[dropcap]E[/dropcap]ncircle Publications is celebrating its 20th year of publishing poetry (1,300+ poets) in the Aurorean! Since 2011 we have been honored to publish fine chapbooks through our Chapbook Contest and our Open Reading periods. Next month, we will publish three chapbooks simultaneously: Pieces of Life Between Latitudes by New Hampshire’s John T. Hitchner, Marking the Bend by New Mexico’s Steve Ausherman, and When the Poetry’s Gone by Maine’s own Gus Peterson. Many thanks to Ted Bookey for his rave recommendation of Gus’ chapbook. You can read more recommendations for and order these fine chapbooks here:[button link=”http://encirclepub.com/product/when-the-poetrys-gone-by-gustav-peterson/” color=”default” size=”small” target=”_self” title=”When the Poetry’s Gone” gradient_colors=”,” gradient_hover_colors=”,” border_width=”1px” border_color=”” text_color=”” shadow=”yes” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]When the Poetry’s Gone[/button][button link=”http://encirclepub.com/product/marking-the-bend-by-steve-ausherman/” color=”default” size=”small” target=”_self” title=”Marking the Bend” gradient_colors=”,” gradient_hover_colors=”,” border_width=”1px” border_color=”” text_color=”” shadow=”yes” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Marking the Bend[/button][button link=”http://encirclepub.com/product/pieces-of-life-between-latitudes/” color=”default” size=”small” target=”_self” title=”Pieces of Life Between Latitudes” gradient_colors=”,” gradient_hover_colors=”,” border_width=”1px” border_color=”” text_color=”” shadow=”yes” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Pieces of Life…[/button]