A young girl with a mystical bend explores the vast arrangement of the stars. She looks toward the heavens for angels, a sense of her own destiny. She becomes a cartographer of sorts, shaping constellations of her own, mapping the sky with words. We were not yet twenty when we met, and though much time has past, I can still picture us. She with her cropped hair and boatneck shirt and myself in school-girl black, reveling in literature, fashion, and rock n’ roll.

                               from the foreword by Patti Smith

New Poetry

New Prose

New Hybrid

New Fiction

Non-Fiction

Memoir

In Translation

Danish Literature in Translation

Dispatches Editions

from the Archive

Poetry

Prose

Classic Texts in Reprint

Forthcoming

A further selection of forthcoming titles

 

 

Prompt Book

     Barbara Henning

 

Difficult

     Kristina Marie Darling

 

A Shelter Poetry

     Karen Garthe

 

The Reconception of Marie

     Teresa Carmody

 

The Returns

     Florencia Varela

 

The Blue of Night

     Katy Masuga

 

The History of America in My Lifetime

     Brooks Sterritt

 

Archangel & the Overlooked

     Lindsey Warren

 

i, john de conqueror

     John Gavin White

 

Erode

     Biswamit Dwibedy

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Three Taos of Tao

     Marc Vincenz

 

To the Attic

     Tony Iantosca

 

Marshmallow Whiskey

     Steve Katz

 

Hallelujah Science

     Kelli Stevens Kane

 

Mapping the Tribe

     Salgado Maranhao

         trans. by Alexis Levitin

 

The Bed Book

     Kimberly Becker

 

Dear Marshall, Language is Our Only Wilderness

     Heather Sweeney

 

The Starveling

     Cecil Bodker

 

in which I take myself hostage

     Erik Fuhrer