FTP Chapbooks at Curmudgeon Books

We are very happy to announce that our books will now be sold by Curmudgeon Books. Curmudgeons is a wonderful brick-and-mortar shop in Marley Station Mall, Glen Burnie, Maryland. EC Poetry and Prose, the writing collective founded by the founders of Fallen Tree Press, now has a partnership with Curmudgeon. Many of the wonderful ECPP […]


Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets Book Launch

We are celebrating Jay Hall Carpenter’s Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets with an online book launch on June 29, 2023 via Zoom. This launch is a bit overdue (sorry Jay!) but we are looking forward to the opportunity for Jay to share his work. The launch will be at 7:00 pm EST. We’ll make a Zoom […]


Our next chapbook – Community Not Market

We are so happy to announce that our next chapbook will be Community Not Market by Lacie Semenovich! Lacie has collected a wonderful set of poems. We can’t wait to share her chapbook with you! Here’s a bit more about Lacie: Lacie Semenovich is a poet, fiction writer, and creativity blogger living in Cleveland, Ohio. […]


Coming Soon – Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets by Jay Hall Carpenter

We’re hard at work on our next chapbook, which I think you will love. “Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets” by Jay Hall Carpenter contemplates life, death, love, and artisanship. Through the poems, Jay explores and expands the form of the Shakespearean sonnet. The collection is an homage to the book, 36 Views of Mount Fuji by […]


Our First Book

Fallen Tree Press’s first book, Portraits of Life: An Ekphrastic Anthology, has been released. This chapbook combines the artwork of April M. Rimpo and Elaine Weiner-Reed with poems from some of the top poets in the Maryland-DC-Virginia area, including M. Lee Adamz, Clifford Bernier, Ann Bracken, Pamela Brunell, Angela H. Dale, Scot Ehrhardt, Hiram Larew, […]


Why Fallen Tree?

When I was looking for a name for this press, I tried a lot of approaches to come up with something that would have a meaning to me and make sense in general and that resonated. A friend suggested I look at my own writing for titles to see if anything jumped out at me. […]