by Davy Knittle

Publishers Weekly Starred Review

This important 18th book from poet and cultural critic Koestenbaum (My 1980s and Other Essays) is not a radical departure from earlier work, but it is a departure in technique. Written over the course of a year, the book looks and feels like the cut-and-paste fragments of a journal. Over the course of 34 sections, these “lines not knowing/ they’re abstract” paint an all-too-realistic picture of the author and his obsessions.

Interview in Taos Journal of Poetry & Art

In this brilliant second book, LETTERRS, Diné poet Orlando White takes space, sound, and silence into the very page.

The Volta

by Alan Ramón Clinton


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