A stunning anthology, showcasing voices too often overlooked. I stumbled across Home by chance and, opening to a random page, instantly knew I had found something special. Showcasing a wide range of styles, subjects, and forms, Home overflows with spirituality and musicality and imagery that continues to haunt me. Whether you regularly read poetry and are searching for hidden gems, or are just beginning to test the lyrical waters, Home will entrance you and immerse you in its songs. --Zach
Overflowing with imagery few poets can match—and captivating in its mastery of language—Guillotine is a heartbreaking, yet uplifting, exploration of migrant experiences, desire, and sexuality. Corral has once again proven that he is one of the most talented lyric poets currently writing. --Zach
Rooted in the love of friendship, Homie stands defiant in its exuberance, daring readers to find hope and celebration in the face of prejudice. Each poem in this book seems to dance off the page, blending the personal and political into a cacophony of rage and laughter. --Elese
Within these pages, Leah Naomi Green has cultivated a stunning landscape of ecologically infused poetry. Tender, spiritual, and breathtakingly human, this collection explores motherhood and our connection to the natural world, daring to be compassionate in a time of uncertainty and fear. --Zach
A remarkably unique book, Cinderbiter veers between poetry and folklore, between the old and the new. From emotive lyric poems to heroic epics, from its titular hero to Merlin himself, Cinderbiter is a rediscovery and reinvigoration of classic literature. -Zach
A gorgeous new edition of Rumi's timeless poetry.
A brilliant and startlingly ferocious collection. Read them now or in twenty years—these poems will have lost none of their song or bite.