News Of The Haircut  || Peter Berghoef 
Originally published in 2007.
Republished in 2013 as part of the Greying Ghost Archive Series (#1)
Note on the archived edition:”News of the Haircut helped blast Greying Ghost from the womb with both fists clenched. There was no way I could start the archive series with anything other than the poems of Peter Berghoef. Reading over these poems once again I remember the salad days. I remember the excitement of that first chapbook, the uncharted territory that would unfurl itself these six years hence. I am excited once again.”
From 2007: ”The debut chapbook from Peter Berghoef. News of the Haircut appears out of nowhere, asks you sit at its table, pours you a glass of cold water, and recounts the illustrious events of its life. This sly half-smile from Holland, Michigan is just a stepping stone. Some of the best poems i’ve read in a good long while. You will be hearing from him again and again for years to come.”
Archived Edition printed in an edition of 50 hand numbered copies on high quality text weight paper and repurposed cover papers. 
$5.00 USA // $8 WORLD
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News Of The Haircut  || Peter Berghoe

Originally published in 2007.

Republished in 2013 as part of the Greying Ghost Archive Series (#1)

Note on the archived edition:”News of the Haircut helped blast Greying Ghost from the womb with both fists clenched. There was no way I could start the archive series with anything other than the poems of Peter Berghoef. Reading over these poems once again I remember the salad days. I remember the excitement of that first chapbook, the uncharted territory that would unfurl itself these six years hence. I am excited once again.”

From 2007: ”The debut chapbook from Peter Berghoef. News of the Haircut appears out of nowhere, asks you sit at its table, pours you a glass of cold water, and recounts the illustrious events of its life. This sly half-smile from Holland, Michigan is just a stepping stone. Some of the best poems i’ve read in a good long while. You will be hearing from him again and again for years to come.”

Archived Edition printed in an edition of 50 hand numbered copies on high quality text weight paper and repurposed cover papers. 

$5.00 USA // $8 WORLD

Click here to order!

Least by Jon Cone

"Jon Cone must pluck his poetic lines from mountain tops. He must store them in burlap and trek for days on end to his base of operations in the Iowa territory. Maybe nights pass. Libations are perhaps, drunk. Work days  c r a w l  to an end. Maybe a month passes. A year, even. What we are left with is Least - the catalog, the journal - the chronicler of this spent time. Pick it up and Least will linger to your hands like woodsmoke. Every line will threaten your breath-taking. Reading Least won’t make you rich, but then again, it will.”

5.75 x 7.75 chapbook. Letterpress covers. Laser printed endpaper. Printed on high quality #24 copy paper in a limited edition of 120 hand numbered copies.

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Plus or Minus by Weston Cutter

"Reading Plus or Minus is like reading a letter written by a brother you never knew. These poems are infuriated by stillness. They are happening right now, yet will never seem outdated. If you shut the blinds and turn off the fan you can hear its dogs barking in the distance. Maybe a river of middle aged women spills out of a flatbed truck. Maybe every night the moon explodes, hence the sun. I don’t know. And just who is this Weston Cutter guy, anyway? Where has he been hiding? When do we all get to buy him a beer in some dusty bar on the edge of town?”

5.5 x 8.5 chapbook. Collaged, block and hand-stamped covers. Recycled map endpaper. Printed on high quality #24 copy paper in a limited edition of 90 hand numbered copies.

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Pretend You’ll Do It Again by Josh Russell
Josh Russell’s Pretend… proves that one can write a thousand word novel. These thirteen stories, some quick, others controlled bits of sprawls, do what great prose is supposed to do: they pick you up by your shirt collar and plop you down in a barber shop mid shave, or on a dare, rural Georgia. His words will beckon you and their lasting images will haunt the furthest recesses of your head. Get this. Get this now. 
7 x 9 chapbook. 122# heavy cover paper. Hand stamped and printed. Repurposed maps throughout. Printed and bound in an edition of 90. 
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$7.50 usa/canada
$9.50 world
ORDER HERE: http://www.greyingghost.com/pretend.html

Pretend You’ll Do It Again by Josh Russell

Josh Russell’s Pretend… proves that one can write a thousand word novel. These thirteen stories, some quick, others controlled bits of sprawls, do what great prose is supposed to do: they pick you up by your shirt collar and plop you down in a barber shop mid shave, or on a dare, rural Georgia. His words will beckon you and their lasting images will haunt the furthest recesses of your head. Get this. Get this now. 

7 x 9 chapbook. 122# heavy cover paper. Hand stamped and printed. Repurposed maps throughout. Printed and bound in an edition of 90. 

photos here

$7.50 usa/canada

$9.50 world

ORDER HERE: http://www.greyingghost.com/pretend.html

In Lieu of Hartshorn // Travis Brown
"Each poem, each line, each word provides a keyholed glimpse into the dusty attics of Travis Brown’s mind where flecks of tenderness grow mean and the old women splitting wet wood might just crack you a smile. "Hartshorn" is both the mountain troubadour traipsing through hell and the zeppelin that refuses to crash down on Jersey. Get it now or be left behind." 
Sample: http://anti-poetry.com/anti/browntr/
4.5x11 chapbook with repurposed map covers. Printed on high quality 24# copy paper. Assembled, bound, and fawned over 90 times.
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In Lieu of Hartshorn // Travis Brown

"Each poem, each line, each word provides a keyholed glimpse into the dusty attics of Travis Brown’s mind where flecks of tenderness grow mean and the old women splitting wet wood might just crack you a smile. "Hartshorn" is both the mountain troubadour traipsing through hell and the zeppelin that refuses to crash down on Jersey. Get it now or be left behind." 

Sample: http://anti-poetry.com/anti/browntr/

4.5x11 chapbook with repurposed map covers. Printed on high quality 24# copy paper. Assembled, bound, and fawned over 90 times.

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