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Little Red Leaves Textile Series is a tiny press with a mission to publish innovative writing in delightful little packages. 

Andrew K. Peterson gives Little Red Leaves a shout-out


a chapbook series by little red leaves

Andrew K. Peterson gives Little Red Leaves a shout-out

Dawn Pendergast

LRLTS would like to thank Andrew K. Peterson for giving Little Red Leaves a shout-out in his interview with The Offending Adam. Mentioned in particular: Mairéad Byrne’s Lucky and Sarah Mangold’s An Antennae Called the Body

Excerpted below. For the full interview, please go to The Offending Adam

AW: As this is part of our chapbook special and as a way to conclude the interview, are any chapbooks or chapbook presses that you’ve found particularly interesting lately?

AKP: I’m currently in love with Little Red Leaves. I think they have a wonderful sense of material (in the work they choose to publish, and the physical aspects of their book-making). I like how they integrate and present their web-based content (e-books & journals), and also produce beautifully handmade, sewn chapbooks from recycled fabrics. Two particular favorites from the 2011 LRL Textile Series are Mairéad Byrne’s Lucky and Sarah Mangold’sAn Antennae Called the Body