The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage:



They Could Have Named Her Anything by Stephanie Jimenez

Besotted by Melissa Duclo

You Might Forget the Sky Was Ever Blue by Michael Chin

Circus Folk by Michael Chin

A Hawk in the Woods by Carrie Laben

A Sick Gray Laugh by Nicole Cushing

Odsburg by Matt Tompkins

Always Blue by John Dermot Woods

Like Wings, Your Hands by Elizabeth Earley

Driving in Cars with Homeless Men by Kate Wisel

Circus + The Skin by Keith McCleary

The Book of Jeremiah by Julie Zuckerman

The Wagners by John Colasacco

The Hypothetical Man by Paul Maliszewski & Ryan Weil

Hazel by David Huddle

What Could Be Saved by Gregory Spatz

The Color Inside a Melon by John Domini

The Nurseryman by Arthur Allen

The Big Red Herring by Andrew Farkas



Undoll by Tanya Grae

Scorpionic Sun by Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine (translated by Conor Bracken)

World’d Too Much: The Selected Poetry of Russell Atkins (edited by Kevin Prufer & Robert E. McDonough)

Advantages of Being Evergreen by Oliver Baez Bendorf

Sun Cycle by Anne Lesley Selcer

The People’s Field by Haesong Kwon

Some Glad Morning by Barbara Cooker

Life in a Country Album by Nathalie Handal

Ringer by Rebecca Lehmann

Because What Else Could I Do by Martha Collins

the sun a blazing zero by Shira Dentz

Huge Cloudy by Bill Carty

Bully Love by Patricia Colleen Murphy

Look Look Look by Callista Buchen



Codependence by Amy Long

This Particular Happiness: A Childless Love Story by Jackie Shannon Hollis

And It Begins Like This by LaTanya McQueen

Time’s Up by Robert Cobat

Everything Lost Is Found Again by Will McGrath



Constantly by GG

Bradley of Him by Connor Willumsen

Stunt by Michael DeForge

Rat Time by Keiler Roberts

The Death of the Master by Patrick Kyle

Sports Is Hell by Ben Passmore


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