MEXICAMERICANA by Eloisa Amezcua (cover artwork: Sharmon Davidson)
Feeding the Dead by M. Brett Gaffney (cover art: Mary Chiaramonte)
My Own Strange Beast by Melissa Atkinson Mercer (cover art by Danial Powers)
Set the Garden on Fire by Chen Chen (cover: Nicci Mechler)
A Map of the Farm Three Miles from the End of Happy Hollow Road by Amorak Huey (cover image: Alexandra Eldridge)
Ghost Skin by Wren Hanks (cover: Alexandra Eldridge)
Dreamland for Keeps (Porkbelly Press, forthcoming)
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Ghost Skin (Porkbelly Press, 2016)
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Feeding the Dead (Porkbelly Press, 2017)
by M. Brett Gaffney »
- Feeding the Dead is delightfully reviewed at Rust+Moth.
Mexicamericana (Porkbelly Press, 2017)
by Eloisa Amezcua » eloisaamezcua.com
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My Own Strange Beast (Porkbelly Press, 2017)
by Melissa Atkinson Mercer
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Set the Garden on Fire (Porkbelly Press, 2015)
by Chen Chen » chenchenwrites.com
A Map of the Farm Three Miles from the End of Happy Hollow Road (Porkbelly Press, 2016)
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The Girl by Donna Vorreyer (cover image: Alexandra Eldridge)
Vorreyer’s The Girl is sharp and clear from the dedication: “To all the girls I have taught. To all the girls we once were.” These small prose poems are strung together like a chain of dolls cut from steel, each stronger for her connection to the other, but capable of claiming her own ground—each poem is a portrait of a girl, nameless. Each girl moves beyond that designation, none are just a girl, and their anonymity does not strip identity or agency. These are girls who stand where they will, treat their own wounds, heal broken things, fear little or nothing, persist in spite of, because of—”If she cries, she opens a window, knows her ghosts need a means of escape.” (Porkbelly Press, 2017) » available in our shop » more & excerpt
About the Poet
Donna Vorreyer is the author of Every Love Story is an Apocalypse Story (Sundress Publications, 2016) and A House of Many Windows (Sundress Publications, 2013) as well as seven chapbooks, most recently Encantado, a collaboration with artist Matt Kish from Redbird Chapbooks and Tinder, Smolder, Bones, and Snow forthcoming from dancing girl press. She serves as the reviews editor for Stirring: A Literary Collection and teaches middle school in the suburbs of Chicago.
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