The first Book Stand of 2022 is here! Stop by and learn about this month’s featured titles below.
In Ante body, Marwa Helal explores how the psychological impacts of migration and complex traumas manifest as autoimmune disease as she critiques the ongoing unjust conditions that brought on the global pandemic.
Mr. Potato Head vs. Freud by Clint McCown, has been called “as entertaining as it is instructive. And boy, is it instructive.”
In Shahriar Mandanipour’s Seasons of Purgatory, the fantastical and the visceral merge in tales of tender desire and collective violence, the boredom and brutality of war, and the clash of modern urban life and rural traditions.
In her latest collection of English-language poems—Traveling With the Ghosts—trilingual poet Stella Vinitchi Radulescu continues to explore the capabilities and limits of language itself as the nexus where thought and physicality meet.
Your Nostalgia is Killing Me by John Weir collects eleven linked stories and questions how a gay white guy from New Jersey lived through fifty years of the twin crises of global AIDS and toxic masculinity in America.