Dawn Lundy Martin’s assemblage of bodies, debris, and mechanisms of control might be one of the most important (and most overlooked) books of last year. Paul Cunningham reviews.
What is the Oosh Boosh? What does it want? Carolyn DeCarlo reviews Shannon Burns’s debut collection, out now from 421 Atlanta.
Sandra Simonds melds domestic discontent with the unpredictable in her new collection, Steal It Back. Gina Myers reviews.
Kent Shaw moves through the overwhelm of violence–and the questions of responsibility–in Jennifer MacKenzie’s My Not-My Soldier.
How can the language of others help us survive? Carrie Lorig takes an introspective look at Mike Krutel’s Fogland.
Carolyn DeCarlo delves into the rapidly amassing and invigorating catalog of publications by Alaska-based indie publisher Bottlecap Press, including work by Kimmy Walters, Zooey Ghostly, Manuel Arturo Abreu, Alexandra Wuest, and more.