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  • n. Plural form of chapbook.


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  • The thing about these chapbooks is that you can only get them from me if you come see me at a convention.

    Sunken Treasure

  • When I picked up my chapbooks from the printer, I had the same happiness and sense of fulfillment that I had when Dancing Barefoot first arrived at my house almost exactly three years ago.

    In Exile

  • There are in fact two "chapbooks", one for Monster Island and one for Monster Nation.

    MONSTER NATION by David Wellington (Thunder's Mouth 2004)

  • At 35, Javier is the author of two full-length poetry books and four "chapbooks" (short books of poetry).

    Queens Tribune

  • In some ways, it's like the early days of the Gutenberg revolution, when authors published short manuscripts and "chapbooks," and everything in between. -- Top News

  • Maybe I need some merch or chapbooks or something.

    Emerald City Abides | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • According to her Web site, she is the author of 19 fiction and nonfiction books, eight chapbooks and two translations of classical plays.

    Kelly Cherry named Va. poet laureate

  • Only heroic fantasy or sword-and-sorcery stories published in magazines, e-zines, literary journals, anthologies or chapbooks that have an editorial process are eligible for nomination.

    The Rules*

  • We often work through their English curriculum on bilingual poetry chapbooks pocket-size booklets or short stories or oral histories.

    Nurturing Students as Writers

  • They were tiny, the size of poetry chapbooks, easy to hide or jettison if necessary.

    Day of Honey


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