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Posted April 18, 2019

  • Fiction Posted April 18, 2019

    Claiming T-Mo, Eugen Bacon, Meerkat Press

    Fearless, Raima Larter, New Meridian

    Flowers of Mold, Ha Seong-Nan, Open Letter

    Moxie, Alex Poppe, Tortoise Books

    Plastered in Pretty, N.C. Marks, Nehesi Publications

    Reinhardt's Garden, Mark Haber, Coffee House Press

    The Rink Girl, Mark Brazaitis, Hollywood Books International

    Shades: Detroit Love Stories, Esperanza Cintron, Wayne State University Press

    Spiritual Choreographies, Carlos Labbe, Open Letter

    Tornado Season, Courtney Craggett, Black Lawrence Press

    Unblinking, Lisa Lenzo, Wayne State University Press

    We Might as Well Light Something on Fire, Ron MacLean, Braddock Avenue Books

  • Nonfiction Posted April 18, 2019

    Better with Books: 500 Diverse books to Ignite Empathy and Encourage Self-Acceptance in Tweens and Teens, Melissa Hart, Sasquatch Books

    Black Indian, Shonda Buchanan, Wayne State University Press

    The Chainbreaker Bike Book: An Illustrated Manual of Radical Bicycle Maintenance, Culture, & History, Shelley Lynn Jackson & Ethan Clark, Microcosm Publishing

    Reckless Steps Toward Sanity: A Memoir, Judith Sara Gelt, University of New Mexico Press

    The Lampblack Blue of Memory: My Mother Echoes, Sarah Adleman, Tolsun Books

    Looking for Dragon Smoke, Robert Bly, White Pine Press

    Political Hell-Raiser: The Life and Times of Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, Marc C. Johnson, University of Oklahoma Press

    Stamford '76: A True Story of Murder, Corruption, Race, and Feminism in the 1970s, JoeAnn Hart, University of Iowa Press

    throughsmoke: an essay in notes, Jehanne Dubrow, New Rivers Press

    Volcanoes, Palm Trees & Privilege: Essays on Hawai'i, Liz Prato, Overcup Press

  • Poetry Posted April 18, 2019

    Action in the Orchards, Fred Schmalz, Nightboat Books

    At the Last Minute, Estha Weiner, Salmon Poetry

    Children of the Grass: A Portrait of American Poetry, B.A. Van Sise, Schaffner Press

    The Death Metal Pastorals, Ryan Patrick Smith, Black Lawrence Press

    deciduous qween, Matty Layne Glasgow, Red Hen Press

    Deed, Justin Wymer, Elixir Press

    The Double Zero, Marilee Richards, Bauhan Publishing LLC

    Downburst, Mark Fitzgerald, Cinnamon Press

    Exuberance, Dolores Hayden, Red Hen Press

    How to Avoid Huge Ships, Julie Bruck, Brick Books

    In the Tree Where the Double Sex Sleeps, Rob Schlegel, University of Iowa Press

    The Inner Trees, Yvan Goll, White Pine Press

    Intersection on Neptune, Donna J. Gelagotis Lee, The Poetry Press

    Invisible Horses, Rosalind Brakenbury, Hanging Loose Press

    Letters Written and Not Sent, William Louis-Dreyfus, Red Hen Press

    Messages From Salt Water, Sabrina Ito, Fishing Line Press

    The Moving Out: Collected Early Poems, John Morgan, Salmon Poetry

    Notes from the Dry Country, Ellen Aronofsky Cole, Mayapple Press

    Patricide, Dave Harris, Button Poetry

    Peripheral Vision, Susan Kinsolving, Red Hen Press

    Praising the Paradox, Tina Schumann, Red Hen Press

    Rattle Snake Allegory, Joe Jimenez, Red Hen Press

    Saint Peter and the Goldfinch, Jack Ride, Wayne State University Press

    The Sting of It, A.J. Odasso, Tolsun Books

    Swimming with Shadows, Ethna McKiernan, Salmon Poetry

    This Bright Darkness, Sarah McKinstry-Brown, Black Lawrence Press

    Three Hands None, Denise Bergman, Black Lawrence Press

    The Wanderer, Christine Gosnay, The Chad Walsh Chapbook Series

    Wayward, Katharine Coles, Red Hen Press

    Wild Honey, Tough Salt, Kim Stafford, Red Hen Press

    The Year of the Femme, Cassie Donish, University of Iowa Press


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