Week 13 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Kil Conor

It’s Called a Heart – “Horror has no preference for gender or sexual orientation. On these pages, I’ve written some poetry perhaps, although it doesn’t rhyme. In fact, I don’t know that it’s poetry at all, more scattered thoughts. Fantasies of the deranged mind. Enjoy.” KC. (2nd week at No.1)

Kil Conor writes short vulgarities, poetic atrocities and tales of the most unfortunate. He also enjoys pie.

New entries – The List of Dangers by Maggie Smith (No.3), Hard Rain by Tony Hoagland (No.9) and Over The Skin by Carole Bulewski (No.10).

Leading publisher –Sampson Low (3 entries).

Leading author – Oscar Wilde (2 publications)

TOP TEN UK CHAPBOOKS

1 (1) It’s Called a Heart – Kil Conor (Skelly Road, 16 Mar. 2017)

2 (2) Venus as a Boy – Marcus Wratton and Dimitra Petsa (Sampson Low Ltd, 27 Feb. 2017)

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

4 (5) Poems for Political DisasterTimothy Donnelly, Bk Fischer, Stefania Heim and Matt Lord (Boston Review, 20 Jan. 2017) 

5 (6) On The Kitchen Table From Which Everything Has Been Hastily Removed – Olena Kalytiak Davis (Hollyridge Press, 1 July 2009)

6 (3) Levels – Far Awayaa, Sogol Sur and Joe Caplin (Sampson Low Ltd, 27 Feb. 2017)

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

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

9 (-) Hard Rain – Tony Hoagland (Hollyridge Press, 20 Oct. 2005)

10 (-) Over The Skin – Carole Bulewski  (Sampson Low Ltd, 17 Nov 2015)

 

 

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