Claudia Castro Luna on PBS Newshour!

Our very own Claudia Castro Luna talks about her poetic grid, developed during her tenure as Seattle Civic Poet. We are so proud to know Claudia and grateful for all she has done in our community. We can’t wait to see what she does next! After you watch her segment on PBS Newshour, check out…

The Great Cover Reveal!

                We are pleased to reveal the covers of our 2017 Floating Bridge Press chapbooks! Our covers were designed by artist Rob Nance for our winning chapbook, Night Watch by Katy E. Ellis, and 2 our finalists, The Meanest Things Pick Clean by Ben Cartwright and Myth of…

2017 Chapbook Competition Results!

(Drum roll please….) Okay Poets, the moment you’ve all been waiting for. But first, whether you submitted or not, we just want to say thank you for your support and interest. We again received more than one hundred submissions from all across Washington State. We feel this year’s submissions were especially strong, start to finish.…

Seattle Civic Poet on Immigration

Today Claudia Castro Luna, author of This City and Seattle Civic Poet, has both a poem and a blog post at The Seattle Review of Books about the experience of being an immigrant.  Thank you, Claudia, for speaking so boldly and loudly.  Check out both her poem and blog post at The Seattle Review of…

Grist: Reviewed by Drizzle

Over at Drizzle Review Rebecca Valley kindly and beautifully reviewed Kate Peterson’s Grist, our 2016 Chapbook Competition winning chapbook. Check out the full review here.   “Though at moments this collection feels fragile, like it is teetering on the edge of collapse, Grist is as much a book about healing as it is about being wounded.…

Cover Reveal: Grist

Drumroll please …. here is the cover for Kate Peterson’s chapbook, Grist. Grist won our chapbook competition this year and the poems inside are just as beautiful as the cover. Check out the covers for The Ark and The Bear and Land of Lists too.  You don’t want to miss out on these chapbooks, so stay…