'bury it' by Sam Sax

Sam Sax continues to prove that he is one of the most important voices in contemporary American poetry … read more

‘Love and Errors’ by Kimberly Dark

Far from being what they seem, the poems in this collection invite the reader to question what they think they mean; often, they beg for second, third, fourth readings…. read more

'Camp Marmalade' by Wayne Koestenbaum

In Camp Marmalade the reader is thrown into the snarl and constantly retangling snatches of Wayne Koestenbaum’s stream-of-consciousness musings and reflections… read more

'Seed' by David Eye

Eye’s poems give us the surprising and varied complexity of human relationships: from a video booth encounter and some quick sex with a married man, to an impromptu make-out session with a straight blonde girl in a bar, to an unassuming woman on a bus carrying a copy of Leathermen’s Guide to the Universe…. read more

'In Full Velvet' by Jenny Johnson

Johnson’s language celebrates the natural world, bringing ecology into the world of lesbians, suggesting both that people can be queer anywhere … read more

'Lowly' by Alan Felsenthal

Alan Felsenthal is a trickster at heart. His diction can turn on a dime from the sacred and the elevated to the contemporary every-day, from nymphs and the underworld to the use of the search engine, Google. … read more