The Breaks by Julietta Singh celebrates queer family-making, communal living, and Brown girlhood, complicating the stark binaries that shape contemporary US discourse.
Bernard Clay’s autobiographical poetry debut, English Lit, juxtaposes the roots of Black male identity against an urban and rural Kentucky landscape.
Hex & Howl by Simone Muench & Jackie K. White is collaborative writing at its most innovative, playful, and powerful.
Andrea Kayne’s Kicking Ass in a Corset maps out effective leadership that teaches readers how to tune out the external noise so that they can truly live and lead from the inside out.
In origin story, Gary Jackson outlines a family history of distant sisters, grieving mothers and daughters, and alcoholic fathers.