by Charles Holdefer

Shapeshifting – Michelle Ross

by

Ross’s writing probes and tests assumptions that we often take for granted, and raises questions that will leave the reader musing, long after a story is finished.

No One is Talking About This – Patricia Lockwood

by

Its voice is powerful but unrelieved by other voices, by a readiness to put into question its own articulateness.

Lift Up the Stone: The Gospel According to Jonathan – Jonathan Harrington

by

Idiosyncratic and sometimes startling, these poems demonstrate both the elasticity of the sonnet form and the meditations of a fertile, original mind.

Selling the Farm: Descants from a Recollected Past – Debra Di Blasi

by

Selling the Farm does not offer an easy, glib greenness. A post-anthropocentric perspective — i.e., we need to get over ourselves — is a quixotic adventure, perhaps doomed, but a necessary leap of the imagination.