Drinking to Sainthood is a powerful collection of poetry and prose that tells Devine's journey through addiction, marriage, death, and redemption. Cover by Baby Boudwin.
"Drinking to Sainthood is a lifeline for those of us that have survived rock bottom and homage to those that didn't. A profound and cautious study in mourning, self preservation, and the lengths our hearts will take us to love our kin and ourselves, no matter the cost."
-Desireé Dallagiacomo, author of SINK
Edited by Sabrina Benaim, Nicole Tracii, and Josh Savory.
I Wish I Wasn't Royalty: In Stock!!!
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Are you over middle school yet? Are you sure? Catherine Weiss's debut full-length collection includes poetry about adolescence and after. Weiss asks how, exactly, does one recover from growing up a girl? Desire, fatness, addiction, queerness, gender identity, mental illness, family, and trauma are all explored incisively. Making the most of pop culture touchstones ranging from Smashmouth's All Star to Hesiod's Theogony, Wolf Girls Vs. Horse Girls finds a thrilling, new weird. Weiss's smart and playful use of form is contrasted with a willingness to evoke deep emotions, and these poems coalesce into a collection that is joyful, funny, and poignant.
"Wolf Girls Vs. Horse Girls is all ode and fervor, it’s earthy, it’s sharp. it’s your best friend whispering confessions on the night drive and then you say “wait me too” and then you both say “i thought i was the only one.”"
-Jess Rizkallah, author of The Magic My Body Becomes
Award-winning writer, performer, and filmmaker Marshall "gripp" Gillson presents their first collection of shorts with The Fainting Game (and Other Stories). After spending a decade earning accolades as a spoken word artist, this collection offers the author's perspective in a new format: closet screenplays.
The scripts, written to be enjoyed on the page and in the mind rather than onscreen, explore the influence of racial capitalism on art, notions of self in the digital age, juvenile depression, and the surreal experience of an antinormative life. Characters in six short scripts invite readers to discover the magical in the worlds of their stories, and in turn the wonder in our own.