Week 45 Chapbook Chart 2018 – Robin Helweg-Larsen

Sampson Low’s latest chapbook Rogues and Roses flirts with love, lovers and love affairs. Head into the ambiguities of love affairs and enjoy these poems by a dozen of the finest formal poets writing today including A.E. Stallings, Ann Drysdale, Brian Allgar, Chris O’Carroll, Daniel Galef, Edmund Conti, Gail White, George Simmers, Jerome Betts, John Beaton, Marcus Bales and series editor Robin Helweg-Larsen. Within its pages you may even be an answer to the question “What is love?” Or maybe not…

Robin Helweg-Larsen is British-born but Bahamian-raised. His chapbook “Calling The Poem” is available as a free download from Snakeskin Poetry Webzine, issue 236. He edits Sampson Low’s “Potcake Chapbooks – Form in Formless Times” series from his home in Governor’s Harbour on Eleuthera.

1 (New entry) Rogues and Roses – A.E. Stallings, Ann Drysdale, Brian Allgar, Chris O’Carroll, Daniel Galef, Edmund Conti, Gail White, George Simmers, Jerome Betts, John Beaton, Marcus Bales, Robin Helweg-Larsen  (Sampson Low, 2018)

2 (1) A Chapbook Of Poems – Prince Unsworth (Independently published, 2017)

3 (4) In Service of Slaughter – John Baltisberger (Madness Heart Press, 2018)

4 (3) Creance; or, Comest Thou Cosmic Nazarite – Andrew E. Colarusso and Matthew Shenoda (Northwestern University Press, 2019)

5 (2) The History of Mr. Fantom: The New Fashioned Philosopher and His Man William – Hannah More (Curiosmith, 2016)

6 (6) Resistencia: Writing Across Borders – Jessica Helen Lopez, Lillian McDonald, Elias Velasquez (Independently published, 2018)

7 (7) The Cows – Lydia Davis (Sarabande Books, 2011)

8 (5) Purity of Aim: The Book Jacket Designs of Alvin Lustig Ned Drew and Paul Sternberger (RIT Press, Sept. 2010)

9 (9) Puro Amor  – Sandra Cisneros (Sarabande Books, 2018)

10 (10) Dark Matter – Valkyriekerry Kelly (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018)

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