Founded in 2018, Monday Night Press publishes chapbooks of poetry and prose by past contributors to the online journal, Monday Night (2001-2021). Each chapbook is produced in a limited quantity with a hand-stitched spine.
See our Catalog for a full list of chapbooks available for purchase.
Jessica Wickens (editor-in-chief) is a founding member of Monday Night and a poet whose work appeared in many online and offline spaces. For the past fifteen years, she has generated correspondence poetics with a network of poets including co-authoring with Della Watson the collection Everything Reused in the Sea: The Crow & Benjamin Letters from Mission Cleaners Books. Her chapbook Things That Trust Us was published by Beard of Bees. She studied at the University of Chicago and California College of the Arts and is currently based in Richmond, CA.
Sharon McGill (design & production), is also a founding member of Monday Night. Her fiction and book reviews have appeared in Opium, New Letters, Harpur Palate and numerous other venues. She lives, writes, draws, and designs in Washington, DC, and her website is sharonmcgill.com.
Valerie Witte (copyeditor) is the author of multiple poetry and hybrid books, including A Rupture in the Interiors (Airlie, 2023), a game of correspondence (Black Radish, 2015), and, in collaboration with Sarah Rosenthal, The Grass Is Greener When the Sun Is Yellow (Operating System, 2019), the first of a two-part project exploring the work of postmodern dancer-choreographers Simone Forti and Yvonne Rainer. The second book in the project, a collection of experimental essays, is One Thing Follows Another (punctum books, 2024). She currently edits education books in Portland, OR, where she lives with her husband, Andrew. More at valeriewitte.com.