Jul 1 2017

Skyscrapers and the dead. Breath is exhaust fumes and dirt. I am sloth-like through deciduous maples. Rain rivulets straight and black like daddy’s belt, children yell in the street. Mirrors in the gutters. An old boyfriend’s memory kicks me, follows me into the alley. His kiss, an ending, I should have fucked him, then told […]

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Aug 12 2017

Dylan Krieger’s collection, no ledge left to love, is the recipient of the Ping-Pong Free Press poetry prize of 2017, chosen by judge and poetry badass, Brian Henry. It is my extreme pleasure to share with you a sneak peek–one of my favorite poems out of this fascinating and essential collection, release date: December 1, […]

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“A perfect book of poems for the contemplative weirdo.” —Lena Dunham

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Invitation to a Rescue by Kate Lutzner is a poetry book “forged from a steely endurance, wrought in the delicacy of language, there is an urgency to the poems in Invitation to a Rescue that propels the reader forward.” –Dorianne Laux

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A few years ago we printed up a few T-shirts based on the cover of my book which I loved: Pussy, poems about things you think are pornographic. The cover was created by Michael Willis, who’s been my friend since I was 14 years old. We met in photography class. He has done the covers […]

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What does “Pussy” mean?  On the playground, it means wimp; in the bedroom, it means female genitalia.  But to many feminists, and many women who ground their work in a sense of pride about the female body, “pussy” is a call to arms, a in-your-face riot-grrl exclamation about purely bad-ass female experience.  Maria Garcia Teutsch’s Pussy: […]

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Maria Garcia Teutsch’s collection, The Revolution Will Have its Sky, won the 2015 Minerva Rising chapbook competition, judge: Heather…

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