Tommy Pico’s Connective Queer Poems

Pico’s poems value the vulgar and silly, as they mingle laffs and puns with colonialism, death, trauma, and our society’s disgraceful treatment of Janet Jackson…. read more

'Safe Danger’ by Stephen Zerance

Zerance’s poems draw from what he knows as a young gay man of his era and are deeply rooted in the classic while maintaining a modern and clean style. … read more

'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

'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

'Primer' by Aaron Smith

Primer is revelatory. The book opens up a dialogue on trust, joy, rejection, celebration, fear, and anger. But the book’s essential power and beauty is its sense of emotional knowledg… read more