...patient, taut, elliptical.
In Thailand With The Apostles
What an exuberant, harrowing trek, & what an heroic descent!
Beautiful Soul: An American Elegy
The push-pull between stunning language and inventive narrative is pure pleasure.
One Foot Out The Door: The Collected Stories of Lewis Warsh
Masques of Desire
What A Stick Is
"He kid, kid, are you a fairy?"
To Kill A Cardinal
Fictional Classic telling of the ACT-UP protest staged at St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1989.
Venice Is For Cats
Libretto for the Exhausted World
An invigorating book—and a cause for gratitude.
The Day He's Gone
trans. by Piotr Florczyk
...love letters to the act of living.
Mary Jo Bang
Poem sequence inspired by Roberto Bolano.
Silence of Memory
...dialogues on the two fronts of the war between terror and authority.
Harold Bloom "On Gavronsky"
Poem sequence inspired by the painter James Ensor.
"The Kamasutra conjures four basic types or orders of women..."
A Fabulist Noir
"This is the magic of touch. I want that same kind of potential for stimulation to come from my sentences..."
With Semi-Sleep, Baron decodes the American everyday.
Remains to be Seen
Probably everyone who reads poetry year after year knows of a favorite poet whose reputation should be larger than it is, and my candidate for that position is Halvard Johnson.
The Number of Missing
Berlin’s book is shattering, real, first-person history, made intimate by a narrator forced to stare at himself against the hole of Ground Zero.
author of A Million Little Pieces
The Archons of Investigative Poetry are pleased with Mark Spitzer’s Crypto-Arkansas.
Lawfully Wedded Wives
ed. Nona Caspers &
20 tales of love, sex, and commitment in the 21st Century—spiritual and scandalous, philosophical and trivial, heartbreaking and hilarious.
Entering Yoni Space On The Pouring Pivot Of My Own Lingaraj
Essay and selection of "Snailhorn" drawings
State of the Union
Lewis’s impeccable attention to the “song of the illusive spheres” will leave you stunned and in stitches.
Selected Early Poems
of Lev Loseff
translated by Henry W. Pickford
Henry Pickford does a splendid job of capturing the distinctive voice of Lev Loseff’s poetry.
Short fictions by a comic master who isn't afraid to get serious.....
These are the heartbeats of an ancient man looking at history from left to right and now staring us right in the eye. We are not alone.
Abroad: An Expatriate's Diaries 1950-1959
Harriet Sohmers Zwerling
A well-observed account of the texture of life for those resistant spirits who actively held out against the cultural norms of 1950’s America.
Elsa is the final psychological portrait in Keller’s trilogy (after Maggie in Jackpot, and Sally in Retelling).
She becomes in effect a soothsayer of stars and taps into the music of their stillness as they witness the coincidental paths we take in our lives.
Wandering On Course
Sufi-dancing at the center of an elemental hora ...
The Tommy Plans
Wreckage of Reason II: Back to the Drawing Board
ed. Nava Renek & Natalie Nuzzo
But They, Um:
A Play in One Act
A devastating tableau to stand as monument to the language of law surrounding and issuing from the Bybee memo on torture and detainees at Guatanamo Airforce Base.
Grass Grows Inward
trans. Marc Vincenz
Neeser plays his concentrated language game with finesse. He is a man of soft-spoken nuances.
Out of the Dust
trans. Marc Vincenz
A master of the precise aperçu, of distillation and insinuation...
Neue Züricher Zeitung am Sonntag
Spuyten Duyvil Publishing
Twelve Circles Yuri Andrukhovych
Shader Daniel Nester
How to Walk Away Lisa Birman
The Minotaur's Daughter Rowland Saifi
Martha's Mandala Martha Oliver-Smith
Talking To The Dead Rachel Hadas
Proof Eizabeth Coleman
There Where We Do Not Think To Be Thinking Charles Stein
Tongue a Queer Anomaly j/j hastain & t thilleman
Spuyten Duyvil ® 2014