New Releases

New Releases

Our new releases feature the new cover design. Same as the old cover design only better.

Mari, Lauren, Matt, Kelly, and Karen have proven that the 26 letters of the alphabet they use nurtures syllabic rhizomes to create dazzling words.


The Milky Body · Mari Deweese

With their ravening grace, these blood bright poems call echoes of their kindred – Sappho, Plath, di Prima – not as source but as sisters. Deweese understands the empty spaces between loneliness and desire and the sanctity of flesh as refuge.
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Rotor · Lauren Leja

Lauren Leja is a terrific writer. Her characters inhabit that elastic, kaleidoscopic space between believing that they are good people while all along they are drenched with the backwash of their own decisions.
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Body Bag · Matt Borczon

Body Bag should be required reading for every President and member of Congress considering sending their citizens to war.
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girl in tree bark · Kelly DuMar

In Kelly DuMar’s girl in tree bark, the past, especially the life of the family of origin, acts as a kind of sap that provides nutrients for the photosynthesis that charges the poems.
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Places That Are Gone · Karen Friedland

Karen Friedland’s debut collection marks the long-awaited arrival of a poised, unique poetic voice. Wholly personal, Friedland waves her humanistic wand and conjures a collection of such cherished poetry, each poem reads like an intimate journal entry.
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