A mother on getting acquainted with her postpartum libido.
i will erect the new paradise / i will build and decorate it / LIKE a garden in an outgoing/incoming vessel / with ornamented walls / with a basin in the floor
A poetry collection that explores American capitalism, trauma, and the absurd precision of objects.
The last attempt on the life of Andrew Haswell Green took place on Park Avenue in 1903. News of his murder filled the front page of the New York Times: “‘Father of Greater New York’ Shot in Front of His Home.”
A collection of essays that are charming, quirky, and at odds with each other.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of Jonathan Lee’s new novel The Great Mistake.
A nonfiction project that uses inventive storytelling to create a new thought paradigm about climate change.
Celebrating the better hell of her own making.
A story collection about parenting in a post-apocalyptic world.
A collection of essays about leaving a cult, joining the air force, being homeless, coming out, and finding your way to yourself through words.
Stories that explore pain, obsession, and desire.
Excerpted from the memoir, Negative Space
In this short story, an artist father and his son, an art critic, have a dramatic and telling confrontation at a gallery opening.
“Each time they told me to smile I felt at risk for oblivion, as if it wasn’t me that they were looking at but, rather, some bright reflection of themselves, some aspiration gnarled against their own self-perception.”
A novel about the hyper-ritualistic insularity of elite institutions, the friendships that forge there, and the implosions that await.