“The central, intertwining themes of this book are announced right in the title—intimacy and light.”
All the Rivers Flow into the Sea & Other Stories by Khanh Ha
From Vietnam to America, this story collection, jewel-like, evocative, and layered, brings to readers a unique sense of love and passion alongside tragedy and darker themes of peril.
The Cutleaf Reader: Vol. 1
An anthology of the inaugural year of Cutleaf, our literary journal of short stories, essays, and poetry, is now available in print form.
Crow Funeral by Kate Hanson Foster
“From gestation through birth and the accrual of days spent mothering, Hanson Foster circles the challenges and hard truths all mothers must face.”
This World Is Not Your Home by Matthew Vollmer
“This World is Not Your Home is a collection of versatile, volatile, and virtuosic essays.”
More or Less by Susannah Q. Pratt
The essays in More or Less explore the degree to which we are defined, and confined, by what we own.
The Places That Hold by John Davis Jr.
“I’m thankful there exists the kind of storytelling in these poems that cannot be shaken loose.”
Surface Fugue by Ralph Sneeden
Surface Fugue engages with questioning poignancy and imagination the layers of history stifled by modernity.
Midwestern Poet’s Incomplete Guide to Symbolism by Erica Anderson-Senter
“The lines in this book are vespers, a prayer to the broken hearted.”