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Give Me Inquisitiveness, Exuberance, Neuroses: Lauren Elkin Interviewed by Stephanie LaCava
No 91 92 5

On writing Paris today.

Give Me Inquisitiveness, Exuberance, Neuroses: Lauren Elkin Interviewed by Stephanie LaCava
No 91 92 5

On writing Paris today.

BOMB Retrospective: Revisiting the Six Questions by Mary Jo Bang
An image of Mary Jo Bang's name and a swirling "BOMB's 40th Retrospective" image on the side.

Celebrating 40 years with curated selections from the archive.

Create a Radical and Memorable Equivalent: Mary Jo Bang Interviewed by Sylvia Sukop
Purgatorio1

A new translation with contemporary allusions that reflect the boldness of the original.

Everything Communicates: Alice Notley Interviewed by Jeff Alessandrelli
Runes And Chords4

A new book of poem-drawings.

Call It Desire: Asha Pandya Interviewed by Shruti Swamy
Book cover of  The Archer by Shruti Swamy featuring an Indian woman dancing in a circle.

A conversation with the author’s mother—the novel’s central inspiration—about dance, desire, and more.

Against Human Supremacy: Thalia Field Interviewed by Miranda Mellis
Cover of the book with a parrot on it and bright colors.

A collection of work that advocates for interspecies solidarity.

Gregg Bordowitz’s Some Styles of Masculinity by Svetlana Kitto
Gregg Bordowitz speaking into a microphone from an auditorium stage.

With references rangeing from Lou Reed to the Talmud, activist and writer Gregg Bordowitz’s improvisational lecture considers “whiteness, Jewish humor and mysticism, the ongoing AIDS crisis, and diaspora itself. You know, the light stuff.”

R. Kikuo Johnson’s No One Else by Lee Lai
The cover art for R. Kikuo Johnon's No One Else: a motorboat on a trailer in backyard in front of a fence with flames rising beyond.

R. Kikuo Johnson’s third graphic novel is a “meditative and melancholy story that’s nevertheless bristling with energy and dry humor.”

Tamara Shopsin’s LaserWriter II by Stanley Moss
Cover art from LaserWriter II by Tamara Shopsin

Illustrator and memoirist Tamara Shopsin’s debut novel is set in TekServe, the iconic Mac repair shop of the 1990s, and is populated by geeks, celebrity cameos, and anthropomorphized machine parts.

Myriam J. A. Chancy’s What Storm, What Thunder by Walter Greene
Cover art for Myriam J A Chancy's What Storm What Thunder

Myriam J. A. Chancy’s eighth book follows eleven people whose lives were upended by the catastrophic earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010.

Lincoln Michel’s The Body Scout by Seth Fried
Cover Art The Body Scout Lincoln Michel

Lincoln Michel’s debut novel is a surreal sci-fi noir investigating a scandalous death in a futuristic, pharmaceutical-fueled baseball league.

Our First Mask, The Body: Yelena Moskovich Interviewed by ​Grace Lavery
Portraits of two white women, side by side, one with brown hair sitting in an studio, the other with red hair and a pink background.

On Clowning, Magic, and their BUNKERSLUTS collaboration.

Cross-Disability Solidarity: Shannon Finnegan and Bojana Coklyat Interviewed by Amelia Rina
​Big text fills the cover: ALT-TEXT AS POETRY. Each letter is made of repeated round shapes. The cover is printed on a subdued green paper, the inside pages are a soft white color, and the whole book is bound with a plastic, forest green spiral coil.​​​

A project for resource sharing, discussion, and collaboration about creative approaches to image description.

Reimagining the State: Jonas Eika Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
Cover photo of Jonas Eika's After the Sun which is the title with swirly bright colors all around it.

A collection of short stories by the Danish author addressing global class crisis and inequality.

Acute Cases of Loneliness and Frustration: Matthew Specktor Interviewed by Sean Hooks
Always2

An essay collection that explores place, radical vulnerability, and truth in art.

Small Press Flea 2021 Photos
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The photos from #SPF21 are here. Thank you to all of the presses that exhibited with us!

Sentenced to Life: A Garielle Lutz Roundtable by Sebastian Castillo, Tom Laplaige, Jon Lindsey & Crow Jonah Norlander
Worsted by Garielle Lutz

A discussion of her ongoing legacy as a writer people turn to.

Summon the Moon by Sophie Hoss
Sophie Hoss Gray
Center Love: Caleb Azumah Nelson Interviewed by Rachel Eliza Griffiths
Open Water by Caleb Azumah Nelson

A novel about two Black British artists who fall in love and are forced to face challenges beyond their control.

The Persona is Political: Laura Albert Interviewed by Lindsey Novak
One yellow and one blue audiobook cover of new releases by JT LeRoy i.e. Laura Albert

On the new audiobook recordings that bring JT LeRoy to life.

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