cuke.com     cuke bibliography     books by DC

 

 Cuke Press

Click on book titles to go to their page

These books are distributed by Ingram Books


  

The Moneyya Chronicles:
Selected Poems and Musings

by Bhikkhu Moneyya

with original color artwork from Bali

 Amazon link

Published July 2019

Page for this book

 

 

 

small cover

A Brief History of Tassajara: from Native American Sweat Lodges to Pioneering Zen Monastery
by Marilyn McDonald with a foreword and afterword by David Chadwick

Amazon link

Press page with basic description of book.

 Check it out.

Date of publication November 19, 2018

 

 

Three books from DC available from Cuke Press in August, 2019
These three were originally published by Speir Publications which is no more.
Paul Speir got them ready to be Cuke Press books.

 

To Find the Girl from Perth

an illustrated novel  - with songs - set in Western Australia

first published in 2008 by Speir Publications

by DC

Amazon link

 

 

 

 

 

 


Color Dreams for To Find the Girl from Perth

with full page color illustrations
by Andrew Atkeison 
aside quotes from the novel by DC


first published in 2008 by Speir Publications


Amazon link




 

Thanks for the books! THE is great -- have you seen Rory MacBeth's Alphabetical Bible? or the minimal poems of Aram Saroyan? Two of my favorites which this reminds me of. I dig the austerity of the book as well, from the cover to the type. Oh, also check out Craig Dworkin's PARSE. Blow your mind. And Color Dreams, so different, is simply beautiful, a perfect melding of text & image (hard to do well). And Kelly's anthology is simply, well, how can you go wrong a group of poets like that? Thank you so much for reaching out to me. These are superb projects that I'm so happy to live with! - Kenneth Goldsmith - (wikipedia page for Kenneth Goldmith)





 The, the Book

 by DC



first published in 2011 by Speir Publications as The by Chavid Dadwick


Amazon link







Hit them links and check 'em out.

Cuke Press (LLC) was founded by DC with Lawrence Burns, son of Marilyn McDonald in order to publish A Brief History of Tassajara which was compiled from her scrapbook. DC is the Poobah and Lawrence Burns is the treasurer.

 

 

 

printing press engraving of