The Engineers

Katy Lederer

High Lonesome

Allison Titus

Cutting the Stems

Virginie Lalucq
(tr. Claire McQuerry and Céline Bourhis)

Saturnalia Updates and News

Leah Poole Osowski’s poem Temporally is the November 16th feature for Poetry Daily! Read the full text at poems.com, and pick up a copy of Exceeds Us from the Bookstore.

The Engineers by Katy Lederer has been featured in The New York Times Fall Poetry Picks!

Click here to see the full list at the New York Times, or check the Sunday Book Review on Oct 29th.

Get your copy of The Engineers here.

They’re here! Visit the Bookstore for The Engineers by Katy Lederer, High Lonesome by Allison Titus, and Cutting the Stems by Virginie Lalucq, translated by Claire McQuerry and Céline Bourhis. Enjoy all three and save money with our Fall 2023 Subscription.

Katy Lederer’s forthcoming book, The Engineers, has been thoughtfully reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly. We so are excited for the October 15th release along with the rest of our fall books.

Click here to read the review at Publisher’s Weekly, and pre-order your copy here.

Our winners have been announced! The winning manuscript, Along the Road Everyone Must Travel by Danielle Pafunda, was chosen for the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize by guest judge Hoa Nguyen.

Saturnalia Books’ staff selected Resemblance/與 by Jonathan Chou and SLIP by Nicole Callihan for the two Alma Book Awards.

Click here to see our full press release and learn more!

Our spring books have arrived! Visit the Bookstore for Leah Poole Osowski’s Exceeds Us, Owen McLeod’s Before After and Lee Upton’s The Day Every Day Is, winner of the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize.

Jimmie Cumbie has praised Jacob Sunderlin’s debut This We in the Back of the House in his review at Plume Poetry, describing the poems as “a big beating heart meeting serious craft.”

You can read the full review here. If you don’t have Jacob Sunderlin’s book yet, you can get your copy at the bookstore.

Lee Upton’s newest book The Day Every Day Is, described as “a vivid, compelling collection by an erudite poet,” has been reviewed by Kirkus Reviews. Click here to read the full review from Kirkus Reviews at their official website. You can find Lee Upton’s book as part of our Spring 2023 releases.

Leah Poole Osowski’s book Exceeds Us has been reviewed by Publishers Weekly! Click here to read the full review from Publishers Weekly at their official website. You can get a copy of Osowski’s book as part of our Spring 2023 releases.

We are excited to announce that Dolore Minimo by Giovanna Christina Vivinetto, translated from Italian by Gabriella Fee and Dora Malech, has been selected for the 2023 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation Longlist. Congratulations to all those involved!

Learn more about the PEN America awards and see all of the works featured on the 2023 longlists. Click here to learn more about Dolore Minimo and purchase a copy.

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