The winner of the National Book Critic's Circle Award and a finalist for the National Book Award celebrates Dr. J, Julius Erving, one of the most influential basketball players of the 20th century, in this book length poem. 109 pp.
Tells the story of the early career of Bass Reeves, one of the greatest lawmen in American history, and his life as a slave before he became a deputy U.S. marshal. 226 pp.
A raw, angry, at times comical, at times heartbreaking novel provides an unflinching look at reservation life and serves as an unyielding tribute to a generation without many choices. 247 pp.
Winner of the Cave Canem Prize, this stunning debut is a cauldron of hearty poems exploring race, gender, desire and violence in the lives of Black gxrls, soaring against the backdrop of a contemporary South. 109 pp.
A dominant figure in American poetry for decades, Louise Glück has been the recipient of virtually every major poetry award, including the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2020. This study explores how this prolific poet utilizes masks of characters from history, the Bible, and even fairy tales. 274 pp.