Our 2024 Subscription Set!
We couldn't be more excited about our 2024 lineup of poetry collections, and now is your chance to sign up to receive the entire set delivered to your doorstep throughout the year. You'll have your copies before they’re available anywhere else.
Just in time for the holidays, this subscription is also the perfect gift for your favorite poetry lover, that close friend of yours living far away, or as a thoughtful gift for yourself (no one knows you better).
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Your subscription will include these six titles:
Stranger by Emily Hunt. Emily Hunt is the author of the poetry collection Dark Green and the chapbook Company. She has also published two books of art: Cousins, a collection of photo prints, and This Always Happens, a series of drawings and short texts. She lives in New York. More info at emilyrhunt.org and @emilyhunt_poet.
Hereafter by Alan Felsenthal. Alan Felsenthal is the author of Lowly (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017). His writing has appeared in BOMB, The Brooklyn Rail, Harper’s, The New York Review of Books, and The New York Times Magazine. He is the co-editor of A Dark Dreambox of Another Kind: The Poems of Alfred Starr Hamilton (The Song Cave, 2013) and the editor of Bookworm: Conversations with Michael Silverblatt (The Song Cave, 2023). He teaches poetry at N.Y.U. Tandon School of Engineering.
The Selkie by Morgan Võ. Morgan Võ is a poet and librarian, and a current member of the Poetry Project Newsletter editorial collective. His poems have most recently appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and Wyrm. Originally from coastal Virginia, he lives now in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The Selkie will be his first full-length book of poems.
Cold Dogs by Zan de Parry. Zan de Parry is a road dog for a tractor auction based out of southern Illinois, and runs KEITH LLC with his brother Matthew Hodges. Cold Dogs will be his first full-length book of poems.
Saturday by Margaret Ross. Margaret Ross is a Harper-Schmidt Fellow at the University of Chicago where she teaches in the Creative Writing Program. Her first book, A Timeshare, was published by Omnidawn in 2015. Recent poems of hers have appeared in Astra, Chicago Review, Harper's, The Paris Review, and Yale Review, and have been anthologized in Best American Poetry and Best American Non-required Reading. Saturday will be her second book of poems.
Many Poems by Roberta Iannamico, translated by Alexis Almeida. Roberta Iannamico lives in Villa Ventana, Argentina. She has published several books of poetry, including El zorro gris, El zorro blanco, Mamuskhas, El collar de fideos, Tendal, and several books for children. Her poems have been translated into English and Portuguese. She co-directs Maravilla Press, and for the past 18 years has worked actively on cultural programming for the Macedonio Fernandez Public Library in Villa Ventana. Alexis Almeida (translator) is the author of I Have Never Been Able to Sing (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2018) and Things I Have Made a Fiction (Oversound, forthcoming). She recently translated Dalia Rosetti's Dreams and Nightmares (Les Figues 2019) and worked on a co-translation of Carlos Soto Román's 11 (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2023). She teaches at the Bard Microcollege at the Brooklyn Public Library, Columbia University's School of Narrative Medicine, and edits 18 Owls Press.