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As a small poetry press that focuses on handmade chapbooks, real excitement doesn’t come often. It’s too expensive. There are times though when projects get close to market. Times when the shelves of City Lights start to lean toward the Southern New Mexican desert in anticipation of a new Grandma Moses Press title. Times when […]

We are excited to announce our next project is Factory Globe by Jamie O’Connell. We were impressed with her poem on Cacti Fur and now she’s getting her own chapbook. That’s how it works these days. Here’s a snippet of Jamie’s verse and a homemade postcard by me and my 7 year old to go […]

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We are pleased to present our next Poet to Notice: Sreemanti Sengupta We hope you enjoy these 4 haiku as much as we did.   Poet The poet’s house went from verse to verse ~ Love He made love like a fasting dog ~ Conjugal Their marriage was like a clown’s smile ~ Christmas A […]

You need an ACID & MENUDO t-shirt. Be cool, if not cooler, than these white models. We’re not getting rich on this, we’re simply trying to fry your wardrobe. Artwork by the bad-ass, Las Cruces artist, Coy Lowther. Hand lettering by Charlie Boy Ertola. Relive the magic of Johnny Huerta’s folk poetry oddesy with a […]

Grandma Moses Press was founded in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1992. We recently returned home to visit the new National Memorial for Peace and Justice. The memorial is dedicated to the human losses suffered during the era of racial terror lynchings, which swept across the South and beyond in the decades following the abolition of slavery. […]