Eschaton Books began in 1993 as a way to get a wider reach for Brendan Tripp's poetry,
which he'd been self-publishing as "chapbooks" every now and again since getting out
of college. It became evident very quickly that the market for poetry is very
slim, which led Eschaton (following the 1993 Parliament of the World's Religions) to pivot
into the "metaphysical" press it became in its heyday.
The current return to Tripp's poetry sort of "closes the loop" for Eschaton, now issuing new editions of his annual collections (which initially had only appeared in a dozen or so hand-made comb-bound volumes), and re-issues of his old chapbooks (now in perfect-bound editions) via Amazon's "CreateSpace" print-on-demand service.
Click on the covers above to go to the specific pages for each volume!