Highly personal prose poems reminiscent of dramatic monologues, as well as shorter lyric fragments,
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.
The third full-length collection from physician and poet Jenna Le blends traditional form and the current moment.
Headless John the Baptist Hitchhiking
The coming-of-age chronicle of a queer Latinx Southerner.
Poet and playwright Dan O'Brien chronicles the year and a half during which both he and his wife were treated for cancer.
Persephone in the Late Anthropocene
Through lyric verse, magical-realist prose poems, and speculative crypto-studies of the Anthropocene, this ecopoetic collection explores both environmental crisis and the nature of story itself.
The Tilt Torn Away from the Seasons
This poetry collection imagines a human mission to Mars, a consequence of Earth’s devastation from climate change and natural disaster.