PECULIAR HERITAGE by Demisty D. Bellinger will have you contemplating America’s long history and negotiating revolution in spite of seeming futility. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say about this Mason Jar Press poetry collection.
EYE, APOCALYPSE by Erik Fuhrer is a rabid, decaying, scotch-drinking, napping, strutting, and altogether unique end of the world. Check out what Joshua Bligh has to say about this Spuyten Duyvil poetry collection.
SUGAR THE BLACKBERRIES by Joan Peck Arnold an inspiring and vivid collection of poems about life and love and beauty. Check out what Susan Morris of IBR has to say about this June Road Press poetry collection.
BOOK FOR LONELY EVENINGS by Ethan R. Ray is An evocative yet calming collection of poems perfect for self-reflection. Check out what Frank Pizzoli of IBR has to say about this Resource Publications book.
thimbles by Vanessa Shields is a beautiful story of life and love interwoven like stitches to bring a pattern together. Check out what Susan E Morris has to say about this Palimpest Press poetry collection.
AMNESIA by Hal Y Zhang is a bold and staccato dance with form and sound that explores an identity pulled in multiple directions. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh has to say about this Newfound poetry chapbook.
“30 Indie Press Books You Might Have Missed from the Start of the Pandemic” by Mara Franzen is a book listicle of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books published in Spring 2020. Presses include Milkweed, Split/Lip Press, Bull City Press, and more.
SATURDAY NIGHT SAGE by Noah C. Lekas is a gritty poetry collection telling tales of a bar-visiting, cigarette-rolling, whisky-slurping wayfarer. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh of Independent Book Review has to say about this Blind Owl book.