West of Love
by Francis Davis
ISBN 978-1-944467-07-4, $16.95
“West of Love is a fierce and moving elegy to young love in a world that’s about to change, in essential ways, forever. The narrator of these linked stories tries to plumb his life and attachments in the ‘90s for clues to the man he is in middle age, and he does so in a pungent and obsessive voice that aches with yearning for the mysterious just-beyond. A memorable debut collection by a writer who knows how to get to the heart of it.”—Deirdre McNamer, author of Red Rover
This House That
by Peter Grandbois
ISBN 978-1-944467-05-0, $12.99
WINNER OF THE BRIGHTHORSE PRIZE IN POETRY
In this haunting collection of new poems, "Peter Grandbois takes on marriage, fatherhood, the ravages of family life. He brings a piercing, dreamlike attention to everything in a packed household that isn’t there: what can’t be said, what shouldn’t be said..”—Joanna Klink, author of Excerpts from a Secret Prophecy
by Thomas Dillon Redshaw
Elegant and lyrical and ranging in setting from Minnesota to Ireland, many of the poems in Mortal confront the issues of age and the end of life. But they also open our eyes to the overlooked wonders of the natural world. Mortal is a milestone collection by a poet at the top of his form, writing poems of deep sensibility, whimsy, and wonder.
Every Mask I Tried On
by Alina Stefanescu
ISBN 978-1944467081, $16.95
WINNER OF THE BRIGHTHORSE PRIZE IN SHORT FICTION
In this award-winning collection of short fiction, Alina Stefanescu brings an immigrant's sharp eye to the American way of life. In prose that reminds us of the best of Grace Paley, Every Mask I Tried On is by turns smart, funny, and profound.