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Jeanne Leiby Memorial Chapbook
2016 Chapbook Winner
The fifth annual chapbook — The Persistence of Rivers, by Alison Townsend — is now available for $15 from our new publishing partner, Burrow Press.
2015 Chapbook Winner
2014 Chapbook Winner
The third annual chapbook — The Rug Bazaar, by Marylee Mcdonald — is now available for $12. Purchase with our Chapbook Order Form.
2013 Chapbook Winner
The second annual chapbook — A Year of Silence, by Polly Buckingham — is now available for $12. Purchase with our Chapbook Order Form.
2012 Chapbook Winner
The first annual chapbook — Rubia, by Patricia Grace King —
now available for $12. SOLD OUT!