Ezra_Pound_1Straight into the Number 1 slot this week on the UK Chapbook Chart is Ezra Pound & the de Rachewiltz Family by Mary De Rachewiltz. Our other new entry is from Maggie Smith with The List of Dangers at No.9.  Sampson Low Ltd remain the top publisher with 6 entries in the Top Ten.

1 (-) Ezra Pound & the de Rachewiltz Family: Prose, Poetry & Translations: Volume 16Mary De Rachewiltz (St. Andrews University Press, 28 May 2016)

2 (2) Resilience: 28 Poems for International Nurses Day – Karen Norman (Sampson Low Ltd, 14 May 2016)

3 (1) The Scotch Egg Diet – David Bushell (Sampson Low Ltd, 26 Feb 2015)

4 (4) The Gift: Intuitive Gambling as an Artform – Alban Low & Threshold Festival (Sampson Low Ltd 12 Mar. 2016)

5 (5) Vertical Prose – Peter S Smith (Sampson Low Ltd, 11 Jan 2016)

6 (6) Murmurations – Stella Tripp (Sampson Low Ltd, 21 Dec 2015)

7 (3) Monet Monet Monet – Wayne Sleeth (Sampson Low Ltd, 15 Feb 2016)

8 (7) Hard Rain – Tony Hoagland (Hollyridge Press, 20 Oct. 2005)

9 (-) The List of Dangers – Maggie Smith (Kent State University Press, 20 Jan. 2013)

10 (9) Ballad of Reading Gaol – Oscar Wilde (Pluto Press, 29 Jun 1978)

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2 Responses to Week 26 CHAPBOOK CHART 2016

  1. Ted Wojtasik says:

    Good afternoon, I’m the editor of the chapbook about Ezra Pound & the de Rachewiltz Family. We use the Createspace for printing purposes, but the publisher is the St. Andrews University Press–I made a mistake in creating the ISBN by not purchasing the rights, which I will correctly. Thank you. Dr. Ted Wojtasik


  2. Ted Wojtasik says:

    I’m also curious about how the Ezra Pound & Family chapbook was selected–no so much content as to how the chapbook was located. Thanks, Ted Wojtasik, editor, St. Andrews University Press


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