We Recommend

Continuous Showings

Continuous Showings

by Michael Anania  “He makes melody and sentence and sight his three primary colors, and he names them in his poems while simultaneously using them to mark the sharp edge — the precise and delicate edge — of his seeing and sentencing. He evokes the jazz and classical masters (and all else) with the melody […]

Read More →

Read More →

The Nightlife

The Nightlife

by Elise Paschen “The Nightlife is not only a beautiful and inventive collection, it’s an important contribution to this period in American poetry. Paschen’s voice shows us how — given all the choices in form, voice, subject, and vision — a poet might make the art her own through the force of her personal brilliance, and […]

Read More →

Read More →

APERTURE

APERTURE

by Anna Leahy “Anna Leahy’s collection of poems, Aperture, is simultaneously focused in its subject matter about women and capacious in scope, not an easy feat. The book is an aperture or an opening into essential lives that may have been forgotten. There are persona poems and third-person lyric poems that investigate women — from the […]

Read More →

Read More →

Identity Unknown: Rediscovering Seven American Women Artists

Identity Unknown: Rediscovering Seven American Women Artists

by Donna Seaman “Identity Unknown is not only a book that illuminates the lives and works of seven artists who have been unjustly neglected, a fate shared by countless brilliant women in many fields, it is a passionate examination of the artistic calling itself. In elegant, lucid prose, Seaman makes the unknown known, filling in each […]

Read More →

Read More →

Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk

Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk

by Kathleen Rooney NOW A NATIONAL INDIE BESTSELLER “Prescient and quick . . .. A perfect fusing of subject and writer, idea and ideal.” ― Chicago Tribune http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/books/sc-lillian-boxfish-takes-a-walk-kathleen-rooney-books-0118-20170117-story.html “Extraordinary . . . hilarious . . . Elegantly written, Rooney creates a glorious paean to a distant literary life and time ― and an unabashed celebration […]

Read More →

Read More →

Kingdom of the Young

Kingdom of the Young

Stories by Edie Meidav The dynamic characters in Kingdom of the Young are searching: for adventure, work, love, absolution, better chances elsewhere. In a symphonic stream of consciousness, a fanatical child army loses faith in its commander as he ages unforgivably into his thirties. A woman possessed with wanderlust and a small inheritance seeks love among the cave-dwelling […]

Read More →

Read More →

UN-AMERICAN

UN-AMERICAN

The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II By Richard Cahan and Michael Williams It is a shame of America. In the spring of 1942, the United States rounded up 109,000 residents of Japanese ancestry living along the West Coast and sent them to detention centers for the duration of World War II. Many […]

Read More →

Read More →

Huck Out West

Huck Out West

by Robert Coover What reviewers are saying: “In Huck Out West, Robert Coover brilliantly (and outrageously) revives Mark Twain’s cardinal character by way of deconstructing any number of our cherished myths.  Coover is in fine antic form here–truly, Huck never had it so good.” — T.C. Boyle   “A giant stands on the shoulders of a giant, and the […]

Read More →

Read More →

Heirlooms

Heirlooms

Stories by Rachel Hall Heirlooms is a fascinating series of interconnected stories about members of an extended family of Jews before, during and long after the holocaust, in France, in Israel, in the United States.  Different women and men define themselves in resistance, denial and ignorance of history through four generations…In some ways the entire […]

Read More →

Read More →

A Dog’s Life

A Dog’s Life

Poems by Adam Scheffler Purchase on Amazon It’s always interesting to see what a new poet brings to the show. The real singers — whether lamenting or praising — give us a sense of life as larger than we could have expressed before they arrived. With an explorer’s curiosity and drive, Adam Scheffler turns his […]

Read More →

Read More →

Top