Week 34 UK Chapbook Chart 2016

Holy_ocean_blueHoly Ocean Blue by Tyler Rebik is the new Number 1 on the UK Chapbook Chart. “A first-time chapbook that reveals the author’s deep love for one of the most beautiful and unforgiving bodies on Earth”.
New entries this week include Soul of Man Under Socialism by Oscar Wilde at  No.7 and Don’t Tell Anyone by Tony Hoagland at No.10.
The leading publisher accolade is shared between Hollyridge Press, Sampson Low and Pluto Press, each has 2 entries in the top 10.
Both Oscar Wilde and Tony Hoagland have braces of chapbooks in the top flight making them our leading authors.

1 (2) Holy Ocean Blue – Tyler Rebik (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 28 Sept. 2015)

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

3 (1) Hard Rain – Tony Hoagland (Hollyridge Press, 20 Oct. 2005)

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

5 (6) Dreamtime Reflections – Francesca Albini (Sampson Low Ltd, 27 Nov 2015)

6 (3) Ballad of Reading Gaol – Oscar Wilde (Pluto Press, 29 Jun 1978)

7 (-) Soul of Man Under Socialism – Oscar Wilde (Pluto Press, 1 Jan 1987)

8 (9) Poems From The Boreen – Tom O’Brien (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition, 9 July 2016)

9 (10) Band-Aid Warriors Through The Mists Of Time – Christopher Josephs (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 23 Jun. 2016)

10 (-) Don’t Tell Anyone – Tony Hoagland (Hollyridge Press, 1 Aug. 2014)

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