Pre-order news for our newest book, BRONZEVILLE AT NIGHT: 1949.
Look where HARBORS by Donald Quist landed last quarter.
Check out some recent recognition for HARBORS by Donald Quist and THIS IS NOT A CONFESSION by David Olimpio.
The holidays are around the corner. If you're still looking for gifts, we have options. Check out our book bundle or our first broadside or pick up a few chapbooks.
"During contentious presidential elections such as the one that just ended, some voters tend to offer up the notion of leaving the United States should candidate X win. The threat gets tossed about too glibly, especially when for years citizens have left this country after experiencing real—not anticipated—trials and hardships. Donald Quist, a black American writer and English lecturer living in Bangkok, Thailand, is one such expatriate and he examines his life and the urge to seek a new one abroad in a powerful essay collection."
David Olimpio's This Is Not a Confession explores many topics. This excerpt from one of the essays covers teenagers trying to navigate social interactions with sex just over the horizon.
A letter to his father...
Check out our short-story nomination for the Pushcart Prize.
Where is the Black body safe? When can it be joyful without criticism? Check out Jayy Dodd's smart essay, "The Impossible Outside (Or, A Zumbi's Autopsy".
Sophfronia Scott participated in our annual essay series with "Of Flesh and Spirit", which explores spirituality, sexuality, and the pleasures of one's body.