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Our Numbered Days
I first encountered Neil Hilborn when I came across a viral performance of his original slam piece “OCD” which can be found here. This poem is located in [...]
Author: Neil Hilborn
Publisher: Button Poetry
Genre: Poetry
Marys of the Sea
In the collection, “Marys of the Sea,” Joanna C. Valente forces her readers to walk around with her amongst the debris of her body and mind in the wake of [...]
Author: Joanna C. Valente
Publisher: ELJ Publications
Genre: Poetry
We Are As Gods
One of most telling features of Kate Daloz’s book, We Are as Gods, about the Back to the Land movement of the 1970s, is its ability to make the reader [...]
Author: Kate Daloz
Publisher: Public Affairs
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Opposite of Loneliness
In May of 2012, Marina Keegan graduated magna cum laude from Yale University. She lost her life in a car accident shortly after. Two years following [...]
Author: Marina Keegan
Publisher: Scribner
Genre: Non-Fiction
Para Cenar Habrá Nostalgia
Yesterday, I called my mother and I told her, “feliz cumpleaños de tu patria.” On February 27, 1844, the Dominican War of independence between Haiti and [...]
Author: Fior E. Plasencia
Publisher: Dominican Writers Association Press
Publisher: DWA Press
Genre: Poetry
Smiling, Dying, Living
this day’s singular existence in time, the native field flourishing selfishly, only for itself. In Bright Dead Things, Ada Limón illuminates how one life [...]
Author: Ada Limón
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
Genre: Poetry
A Court of Thorns and Roses
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas is an incredible fiction novel. Maas is an epic story teller, giving any fan of young adult fiction the [...]
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Genre: Fiction
Hauko/Love Poems
June Jordan’s Haruko/Love Poems aches, the language flurrying off of the pages in its need to be read. Jordan makes no attempt to conform her subject [...]
Author: June Jordan
Publisher: High Risk Books
Genre: Poetry
Tell the Wolves I’m Home
“Tell the Wolves I’m Home” is Carol Rifka Brunt’s debut novel, following fourteen-year-old June in the middle of the 1980s AIDS epidemic. [...]
Author: Carol Rifka Brunt
Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperbacks
Genre: Fiction
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
A tale as old as time – or at least the mid-twentieth century: Do androids really dream of electric sheep? is one told by Philip K. Dick in his [...]
Author: Philip K. Dick
Genre: Fiction