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



No Good for Digging by Dustin M. Hoffman

The Fabulous Dead by Andriana Minou

History of an Executioner by Clancy McGilligan

Driftless Quintet by Joe Sacksteder

Holding Smoke by Steph Post

Suicide Woods by Benjamin Percy

Tender Cuts by Jayne Martin

Furies: Thus Spoke by O’Brian Gunn

Soft Fruit in the Sun by Oliver Zarandi

Texas Crude by Thomas Kearnes

Besotted by Melissa Duclo

You Might Forget the Sky Was Ever Blue by Michael Chin

Circus Folk by Michael Chin

Kansastan by Farooq Ahmed

A Dog Between Us by duncan b. barlow

Circus + The Skin by Keith McCleary

The Nurseryman by Arthur Allen



Story by Jennifer Firestone

Elementary Poetry by Andrei Monastyrski

Utopia Pipe Dream Memory by Anna Gurton Wachter

Crybaby Bridge by Kathy Goodkin

Ganbatte by Sarah Kortemeier

In Salem by Catherine Corman

Triage by Abigail Kirby Conklin

Inside the Golden Days of Missing You by Nate Logan

Star Map with Action Figures by Carl Phillips

Odd Boy by Martin Jude Farawell

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

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

the sun a blazing zero by Shira Dentz

Huge Cloudy by Bill Carty

Bully Love by Patricia Colleen Murphy



Entryways into memories that might assemble me, by Freda Epum

Million Dollar Red by Gleah Powers

People I’ve Met on the Internet by Stephen van Dyck

Relief by Execution by Gint Aras

THE DISTANCE BETWEEN: A Memoir by Timothy J. Hillegonds


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