“These poems disrupt, they trouble patriarchal waters, and they ask two things: What really happens to women who dissent, and are you strong enough to wonder?”
The EastOver Anthology of Rural Stories, 2023: Writers of Color
A collection of short fiction from deep in the heart of America’s rural spaces that subverts, surprises, and complicates our ideas and expectations.
Until All You See Is Sky by George Choundas
“With playful language and an unceasing impulse to understand the world around him, Choundas makes his readers see the nooks and crannies of this rock of ours with a new and expansive appreciation.”
The Sins of Sweet Mortality by Marilyn Fox & Nancye McCrary
In this collaborative project, Fox and McCrary combine poetry with painting — juxtaposing voice and image — to create literary and visual work that is impassioned and thought-provoking.
Exquisite by September by Shayla Hawkins
By turns humorous, melancholy, and sensual, this collection is a poetic museum through which Hawkins shares glimpses into different facets or “galleries” of her being.
Homesick for Nowhere by Richard LeBlond
A witty and informative collection of stories about travel, the natural world, and life over eighty pondered by a retired field biologist with an acutely-tuned eye and ear for observation.
The Cutleaf Reader: Vol. Two
A print anthology of the second year of Cutleaf, our literary journal of short stories, essays, and poetry.
You Have Reached Your Destination by Louise Marburg
“In Marburg’s world, relationships are always subject to radical change, and her characters’ destinations are unexpected, remarkable, and beautifully memorable.”
Hidden Cargoes by Chris Arthur
“If anyone can lure out of hiding the mysterious secrets of the things of this world, and turn the familiar unfamiliar, the everyday magical, it’s Chris Arthur.”