Quarterly West 2022 Chapbook Series Launch

Join Quarterly West as we celebrate the launch of our 2022 Chapbook Series, featuring readings by our 2021 Chapbook Contest winning writers and raffle prizes, including free books! TC Tolbert selected Mukethe Kawinzi's SAANENS, NUBIANS, ONE LAMANCHA as winner of QW's 2021 Chapbook Contest, and Alyssandra Tobin's PUT EYES ON ME NOT LIKE A CURSE was selected as Editors' Choice. We can't wait for these fabulously talented writers to read from their exquisite books!

Mukethe Kawinzi herds goats in Santa Cruz, New Mexico. She was a finalist for the Button Poetry Chapbook Contest, the Tiny Fork Chapbook Series Contest, and the New Delta Review Chapbook Contest. Her work has been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology and has appeared in HOBART, Puerto del Sol, and Obsidian, among other journals and magazines.

Alyssandra Tobin was grown on Boston's North Shore. She received her MA from University College Cork, and her MFA from the University of Montana. Her poetry can be found in Bennington Review, Poetry Northwest, Puerto del Sol, New Ohio Review, and elsewhere.