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Rabbit House Press is proud to announce these new arrivals to our catalog:

Ahead of the Hounds by Jonelle Fisher

Ahead of the Hounds is a collection of happenings in Midway, a small town in Central Kentucky, as seen through the eyes of one of the doctors there. It takes place between 1959 and 1986. It tells tales of the heartaches and joys that this tight-knit community experienced. The heroes of the story are General Practitioners, Jack Fisher and Ben Roach, who devote their lives to the health and welfare of the townspeople yet manage to keep a spirited sense of humor about themselves and the practice.

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Dancing on the Page, by B. Elizabeth Beck

Read and be soothed. Dancing on the Page is a collection that reminds us of the generational memory power of music—that songs have always helped humans “to remember important stories”, to make sense of our lives by bringing the order of an album (or a manuscript) to our experiences.  As B. Elizabeth Beck moves fluidly through time in these poems, she offers the reader wisdom across the soundtrack of her life.  “Nobody else will ever remember / you. Everyone too consumed / in their own reality…” We are free then—to dance, to deeply feel, to let go what does not serve our song—the wrong husband might just introduce us to the right band." Beck makes an argument for music being the tool through which we most vividly experience memory; here we are reminded that “music makes sense.” 

-Amelia Martens, author of The Spoons in the Grass are There to Dig a Moat 

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On Low Gap Road, by Kyle Robert Alvey

On Low Gap Road is a representation of Kentucky life in the 20th and 21st centuries. Kyle Alvey’s poetry honors a life of simplicity, work, and family. The poet explores aspects of childhood living on a tobacco farm in Appalachia, making the connection between different types of Kentuckians. Their differences, when they are positive, make us stronger. It’s a beautiful
thing to recognize where and who we come from and do our best to keep memories and narratives alive.

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Rabbit House Press is looking forward to sharing this upcoming title!

Bluegrass Sons by Erin Chandler

(preorder your copy today!)

Bluegrass Sons is a true crime family saga set between Lexington, Kentucky, and the desert days and gaudy nights of 1970s Las Vegas, Nevada, with a little El Paso, Guatemala, and Savannah thrown in. The story is about Bradley Bryant, a United States Marine who lived a double life. The FBI labeled him "a one-man crime wave" responsible for the largest gun-running, drug-smuggling network in the United States. His family considered him their rock, his mother's favorite, and a successful Philadelphia businessman. For the first time in forty years, Brad Bryant tells his truth, recording hours of conversations with his niece, Erin Chandler. Bluegrass Sons includes historical testimonies from those who were along for that ride, giving exclusive interviews to Erin Chandler for this book. It's a tale of drugs, arms, assassinations, and espionage where your lies are your life even if you are one of the good guys.



Rabbit House Books


It is our vision with Rabbit House Press to create a publishing company with uncompromising integrity. Setting the highest standards in both content and aesthetics, the objective is to share unique works that promise enduring appeal. We will forever remain passionate about evocative stories which are uniquely American, celebrating the glorious quilt of disparate characters that make up the fabric of our country. It is our pleasure to connect writers with their readers.



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