A look at three new anthologies, including Between Paradise and Earth: Eve Poems and The Language of Trees: A Rewilding of Literature and Landscape.
A look at three new anthologies, including A House Called Tomorrow: 50 Years of Poetry From Copper Canyon Press and Relations: An Anthology of African and Diaspora Voices.
A look at four new anthologies, including Bigger Than Bravery: Black Resilience and Reclamation in a Time of Pandemic and When the Smoke Cleared: Attica Prison Poems and Journals.
A look at three new anthologies, including New Weathers: Poetics From the Naropa Archive, edited by Anne Waldman and Emma Gomis.
Four new anthologies including The 2021 Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology: A Selection of the Shortlist and We Are the Baby-Sitters Club: Essays and Artwork From Grown-Up Readers.
A look at three new anthologies, including How We Do It: Black Writers on Craft, Patience, and Skill and Ingenious Pleasures: An Anthology of Punk, Trash, and Camp in Twentieth-Century Poetry.
A look at three new anthologies, including A Darker Wilderness: Black Nature Writing From Soil to Stars and Infinite Constellations: An Anthology of Identity, Culture, and Speculative Conjunctions.
The editor of The Best Short Stories 2022: The O. Henry Prize Winners sees translation as a way of putting a language back in movement by allowing the currents of different languages to mix and blend.
The 2021 guest editor of Ōrongohau: Best New Zealand Poems 2021 discusses the editorial process behind the anthology and what it reveals about contemporary New Zealand poetry.
Since 2015 this indepedent press in Richmond, Virginia, has been championing “offbeat books” of poetry and lyrical nonfiction by queer and trans writers.