The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage (links lead to press materials for books):



Letters from Dinosaurs by Leland Cheuk

And Wind Will Wash Away by Jordan A. Rothacker

Suite for Barbara Loden by Nathalie Leger

Apocalypse All the Time by David S. Atkinson

Settright Road by Jon Boilard

The Gift by Barabara Browning

Dog Years by Melissa Yancy

A Revised Poetry of Western Philosophy by Daniel Grandbois

The Australian by Emma Smith-Stevens

The Coming by David Osborne

WATERSHED by Colin Dodds

The Hour of Daydreams by Renee Macalino Rutledge

London and the South-East by David Szalay

Across the China Sea by Gaute Heivoll

The Disintegrations by Alistair McCartney

Dreamlives of Debris by Lance Olsen

Shankus & Kitto by Lynn Crawford

Cake Time by Siel Ju

Taco Jehovah, by Josh Spilker

Confessional Sci-Fi: A Primer by Kirsten Kaschock

Genevieves by Henry Hoke

He Always Still Tastes Like Dynamite by Trevor Dodge

Behind the Moon by Madison Smartt Bell

A Good Day for Seppuku by Kate Braverman

The Stone Building and Other Places by Aslı Erdoğan

Like a Dog by Tara Jepsen



Primer by Aaron Smith

Hour of the Ox by Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello

In the Volcano’s Mouth by Miriam Bird Greenberg

Human Terminal Velocity by Christina Olson

Fail Better by beyza ozer

Interglacials by Dalton Day

I Am Heavy W/ Feeling: A Correspondence by Joshua Young & Alexis Pope

Odd Bloom Seen from Space by Timothy Daniel Welch

Ablaza by Adam Tedesco

Fable of an Inconsolable Man by Javier Etchevarren

Night Badly Written by Víctor Rodríguez Núñez

Prosopopoeia by Faird Tali

EFG by Valerie Hsiang

daughterrarium by Sheila McMullin

Scald by Denise Duhamel

Lowly by Alan Felsenthal

The Happy End / All Welcome by Mónica de la Torre

What Was It For by Adrienne Raphel

Then Winter by Chloe Honum

a boy named jane by M. Wright

Soft Focus by Sarah Jean Grimm

Advice from the Lights by Stephen Burt

Whereas by Layli Long Soldier

Activities of Daily Living by Larry O. Dean

Alternatives by Dalton Day

Brooklyn Poets Anthology (Edited by Jason Koo & Joe Pan)

Sam’s Teeth by Patrick Culliton

In Memory of an Angel by David Shapiro

Holy Ghost by David Brazil

Invocation to Daughters by Barbara Jane Reyes

Heaven Is All Goodbyes by Tongo Eisen-Martin



Estranger by Erik Anderson

Is This the Most Romantic Moment of my Life? by Elinor Abbott

You with Your Memory Are Dead by Gary J. Shipley

The Narco-Imaginary: Essays Under the Influence by Ramsey Scott

Assassin of Youth by Alexandra Chasin

Gentlemen Prefer Asians: Tales of Gay Indonesians and Green Card Marriages by Yuska Lutfi Tuanakotta

Body Horror: Capitalism, Fear, Misogyny, Jokes by Anne Elizabeth Moore

I Liked You Better Before I Knew You So Well by James Allen Hall

All I Want To Do Is Live by Trace Ramsey

GNOME by Robert Lunday

The Complete Ballet by John Haskell

Border by Kapka Kassabova

Into English (Edited by Martha Collins & Kevin Prufer)

On a Clear Day by Jasmine Dreame Wagner



Flesh of Leviathan by Chus Pato (Translated by Erin Moure)

the rou of alch by Pablo Katchadjian (Translated by Victoria Cóccaro & Rebekah Smith)

Monitored Properties by Florencia Castellano (Translated by Alexis Almeida)

In the Woods of Memory by Shun Medoruma (Translated by Takuma Sminkey)



How’s Everything Going? Not Good by Jon-Michael Frank

The Collected Cat Rackham by Steve Wolfhard

Hot or Not: 20th-Century Male Artists by Jessica Campbell

Wendy’s Revenge by Walter Scott

Laurels of Xenon by Ryan Dodgson

Volcano Trash by Ben Sears

You & A Bike & A Road by Eleanor Davis

Sunburning by Keiler Roberts

So Pretty / Very Rotten by Jane Mai & An Nguyen

Condo Heartbreak Disco by Eric Kostiuk Williams


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