Freely Frayed takes a look at how the work of Korean poets such as Don Mee Choi and Kim Hyesoon grapple with the US’s manipulation of their home country as a military toy. Joyelle McSweeney reviews.
Bribery bears witness as an unrelenting cavalcade of American grotesquery. Ed Steck reviews.
Identity, fallibility, and self-discovery weave a provocative intuitive fabric for Wendy Ortiz’s memoir centered around a relationship with her teacher. Lucy Tiven reviews.
Courtney Maum tackles the destructive love affair at the center of Chloe Caldwell’s Women.
“WE ARE DETERMINED OUR AUTHORITY SHALL BE FULLY RESPECTED”: Fiddle Tunes and Primitive Selfies in the Techie Heart of DarknessJacob Sunderlin
Jacob Sunderlin wrestles with the utopian techie promises of the bay area and the stranger, more patience-demanding work released by Dust to Digital.