Stand in the Traffic by Kate Saunders

Stand in the Traffic by Kate Saunders

A Kathmandu adoption story unlike other adoption retrospectives. this is no drawn out account of bureaucracy and childlessness, but rather a heart-pounding journey to the land of rickshaw wallahs and orange-clad saddhus, incense laden temples, and sly street dogs.

One House Down, poems by Gianna Russo

One House Down by Gianna Russo

The candid poems in Gianna Russo’s One House Down are grounded in experiences of ambivalence and oneness, not unlike those we sometimes find in true love.

A Clearing Space in the Middle of Being by Jeff Hardin

A Clearing Space in the Middle of Being by Jeff Hardin

If the taste of the eternal “is increasingly absent in our words,” then Jeff Hardin’s sixth collection, A Clearing Space in the Middle of Being, attempts to behold language anew, to listen in on its “preview of eternity.”

The Autobiography of Francis N. Stein: The Last Promethean

The Autobiography of Francis N. Stein

The Autobiography of Francis N. Stein: The Last Promethean is a hell of a story about the last imagined descendant of Dr. Frankenstein’s wretch—the spurned monster.

No Evil is Wide by Randall Watson Cover

No Evil is Wide by Randall Watson

No Evil is Wide is the linear and violent story of an unnamed narrator, the prostitute he is tasked to “find,” and Carpenter Wells, the man that makes that return impossible.

Sisypha Larvata Prodeat, poetry by Jan Cole

Sisypha Larvata Prodeat by Jan Cole

Originally published in 1987, the poems in this collection are short and concise, showing conscious restraint by the poet. They carry an aura of fable that leaves an aftertaste for readers to contemplate long after they finish reading.

An Englishman in Texas by Ron Kenney Cover

An Englishman in Texas, a memoir

An Englishman in Texas is a memoir by Ron Kenney, an English jockey who came to the United States in 1960. His autobiographical account begins with his childhood in the northeast of England during WWII. He goes on to describe how, with no knowledge of horses, he was sent four hundred miles from home at 14 years of age to apprentice as a jockey.