HaymarketBooks, an independent publisher of political nonfiction and poetry, currently is offering 90% off on all their e-books, until this Friday (Nov. 9th). Ahead of the sale’s conclusion, I wanted to run through my favorite Haymarket e-titles.
Mini reviews of two poetry collections responding to the shifting state of American politics: Eileen Myles’s Evolution and Terrance Hayes’s American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin.
Weekly updates and mini poetry reviews for sam sax’s Bury It, Eve Ewing’s Electric Arches, and Hieu Minh Nguyen’s Not Here.
I had the chance to pick up a new volume of poetry each weekend in September, except for the last, and each in a different store.
Mini reviews of two nonfiction anthologies I read this summer: The Feminist Utopia Project and The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks about Race.
As September draws to an end, I’m planning on splitting my reading between poetry collections and feminist prose, including Roxane Gay’s memoir Hunger and sam sax’s latest work.
The first anthology of Native poets in decades, New Poets of Native Nations spotlights the vast scope and deep impact of new Native poetry.