Poets Wear Prada is a poetry publishing house with excellent poets and affordable books with beautiful covers. Have you had your poetry today?--Meredith Sue Willis, Books for Readers * * * Stylistically, these beautifully designed and produced chapbooks bear their own distinctive signature.--Linda Lerner, SMALL PRESS REVIEW

Saturday, April 6, 2024

The Rainbow Book Fair 2024

The Annual Rainbow Book Fair, the largest LGBTQ book event in the world, now in its twelfth year, will take place Saturday, April 20, 2024, from noon to 6 PM, at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center, 208 W 13th Street, west of 7th Avenue in New York’s Greenwich Village. 

Poets Wear Prada is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this year’s fair.  We will be tabling with our friends from Brownstone Poets, Eggplant Press, and Crown Rock Media. Please stop by, browse and shop our books, meet our authors and the editors, and say hello! .

Admission is free, but a suggested donation of $5 is welcome at the door. .
The RBF brings more than 100 exhibitors and more than 1500 authors, agents, editors, publishers, and LGBTQ book lovers of all sorts together for full schedule of panels, book readings, an all-day Poetry Salon, and conversations. Special Featured Readers include Felice Picano, Torrey Peters, Samra Habib, and Andrea Lawlor. Panels include How to Get Published, The Male Muse Anthology at 50+, and Politics as Experience, Experience as Politics. 

For more information: www.rainbowbookfair.com. Or, contact is by email: rainbowbookfair123@gmail.com.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Publication Announcement: Good Housekeeping by Bruce E. Whitacre

Good Housekeeping by Bruce E. Whitacre
Good Housekeeping
by Bruce E. Whitacre
Poets Wear Prada: April 1, 2024
ISBN-13: 978-1-946116-27-7
Paperback: 56 pages
Price: $18 (unsigned); $20 (signed)

April is National Poetry Month, and Jack Cooper and Roxanne Hoffman of Poets Wear Prada are delighted to kick off their press’s celebration with the April 1st release of the new poetry collection Good Housekeeping, Bruce E. Whitacre’s “joyful and precise exploration of the queer domestic” [JASON SCHNEIDERMAN, author of Hold Me Tight]. 

The book is immediately available for next day delivery from Amazon.  

Copies will also be available for purchase and signing at the following in-person events: Sunday, April 7th, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, Literary Sundays Reading Series at Victorian House, Friends of Maple Grove Cemetery, Intersection of Lefferts Blvd and Kew Gardens Road in Kew Gardens; and Saturday, April 20th, noon to 6 pm, The Rainbow Book Festival at the LGBTQ Community Center, 208 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011.

Bookstores and other retailers can contact Ingram to order copies. 

Libraries and schools may contact the publisher directly.