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New Release: Body Burden by Zayne Turner

Winner of 2015 Kore Press First Book Award, selected by Tracie Morris   Body Burden is an investigation—into historical documents, public records, imagined letters, and into a rich variety of visual and linguistic forms. Turner invites readers to experience the language and facts of history and science –  the stuff ‘we make our beds from/and lie among,’

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Tucson Poet Laureate, tc tolbert

Your community, your justice, your voices: Tucson Poet Laureate tc tolbert, on beauty…

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New Release: No Comet, That Serpent in the Sky Means Noise, by Sueyeun Juliette Lee

  A meditation on light, human displacement, and longing, No Comet, That Serpent in the Sky Means Noise centers on a single conjecture: If light is a language sent forth from distant bodies and stars, what are we likewise saying into those black distances? Through hardship and loss, these poems invoke a hopeful solace in

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New Release: Wire & Wail by Lusia Slomkowska

Announcing the release of Wire & Wail! Wire and Wail is by turns autobiographic, scientific, philosophic, and religious. Lusia Slomkowska wrote  that after her second open-heart surgery, her physical limitations show up in her poems… not as crowns of thorns, but as other symbols of anger and grief: her shattered aortic valve was replaced with a porcine

New Release: The Hominine Egg

Jenny Gropp’s first title is available now! From everyday scenes that clothe a cast of characters in weather, tears, and prayer, to the “animal between,” where the narrator conjures her desires into the courage to explore her sexuality, from the ontological vignettes of a woman living in Northern Japan under the constant presence of fog,