning

"These poems shine."        Frederick Smock
SUCCINCT
The Broadstone Anthology
of Short Poems

Edited by
JONATHAN GREENE
& ROBERT WEST

Short poem: Be brief and tell us everything.  
                                  
— Charles Simic
ANY ANXIOUS BODY  
Poetry by
CHRISSY KOLAYA

This impressive debut collection takes on "big" topics -
love, death, family, and especially the plight of working-
class women - with grace and bold originality.

"It left me hearing voices, most of all Kolaya’s own,
one which I’m prepared to follow anywhere."
                                                 Dobby Gibson
RAIN SHADOW
Poetry by
Richard Taylor

This new collection by past Kentucky Poet Laureate
Richard Taylor offers a profound and eloquent
meditation on love and death and all of life in between.

"It is a balm to read this quietly powerful book."
                                                  Maurice Manning

"You cannot travel through its pages unchanged."
                                     Katerina Stoykova-Klemer