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We Must be Willing to Engage: Matthew Clark Davison Interviewed by Lyle Ashton Harris
Doubting Thomas

A novel that explores gay identity, multiracial relationships, class privilege, and the discrepancy between progressive ideals and enduring stereotypes.

We Must be Willing to Engage: Matthew Clark Davison Interviewed by Lyle Ashton Harris
Doubting Thomas

A novel that explores gay identity, multiracial relationships, class privilege, and the discrepancy between progressive ideals and enduring stereotypes.

The 2021 Small Press Wrap-up
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A round-up of titles published by independent presses in 2021.

Zachary Lazar’s The Apartment on Calle Uruguay by Sophie Poole
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David Coles’s Chromatopia: An Illustrated History of Color by Sabine Russ
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Hasanthika Sirisena’s Dark Tourist: Essays by Ilana Masad
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Painting Is a Supreme Fiction: Writings by Jesse Murry, 1980–1993 by Sheryl Oppenheim
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Commiserate, Vent, and Gawk Together: Leigh Stein Interviewed by Gabriel Dozal
What To Miss When 4

A humorous poetry collection that explores pop culture, mortality, and living online during a global pandemic.

Use What’s Available: Nate Lippens Interviewed by Kate Zambreno
My Dead Book1

On the AIDS crisis, the Midwest, and writing from a radiant zero.

From the Archive: Nam Le by Charles D'Ambrosio
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Nam Le revisits his 2009 interview by Charles D’Ambrosio.

Fate and Circumstance: Farah Ali Interviewed by Laura van den Berg
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Fourteen short stories about people who face difficult choices that reveal their deeper truths.

What Remains Between What Is and Isn’t Said: Peter Markus Interviewed by Zach Davidson
When Our Fathers Return To Us As Birds 4

A poetry collection that probes the complexities of grief.

Two Poems by Marcus Wicker
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A Salve for Our General Malaise: Grant Faulkner Interviewed by Taylor Larsen
All The Comfort That Sin Can Provide3

A short story collection about reaching for love and fulfillment.

Miranda Mellis’s Demystifications by Clare Lilliston
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Ninety-nine poems that weave a polyvocal philosophy of the everyday.

House Ceremony by Harris Lahti
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Experiences That Are Pushed to the Margins: Kyle Lucia Wu Interviewed by Jen Lue
Win Me Something5

Coming of age in the in-between.

I Eat My Own Poems: Jane Wong Interviewed by Diana Khoi Nguyen
How To Not Be Afraid3

A collection that documents familial histories across continents and decades, from the Great Leap Forward in China, to contemporary life in America.

Live in Bliss by Akil Kumarasamy
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Writing Across Entire Lifetimes: Joshua Henkin Interviewed by Paula Bomer
Morningside Heights by Joshua Henkin

A novel that explores how a family grapples with dementia.

The Power of Digital Literary Advocacy: Gayatri Sethi Interviewed by Anjali Enjeti
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A story of multicultural and multinational identity about the inner life of belonging.

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