Saturday, 17 September 2016


Blind Dog Press is pleased to announce the publication of Glenn Cooper's new book of paratactic prose poems, Emancipator.

From the back cover:

In these multi-layered poems Glenn Cooper continues his exploration into the non-linear, mingling quotidian observation, social critique, word-play and off-kilter philosophy to produce a narrative at once non-existent, yet containing multitudes. These poems invite the reader to participate in the construction of meaning.

105 pages.

$20 U.S. postpaid to anywhere in the world.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Praise for Fierce Invalids:

"What a first-rate production and what a great line-up of authors. I am humbled and proud to be included." -- Corey Mesler

"Great cover.  Wonderful contributions between the pages. Honoured to be included. So pleased you put Rimbaud together!" 
- Lea Harper

"That cover is 'beautiful', simply beautiful - it speaks with an essence of Arthur - childlike in the plumpness of face and the innocent but 'knowing' expression. Amazing - a wonderful collaboration!!!"
- Valli Poole

Friday, 4 April 2014

BLIND DOG PRESS is excited to announce the April 4th, 2014 release of Fierce Invalids -- an anthology of poetry and prose honoring the life and work of Arthur Rimbaud.

List of contributors: Keith Abbott, David Barker, Ronald Baatz, Christopher Barnes, William S. Burroughs, Matt Borkowski, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, Glenn W. Cooper, Gregory Corso, Alan Catlin, Eric Dejaeger, Michael Dransfield, Aidan Andrew Dun, Michael Estabrook, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Howie Good, Karl Gallagher, Mark Hartenbach, Lea Harper, Kris Hemensley, Billy Jones, A.J. Kaufman, Samantha Lintern, Gerald Locklin, Ray Liversidge, Corey Mesler, Christopher Mulrooney, David McLean, Karla Linn Merrifield, Ann Menebroker, Catfish McDaris, Shane Neilson, John Olson, Dan Provost, Valli Poole, Heath Row, Jeremy Reed, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, David Roskos, Cam Scott, Barbara Scott-Emmett, Jack Shaw, Stephen Shea, Kevin Spenst, Chris Stroffolino, Robert Sweredo, Ken Trimble, Dana Wilde.

Front Cover Art: Kate Simpson
Back Cover Photograph: Ronald Baatz

114 pages

$22 U.S 

Saturday, 8 March 2014

Bird Standing
by Ronald Baatz

$17 postpaid

"The high art of the short poem has no master more accomplished than Ronald Baatz. The places found in these poems impart a metaphysical geography amazing in scope and imaginative dimension,a sense of how the continents of conscious thought and feeling must have been experienced and known before they drifted apart. This book is stunning. Its visions redeem a world and a language we may have thought were lost. Think again."

 --Michael McClintock President, United Haiku and Tanka Society.

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Submissions for Fierce Invalids: A Tribute To Arthur Rimbaud will now close on January 31st, 2014, brought forward from May. This is due to the overwhelming number of submissions I have received. Better to just close them now and aim for a March release date. Apologies to anyone who was banking on the May deadline.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Another update on the Rimbaud anthology. I'm pleased to report that I have gained permission from the estate of William Burroughs to reprint the 1960 Burroughs/Corso collaboration "Everywhere March Your Head" -- based on Rimbaud's "To A Reason" -- in the anthology. Very exciting news! So if you want to share space with Bill Burroughs and Gregory Corso, send me your best stuff. Submissions to

Friday, 6 December 2013

I have had an overwhelming response to my call for submissions for poetry and prose about/to/inspired by Rimbaud. At this rate I might have to close submissions a little earlier than I had first anticipated. Maybe around March. But at this stage I'll leave it at May 30th.

Poets so far to have work accepted are: AJ Kaufman, Billy Jones, Mike Estabrook, Ken Trimble, Corey Mesler, Jeremy Reed, Howie Good, Alan Catlin, Karl Gallagher, Ann Menebroker, Jacques Higelin, David McLean, Valli Poole, Dan Provost, Keith Abbott, Catfish McDaris, Jack Shaw, Kris Hemensley, Heath Row, Matt Borkowski, Dave Roskos, Michael Dransfield, Rene Char, Lea Harper, Robert Sweredo, Dana Wilde and Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozabal.

Keep em' comin'!