MOON JELLY HOUSE
small-run chapbooks from diverse authors
Founded in 2020, Moon Jelly House is a partnership publishing house based out of Edmonton, Alberta. At Moon Jelly House our goal is to publish diverse, emergent, marginalized writers in short-run chapbooks. We pride ourselves on gathering diverse perspectives and giving a platform to writers who have had to fight, push, and breathe heavy to make space for their essential stories.
We are currently looking at publishing two to three chapbooks from new Canadian poets in 2020.
Nisha (she/her) is the City of Edmonton's Poet Laureate and Canadian Individual Poetry Slam Champion. She is the Executive Director of the Edmonton Poetry Festival, Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund Award Recipient, and finalist of the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word. Her chapbooks, Water, Limited Success (Glass Buffalo) and I See You have been sold across the world. Her debut book, COCONUT, is forthcoming with Newest Press.
MATTHEW JAMES WEIGEL
Matthew (he/him) is a Dënesųłiné and Métis poet and artist pursuing an MA in English at the University of Alberta. His words and art have been published by people like Book*Hug and The Mamawi Project, while his first self-published chapbook “…whether they took treaty or not, they were subject to the laws of the Dominion” is held in Bruce Peel Special Collections.
Katherine (she/her) is a writer and high school English teacher of Phoenician descent. Her stories have been published conventionally in The Antigonish Review, untethered, and Glass Buffalo magazine, as well as unconventionally through EIA’s Short Story Dispenser and on the labels of Blindman Brewing’s Super Session and Super Mild ale.