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Beast Feast attacks Emersonian myth(ide)ologies of peaceful nature, moralism and the state, reminding us of the histories of cruelty that haunt our forests.
Tolbert’s choice in Gephyromania isn’t between female and male but rather to live (willingly, intentionally) in the places where those binaries meet.
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[ Exclosures ] engages the prison industrial complex, celebrating the ever-innovating struggle to resist, reject, and arrest it.
Winner of the 2013 Ahsahta Press Chapbook Prize, Marco Giovenale's Anachromisms is a "funky, post-flarf confabulation" selected by K. Silem Mohammad.
Jesme acknowledges a landscape of "dormancy for the duration" in Albedo, with poems that confront multiple mournings.
Tony Trigilio, editor
Elise Cowen: Poems and Fragments
An SPD #1 Best-Seller. Designed for both general readers and scholars, this book recovers the surviving work of Elise Cowen, a female Beat Generation poet.
Practice on Mountains
Winner, 2013 Sawtooth Poetry Prize. Dan Beachy-Quick calls Practice on Mountains, Bartone's first book, "a primary document of the mind reacting through the heart's various damage."
Beyond the Chainlink
Morrison examines how to recognize the past’s specters as they beckon and frighten, haunt and call from just outside the “chainlink” of one’s schoolyard expectations of self and other.
Questions for Animals
Hamilton writes of the unspeakable, both as it is in the heart of Buddhist question practice and as it occurs in the circumstances of incest.
Writing is less about choosing between worlds, Ives suggests, than it is about existing in one where life and our perceptions thereof are complementary.
Strickland situates poetry within a digital, scientific, and mathematical frame, engaging our slippage from material to potentially infinite virtual spaces.
All nine books from the 2013-2014 season for only $120! That's 30% off the $172 value.
My Daughter La Chola
Matuk examines the shaky ground connecting history and lore through poems wracked in temporal convulsion.
Jasmine Dreame Wagner
Winner of the 2012 Ahsahta Press Chapbook Contest, judged by Cathy Park Hong.
Noah Eli Gordon
The Year of the Rooster
Equal parts action painting, abstract estrangement, & enactment of the uncertainty about all things art, Gordon's poem is in flux, off-kilter, unanswerable.
Heidi Lynn Staples
The state of Florida—its flora, fauna, beaches, high schools—processed through aleatoric, homophonic, and collaging methods, comes to make a frenetic sense in Staples' engagement with the "radical ordinary."
Carrie Olivia Adams
Forty-One Jane Doe’s
Distinct but related sequences of poems about women both anonymous and mythical come together to create a cinematic portrait of a struggle with love, grace, and faith.
Cloud vs. Cloud
Both political and emotional, testing the waters of a neo neo-Romanticism, Paquin's speaker evokes a place where past, future, and present self-hood are conflated beyond recognition.
A Coldfront Top 10 Book of 2013. A mixed-genre book of "experimental memoir" that explores how an artist finds her calling.
T. Zachary Cotler
Sonnets to the Humans
The winner of the 2012 Sawtooth Poetry Prize is "a brilliant, intimate, intricate, careening, calibrating, strangely moving collection of 49 poems," according to judge Heather McHugh.