Michael Flatt’s review of Richard Froude’s FABRIC appears in this issue of NewPages. A version of L.S. Bassen’s earlier review of Susan Scarlata’s It Might Turn Out We Are Real is also here. Check them out!
This summer from Horse Less Press: Deseret by Kirsten Jorgenson and SEWN by Nathan Hauke.
Kirsten Jorgenson is the co-editor of Ark Press. Her writing can be found in The AndNow Awards, Blazevox, Horse Less Review, Sidebrow and We Are So Happy to Know Something. Her chapbook, Accidents of Distance, is forthcoming from dancing girl press.
Nathan Hauke is the author of chapbooks Stray Music (Furniture Press PO25¢EM Series 2011) and In the Living Room (Lame House Press 2010). His poetry has been published in American Letters & Commentary, BlazeVox, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Electronic Poetry Review, Eleven Eleven, Greatcoat, Horse Less Review, Interim, New American Writing, Parthenon West, Peaches & Bats, Real Poetik, Twenty Six, and We Are So Happy To Know Something among others. He is co-editor of Ark Press with Kirsten Jorgenson.
Excerpts, images, and ordering information forthcoming!