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This Is the Homeland
This Is the Homeland is as much about love as loss—elegies to times, places, and people whose presences sear and haunt the poems.
A genealogy that pulls readers through a layered critique of ownership and the timeless seduction of beauty, Trafficke is a fraught, grief-charged text.
Garments Against Women
Winner, 2016 Firecracker Award. A 3-time SPD #1 Best-Seller. Garments Against Women seeks the forms for thinking the thoughts necessary to survival, then the forms necessary to survive survival’s requisite thoughts.
Risky, raw, playful, enigmatic, Birch celebrates the transformative power of our relations with our lovers and our surroundings.
Winner, 2014 Sawtooth Poetry Prize. An epistolary based on the author’s experiences as an intersexed (pseudo-hermaphroditic) body addressed to 19th-century French intersexual Herculine Barbin.
Ecstatic and erotic, the poems of Mimer map the personal to the mythological in the author's continuing poetic investigation.
x y z & &
x y z & &: these sonnets are songs on the occasion of the poet's children's presences in the world—and our own.
Using language that moves over the speaker like weather systems and migratory birds, After-Cave makes a distinction between a state and an act of being.
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.