20 September 2017
Allison Titus reveals the animal in the human, and the human in the animal.
Cortney Lamar Charleston
The winner of the 2016 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, selected by D.A. Powell
Elyse Fenton’s follow-up to her critically acclaimed first book furthers the great themes of women in wartime.
The newest offering by Catherine Pierce is a whirlwind of poetic brilliance!
Winner of the 2015 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, selected by Mary Ruefle!
Grief and desire cartwheel through the pages of Stephanie Rogers’ debut collection.
Mixing science with humor, humanity, whimsy and love, Jason Zuzga’s debut collection is a revelation.
Michael Robins’s In Memory of Brilliance and Value is an elegy to a modern-day America that is uncontainable, uncontrollable, and unstoppable
Winner of the 2014 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, selected by Gerald Stern
Laurie Saurborn Young
Laurie Saurborn Young’s second collection is an impressive indictment of what it means to live in America in the 21st century
What if all women try to Steal It Back?
Martha Silano’s newest collection of cosmic lingo tango.