Author: Kait Burrier

At Home in the New World

In her debut essay collection, Maria Terrone—a Queens native born to first-generation Italian-American parents—brings to life memories and musings on topics like food, family, fear, and one New Yorker’s journey in the face of them all. Written in conversational prose…

Early Harvest

Early Harvest: Poems New and Selected by Euphrates Arnaut Moss, $16.00 (Unbound Content) “Euphrates Arnaut Moss has been writing since age 3 or so,” begins the bio on the back of Moss’s chapbook, Early Harvest: Poems New and Selected. I’ll…

So We Lost Paradise

So We Lost Paradise: selected poems by Jaun Cameron with translations by Cola Franzen, Steven F. White, and Roger Hickin Cold Hub Press In So We Lost Paradise, Juan Cameron presents a bilingual selection of poems spanning decades of the Chilean…

The Dark Cave Between My Ribs

The Dark Cave Between My Ribs, by Loren Kleinman, $13.99 (Winter Goose Publications) The Dark Cave Between My Ribs, Loren Kleinman‘s second collection of poetry, navigates confessional content with tidy, minimalist stanzas. Readers aren’t advised to judge books by their covers,…

All That Remains

All That Remains By Brian Fanelli Unbound Content, $13.71   All That Remains, Brian Fanelli’s first full-length poetry collection, follows the narrative introduced in his chapbook, Frontman. The speaker takes the reader on a tour of a small northeastern town, focusing on…