Meridians – by Cameron McGill

Meridians – by Cameron McGill

Meridians – by Cameron McGill PraisePurchase The speaker of these poems manages to assert a particular presence almost as often as he confesses to being lost.  In this way, he is like everyone and no one.  In his world, veins are roads, and aren’t they? ...
The Time Machine – by Laura Kasischke

The Time Machine – by Laura Kasischke

The Time Machine – by Laura Kasischke Startle PatternPurchase Laura Kasischke’s The Time Machine offers us surreal and transformative explorations into memory, mortality, and femininity.  In the opening poem, Laura tells us: “This is what it feels...
Dark Acre – by Canese Jarboe

Dark Acre – by Canese Jarboe

Dark Acre – by Canese Jarboe PraisePurchase Now and then; if you read long enough and widely enough, you run into a poet who isn’t like any other, who has taken in wide ranging traditions and strategies and turned them to their own, who manages language,...
Tooth & Shoe – by Heikki Huotari

Tooth & Shoe – by Heikki Huotari

Tooth & Shoe – by Heikki Huotari Tooth & ShoePurchase by Heikki Huotari.  Simultaneously hyper organized and utterly chaotic, Tooth & Shoe asks us to take a second glance at the seeming normality of our daily lives.  Keeping with...
Black Postcards – by Michael McGriff

Black Postcards – by Michael McGriff

Black Postcards – by Michael McGriff PraisePurchase These poems transpire in moonlight, bending but not breaking.  Rarly has a writer so thoroughly described the abrasion of his spirit.  Childhood, the homeplace, even the lover’s body are drawn...