This & That

From the Desk of Our Poet-in-Residence, Quenton Baker

Dear Readers, Poets, I guarantee you, never spring fully formed into their craft. We are all deeply in debt to the writers, thinkers, artists who lend us shape, structure, language; who make our own work possible by broadening our idea of what poetry, and art,… Read More

New Releases: June 2019

6/1 Language Letters: Selected 1970s Correspondence of Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein & Ron Silliman edited by Matthew Hofer & Michael Golston (University of New Mexico)Deathwish by Ben Fama (Newest York Arts)Emerson in Iran: The American Appropriation of Persian Poetry by Roger Sedarat (SUNY) 6/4 1919 by Eve L.… Read More

New Releases: May 2019

5/1 Meet Me There: Normal Sex & Home in three days. Don't wash. by Samuel Ace (Belladonna*)Our Weather Our Sea by Samuel Ace (Black Radish)A Frank O'Hara Notebook by Bill Berkson, edited by Jordan Kantor (No Place Press/MIT)SIR by Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle (Litmus)Hysteria by Kim Yideum, translated by… Read More

New Releases: April 2019

4/1 EXTRATRANSMISSION by Andrea Abi-Karam (Kelsey Street) Fossils in the Making by Kristin George Bagdanov (Black Ocean) American Loneliness by Roy Bentley (Lost Horse) Tsunami from Solaris: Essays on Poetry by Aase Berg, translated by Johannes Göransson & Joyelle McSweeney (Action) Year of the Femme by Cassie Donish (Iowa)… Read More

New Releases: March 2019

3/1 Materia Prima by Amanda Berenguer (Ugly Duckling Presse) The Luckiest Guy Alive by John Cooper Clarke (Pan Macmillan) The Careless Seamstress by Tjawangwa Dema (Nebraska) Off the Shelf: A Celebration of Bookshops in Verse by Carol Ann Duffy (Pan Macmillan) Fable in the Blood:… Read More

From the Desk of Our Poet-in-Residence, Quenton Baker

Dear Readers, Poets, I guarantee you, never spring fully formed into their craft. We are all deeply in debt to the writers, thinkers, artists who lend us shape, structure, language; who make our own work possible by broadening our idea of what poetry, and art,… Read More

New Releases: January & February 2019

1/1 Beholden: A Poem as Long as the River by Fred Wah & Rita Wong (Talonbooks)  Marnie by Connie Scozzaro (Krupskaya) Square Inch Hours by Sherod Santos (W. W. Norton) Total Recall by Samantha Giles (Krupskaya) 1/2 Figures of Time: Disjunctions in Modernist Poetry by David Ben-Merre… Read More

New Releases: December 2018

12/1 The Poetry of Georges Bataille translated by Stuart Kendall (State University of New York) Trilogy: Kenosis by Jake Berry (Lavender Ink) Redwork by Jessica Fjeld (BOAAT) Positions of the Sun by Lyn Hejinian (Belladonna*) No Budu Please by Wingston González, translated by Urayoán Noel (Ugly Duckling) The Switch by Shiv… Read More

From the Desk of Our Poet-in-Residence, Quenton Baker

Dear Readers, Poets, I guarantee you, never spring fully formed into their craft. We are all deeply in debt to the writers, thinkers, artists who lend us shape, structure, language; who make our own work possible by broadening our idea of what poetry, and art,… Read More

New Releases: November 2018

11/1 Political Subject by Caleb Beckwith (Roof) You Cannot Shoot a Poem by Paula Closson Buck (Louisiana State University) Attendance by Rocio Carlos & Rachel McLeod Kaminer (The Operating System) The Resignation by Lonely Christopher (Roof) Green-Wood by Allison Cobb (Nightboat) Mouthguard by Sadie Dupuis (Gramma)… Read More