A new Book Stand is available at NewPages! Visit for new and forthcoming titles in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, anthologies, and children’s/YA. Our New & Noteworthy section features six titles this month.
Americans Are trump by Randall G. Nichols explores the mindset of Americans who support our current president.
Dispatches from the End of Ice by Beth Peterson “is part science, part lyric essay, and part research reportage.”
In HULL, Xandria Phillips “explores emotional impacts of colonialism and racism on the Black queer body and the present-day emotional impacts of enslavement in urban, rural, and international settings” in their debut collection.
Orison Books has released their fourth anthology, “an annual collection of the finest spiritually engaged writing that appeared in periodicals in the preceding year.”
Someone You Love Is Still Alive by Ephraim Scott Sommers has been called “a gorgeous and dangerous book” by Jericho Brown.
Thirty-six writers share their worst reading experiences in What Could Possibly Go Wrong? edited by Richard Peabody.