Minicucci examines masculinity and gun violence as he scrutinizes the grammatical concept of the dual, a number that is neither singular nor plural.


You Shall See the Beautiful Things: A Novel & A Nocturne

Amick’s playful, multilayered novel expansively retells Eugene Field’s famed verse “Wynken, Blynken and Nod.” In the fishing village of Scheveningen in 1889, three men build and secretly launch an unorthodox fishing vessel, which lifts off into the fantastical, flitting between reality and irreality.


Black Avatar and Other Essays

Combining elements of memoir, biography, history, and literary criticism, the eight pieces in this deeply engaging volume reflect the author’s comprehensive studies of the American, European, and Indian traditions.



In this debut poetry collection, a single speaker tries to control her body and negotiate her time with digital devices, all the while navigating identities, impulses, and relationships that are often in tension.


Manatee Lagoon

The third full-length collection from physician and poet Jenna Le blends traditional form and the current moment.