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
To Kill A Cardinal
Fictional Classic telling of the ACT-UP protest staged at St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1989.
The Day He's Gone
trans. by Piotr Florczyk
...love letters to the act of living.
Mary Jo Bang
Silence of Memory
...dialogues on the two fronts of the war between terror and authority.
Harold Bloom "On Gavronsky"
With Semi-Sleep, Baron decodes the American everyday.
Figures in a Family Circle
This history and reflection stands on its own as a rich psychological biography.
Frances M. Parks, Ph.D., ABPP, Graduate, C.G. Jung, Zürich
The desire to dissolve the divide, at once futile and incessant, turns each poem into a study of the intimate and unbridgeable space between the I and the irretrievable other.
a Memoir of the Ulterior
edited & with preface by t thilleman
... meditations upon time spent at a cave in worship to Gaia...
A Late Recognition of the Signs
trans. Marc Vincenz
A moving swansong.
Neue Züricher Zeitung
My Scary Camp Story
Gary Ray Bugarcic
"Many years ago, when I was a young whippersnapper, I went to Camp Dead Rock....."
How To Walk Away
I was struck by this novel’s wisdom and the hard-won ease with which it wears it.
Laird Hunt, author of Neverhome
Octagon Commonweal makes yesterday and tomorrow irrelevant, since here we are now, like it or not.
The Color Mill
Robert Kelly is in a formidable place with his work in the past few years. ... Evocations rather than illustrations, Nathlie Provosty’s images occupy a similar state of becoming, ...
Raymond Foye, author of Harry Smith: The Alchemical Image
If you take a real crime, the Jennifer Moore murder, add the imagination, insight and humanity of Stephanie Dickinson, you have Love Highway...
The Undermining of the Democratic Club
Rob Cook uses personal implacement and his own intimate sense of universal being to root out lies at the heart of American policy and boots-on-the ground myth-making.
Elsa is the final psychological portrait in Keller’s trilogy (after Maggie in Jackpot, and Sally in Retelling).
Wreckage of Reason II: Back to the Drawing Board
ed. Nava Renek & Natalie Nuzzo
The Artaud Variations
The Minotaur's Daughter
This book of beautiful sentences and powerful mysteries ...
Tongue A Queer Anomaly
j/j hastain & t thilleman
“Each half is corresponding to its other as a key breath through the keyhole”
Song of the Jaguar
The four-part book continues the author’s depiction of emotional conflicts, dangerous encounters, amorous entanglements and the onslaught of physical illness.
Elizabeth J. Coleman
She is in love with life and relishes the gifts—even including mortality—in plain, but cunning, speech.
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.
and the Birds
Book 6 of Anatomical Sketches
And King's Shall Be Thy Nursing Fathers
Ruminations of Tchaikovsky's corpse...
The Desert Poems of Southern California
Ms. Oliver-Smith recalls meeting J.D. Salinger at his home in Cornish, New Hampshire in 1968.
The New Elementals Project
Companion book of pastel drawings to Sevlesmeht and the Birds
Spuyten Duyvil Publishing
Alejandro Jodorowsky on living at the movies
Twelve Circles Yuri Andrukhovych
Talking To The Dead Rachel Hadas
There Where You Do Not Think To Be Thinking Charles Stein
The Broken House Tom La Farge
The True Patriot Gloria Frym
The Art of the Serial Poem Rich Blevins
Fleurs du mal Charles Baudelaire tr. Eric Gans
The Butterfly Michael Rumaker
Life in Peacetime Bhisham Bherwami
The Monk Martin Nakell
Lifeline Rule Doug Nufer
This Amazing Cage of Light Martine Bellen
Aftersight Rebecca Goodman
Winter Journey Halvard Johnson
Porlock Joseph Cooper
Non-Novels j/j hastain
Death Fred Skolnik
Village Portrait Project Jon Goldman
Spuyten Duyvil ® 2014