'Elegy Department Spring' by Kay Gabriel

Selected as a finalist by Richard Siken for the 2016 BOAAT Chapbook Prize, Gabriel’s latest chapbook is a thunderous, heady sonnet cycle about beloved icon Candy Darling…. read more

'Cottonmouths' by Kelly J. Ford

Through a kaleidoscope of characters, Ford’s dark novel shows us the choices people make when the world denies them good options… read more

'Jews Queers Germans' by Martin Duberman

Jews Queers Germans dives headlong into the murky political waters of Weimar Germany, dramatizing anti-Semitism, homophobia, and a pervasive melancholia over an imagined sense of lost national pride that helped transform a progressive country into a Nazi dystopia… read more

'The Book of Joan' by Lidia Yuknavitch

Imagine a sci-fi blockbuster scripted by a critical theorist and then novelized by a slam poet, and you might come close to anticipating The Book of Joan, a darkly inventive new work from Lidia Yuknavitch…. read more