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Robinson understands the uncanny as a slippery but central means of approaching irresolvable questions of poetics and human subjectivity.
Dan Beachy-Quick and Matthew Goulish
Work from Memory
A collaboration that itself is in conversation with Proust and undermines the distance between writer and reader as separate identities.
All eight books from the 2012-2013 season for only $88!
Joshua Corey and G.C. Waldrep, eds.
The Arcadia Project
An SPD #1 Best Seller An Ahsahta Press anthology curating poetic work in the pastoral genre that is considered postmodern, experimental, or avant garde.
Enigma and Light
Through its sparse yet expansive lyricism, this book enacts “a complex gestural nest” where thought is created in the spaces between poets and philosophers and visual artists.
My Love Is a Dead Arctic Explorer
A voice ambivalent at the fraught threshold of change speaks these chillingly wry poems.
Readable forwards, backwards, and laterally, this is poetry of the scientific method, not of any aesthetic or theoretical strain.
The World Will Deny It for You
Winner of the first Ahsahta Press Chapbook Contest, judged by Cathy Wagner.
An SPD #1 Best Seller A man stripped to ghostly projections of himself confronts personal crisis from a lakeside cabin.
2011 Sawtooth Poetry Prize winner Rigby debuts with poems charged with visceral exactitude and linguistic beauty. Chinoiserie is her first book.
Maxwell’s poetic narrative asks, can the connections between words reveal something about the coupling between people?
No Grave Can Hold My Body Down
John Fahey’s album America inspires a response to American musics, poetries, religions, and empire.
Found notebooks--lists of tasks, memory and this moment: this is intimate time with the unknowable.
Henry’s poems investigate how landscape and violence bear on how one sees and experiences the world.
Academy of American Poets Notable Book of 2011 Buildings, landscapes, cultures, ways of life: this is a history of the end, and after.
The 2010 Sawtooth Poetry Prize winner. Place, and exile too: Meetze negotiates room for art in a city of sunbathing and driving.
A Beautiful Name for a Girl
2011 Poetry Book Club Selection, The Rumpus Is a woman’s identity her body, gender, job, motherhood, art—or something beyond any of these?
2011 Lambda Literary Award for Gay Poetry A lover lost to AIDS compels an elegy that encompasses both real and idealized worlds.
Coldfront Magazine Best Second Book of 2010 Subjected to homophonic experimentation, Kelsey's sonnets are born, exploded, and stripped to bare but lush visions.
These Indicium Tales
In this phenomenology of eros, where Phillips writes “I can’t think of a way of continuing which is not sexually charged,” no word is wasted.