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Head Case: My Father, Alzheimer’s & Other Brainstorms now available

Alexis Orgera’s Head Case now available! Order your copy of Head Case here. Check out the book trailer on the author’s website, here. “The utmost in love and witness.” North Carolina writer and publisher Alexis Orgera’s new memoir, Head Case: My Father, Alzheimer’s & Other Brainstorms, is a lyric experiment written in the immediacy of grief during

My Sisters’ Country by Alexis V. Jackson

Philly Poet Debut, A Womanist Mixtape of Multivocal Sister-Songs Alexis V. Jackson’s My Sisters’ Country PREORDERING NOW AVAILABLE Publication date: Jan. 31, 2022 ISBN: 978-1-888553-79-6, 104 pp., 6×9”, Paper,  $17.95  Category: Poetry Press Release Philadelphia-born, San Diego-based writer Alexis V. Jackson’s completely original debut poetry collection My Sisters’ Country is due out from Kore Press in

M. NourbeSe Phillip

Letters to the Future: Future / M NourbeSe Philip

The Declension of History in the Key of If, and Extensions of Time and Place, by M. NourbeSe Philip Here, M. NourbeSe Phillip’s considers the archives’ use as a prism through which the future is called upon, called to. She affirms that aliveness is not only unfixed in place/time, but patiently waits in folds to be

Postcards to the Future: Future / Adrienne Kennedy

Adrienne Kennedy In her supple and sincere commitment to words and their worlds, Adrienne Kennedy asserts the profundity of the first impression of words as meaningful onto the child’s mind.  – Tracie Morris letter to sixteen year old It is crystal clear a person has to be in love with writing. writers culture. in order to

The Range of Possibilities offered by the Dream World by Lillian Bertram

Postcards to the Future: Future / Lillian Yvonne Bertram

The Dream World is a place she can reach through her own body  by Lillian Yvonne Bertram “In this section Lillian-Yvonne Bertram engages the slippages between poetics, literary criticism and philosophy to consider the framing of the “negro’s” body as a viewed space and that this person, this negro as paragon, insists upon her own