Montreal-based poet Gail Scott's experimental prose memoir archives the ordinary in the midst of upheaval.
DM Bradford's collection is a cat’s cradle of echoes from pre–Civil War America.
Erín Moure’s collection combines academic research and cultural criticism, intertwined with original poems.
Ivanna Baranova’s second poetry book is a collection of longings – longings for a lover, for a deeper connection to nature, and more.
Eimear Laffan’s book is a long poem in sections that chronicles the creation of a text not yet completed.
John Emil Vincent's book is a story in verse of the stuttering feeling of finding one’s purpose and overcoming cultural pressures on aging women.
Salena Wiener’s chapbook is intimate and personal, focused on the relationship between the speakers and their bodies in relation to other people.
John Reibetanz’s poetry collection rewrites Ovid’s Metamorphosis with a distinct ecological sensibility.
T. Liem’s new collection is an immersive and thought-provoking exploration of time, identity, and language itself.
Nicholas Dawson's collection, D.M. Bradford’s first full-length translation, is a dazzling and multilingual success.
Jayson Keery’s collection is weird, experimental, captivating.
An intimate and raw collection explores trauma, abuse, grief, and healing.