Hephaestus Reloaded – Efesto Reloaded

FORTHCOMING Summer 2018

This bilingual (English/Italian) publication, whose five authors are from Greece, Italy, and the US, invokes as its first inspiration the myth of Hephaestus who embodied a twofold entity: both handicapped and technically capable. The myth of Hephaestus has been passed across the centuries as an ancient metaphor signifying the idea of becoming-world, in which any[…]

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Published: 10/05/2017

Read Tina Žigon’s Introduction Here! There have been many iterations of the Joan of Arc story: “testimonies,” books, and films have attempted to capture the drama of one of history’s most famous gender warriors. But few, if any, have been undertaken by an author who met her subject matter with such recognition and insight, a[…]

Covert Plants: Vegetal Consciousness and Agency in an Anthropocentric World

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FORTHCOMING Autumn 2017

Covert Plants contributes to newly emerging discourses on the implications of vegetal life for the arts and culture. This stretches to changes in our perception of ‘nature’ and to the adapting roles of botany, evolutionary ecology, and environmental aesthetics in the humanities. Its editors and contributors seek various expressions of vegetal life rather than the[…]

Of Great Importance

FORTHCOMING Winter 2018

Of Great Importance is the 17th volume of poetry of Nachoem M. Wijnberg, one of the most prominent living Dutch poets. Wijnberg’s poetry is known for its deceptively plain language and his poems, according to the poet, can be read well by anyone who can read a newspaper. The poems in Of Great Importance fully engage with[…]

Bathroom Songs: Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick as a Poet

Published: 11/10/2017

Read Jason Edwards’ Introduction to Bathroom Songs Here! Bathroom Songs: Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick as a Poet is the first book of essays to consider the poetry of one of the twentieth- and early twenty-first-century’s most important literary, affect, and queer theorists. Acclaimed as one of the “truly innovative” poets of her generation by Maud Ellmann,[…]

Murder Ballads

Published: 06/27/2016

Download an excerpt of Murder Ballads! England, 1798. You buy a book of poems. An anonymous volume. You carry it home in your jacket pocket, set it on a table in your sitting room while you munch a midday meal of meat and bread. . . . In 1798, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge were engaged in[…]

Solar Calendar: And Other Ways of Marking Time

Published: 02/24/2017

How to be philosophical, how to be good and ethical and interconnected. How to be responsible, how to be free. Through his intrepid hybrid of critical essay, poetry, and memoir, Jeremy Bendik-Keymer has plumbed every part of himself to answer these questions. The result, Solar Calendar, is a truly holistic work, suffused with intelligence, honesty, beauty, and care.

~Alex Shakar, author of Luminarium

Destroyer of Naivetés

Published: 11/07/2015

Go Here for Accompanying CD by Cave Bacchus (Joseph Nechvatal, Black Sifichi & Rhys Chatham)! Joseph Nechvatal’s epic passion poem, Destroyer of Naivetés, takes up a position of excess from within a society that believes that the less you conceal, the stranger you become. We live and love in a culture where surveillance/intrusion is tied[…]