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The Supine Cobbler

By Jill Connell
Categories: Drama

A contemporary clinical abortion in the spirit of a Western.

The Doctor introduces the gang: The Supine Cobbler (wanted), her estranged sister (dead by hanging), her former best friend (missing, presumed ...

Dead White Men

By Shane Rhodes
Categories: Poetry

A vital collection that interrogates the stories of the dead white men that litter our histories and landscapes.

Juxtaposing the seemingly benign names of Europeans that permeate our geographies with ...

Common Place

By Sarah Pinder
Categories: Poetry

Common Place explores the stories of shifting, resilient bodies and landscapes bound by systems of capital and power. From thin threads of text messages across borders to encounters with strangers in the ...

Curry

No two curries are the same. This Curry asks why the dish is supposed to represent everything brown people eat, read, and do.

Curry is a dish that doesn't quite exist, but, as this hilarious and sharp ...

Incarnations

By (photographer) Janieta Eyre
Edited by Suzanne Zelazo
Text by Christian Bök
Categories: Photography

Incarnations showcases twenty years of Eyre's uniquely performative portraits deconstructing what it means to be a thinker, woman, and subject.Incarnations is the first collection to make accessible a ...

Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie

By Jay Ritchie
Categories: Poetry

Ritchie discovers and obstructs truths, like the difficulty of being at the bar and being a lilac bush simultaneously.

I bought tear-resistant pants
just in case

I'm not

a good guy underneath it all,
being ...

If Clara

By Martha Baillie
Categories: Fiction

A mysterious manuscript falls into a bed-ridden writer's lap in this novel of broken bones, Syrian folktales, and plummets of all varieties.

In If Clara, nobody stands on firm ground. Daisy, an author ...

Drakkar Noir

By Jeramy Dodds
Categories: Poetry

This mirror's selfie-proof, a machine that dams back the gloom.

After a brief period of mourning, it was the afternoon.
This mirror is selfie-proof, a machine that dams
back the gloom. When machines dream ...

My Ariel

By Sina Queyras
Categories: Poetry

A poem-by-poem engagement with Sylvia Plath's Ariel and the towering mythology surrounding it.

When I am a bitch I feel in such good company.
Nice girls never gave me anything but trouble,

Eating the ground ...

Hard To Do

From Jane Austen to Taylor Swift, a look at the surprising politics of romantic love and its dissolution.

Whatever the underlying motives – be they love, financial security, or mere masochism – the ...