Christopher Citro in If We Had a Lemon We’d Throw It and Call That the Sun “makes wildly inventive, exciting, vital poems.”
The Last Unkillable Thing by Emily Pittinos is a journey across landscapes of mourning.
In More Enduring for Having Been Broken by Gwendolyn Paradice, readers can expect stories of children abandoned, forgotten, and ignored as they survive the trauma they experience.
Saturation Project by Christine Hume is genre-defying as it “brings memoir and essay to the land of myth.”
The poems in Aaron Caycedo- Kimura’s Ubasute are detailed, elegiac meditations within a particular American family.