The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage. We cover books that aren’t on the list, so please contact us with all inquiries about book reviews. We only publish interviews and reviews online. We encourage 1000 words per book review. There are typically no word count restrictions for interviews, however. Click on the links to learn more:



Swerve: A Novel of Divergence by Vincent James, McCormick Templeman, & Rowland Saifi

Finding the Vein by Jennifer Hanlon Wilde

Thick Skin by N/A Oparah

Call It Horses by Jessie van Eerden

A Room in Dodge City, Vol. 2: The Blut Branson Era by David Leo Rice

The Big Baby Crime Spree and Other Stories by Darrin Doyle

Walking on Cowrie Shells by Nana Nkweti

The Newer Testaments by Philip Brunetti

Semiotic Love by Brian Phillip Whalen

If or When I Call by Will Johnson

The Reincarnations by Nathan Elias

Mona at Sea by Elizabeth Gonzalez James

Kissing a Tree Surgeon by Eleanor Levine



Edinburgh Notebook by Valerie Mejer Caso

Outgoing Vessel by Ursula Andkjær Olsen

prepoems in postspanish by Jorgenrique Adoum

What Nothing by Anna Meister

Ghost Hour by Laura Cronk

The Earliest Witnesses by G.C. Waldrep

Heaven Beneath by Anne Marie Macari

Now We’re Getting Somewhere by Kim Addonizio

One Strange Country by Stella Hayes

Who’s Your Daddy by Arisa White

Salt Body Shimmer by Aricka Foreman

Forever War by Kate Gaskin

Said No One Ever by Gregory Crosby

that’s what you get by Sheila Maldonado

A Better Place Is Hard to Find by Aaron Fagan

The Burning Where Breath Used to Be by Jen Karetnick



Silent Hill 2 by Mike Drucker

The Angle of Flickering Light by Gina Troisi

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask by Gabe Durham

Sydneyside Reflections by Mark Crimmins

Negative Space by Lily Dancyger

Certain and Impossible Events by Candace Jane Opper

Lyrebird by Meredith Clark


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