Camouflage by Stacy Nathaniel Jackson

Camouflage by Stacy Nathaniel Jackson
Cover Art by Mary!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Camouflage release party

We had a great time at the Mama Art Cafe on Mission and Leo Street in the Excelsior District. Light, beautiful space with large tables where Stacy gave an awesome reading from his chapbook. More MaCaHu events being planned, even as we speak. Stay tuned!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Chapbook release party

Come help us celebrate the release of our third title, Camouflage by Stacy Nathaniel Jackson. Stacy will read from the book and sign copies on Sunday September 5 at 5pm at Mama Art Cafe.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Camouflage by Stacy Nathaniel Jackson

We are coming out with MaCaHu chapbook #3 in the middle of July! Stacy's poems and Mary's visual art combined, a beautiful addition to your bookshelf. News about MaCaHu readings coming soon!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Kodiak Herbal, February 2008

Mary did such an amazing job on my book cover. I have had a great time giving readings here and there, selling my chapbook, talking to kindred spirits about poetry. Some of the work in this collection is quite old, and was written when I lived in very remote Alaska from 1996-1999, before I moved to California. My husband Nick worked as a fish culturist for the National Marine Fisheries Service at Alaska's oldest field research station, Little Port Walter. We were on the southern tip of Baranof Island, near a fishing town called Port Alexander. The year-round population at LPW was four humanoids. When my daughter Naomi was born, the population increased to five humanoids. We got our groceries and mail once a week (more seldom in the winter) by float plane. I spent my first winter pregnant, my second with an infant, my third with a toddler. I wrote the poems in order to stay connected to the world around me. And to keep from watching The Shining over & over.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Welcome to MaCaHu Press!

Thanks for visiting our blog. We came up with our name based on the first two letters of each of our given names: MAry (Behm-Steinberg), CAroline (Goodwin) and HUgh (Behm-Steinberg). Each year we publish 1-2 titles by a variety of writers (both sung and not-sung-enough) for your reading pleasure.

We currently have four titles available:

Kodiak Herbal by Caroline Goodwin $10
Two Museums by Paula Cisewski $10
The Great Wheel by Hugh Behm-Steinberg $15
Camouflage by Stacy Nathaniel Jackson $10

More on each title, forthcoming titles, and how you can purchase one or more of these books soon!