The winner of the National Book Critic's Circle Award and a finalist for the National Book Award celebrates Julius Erving, "Dr. J," one of the most influential basketball players of the 20th century, in this book length poem. Original.109 pp.
A sustained meditation on that which goes away—loved ones, the seasons, the earth as we know it—that tries to find solace in the processes of the garden and the orchard.109 pp.
Aurielle Marie’s 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 chronicle of melancholy and reaction to the monotony of racism offers poems about loneliness, fear, fatigue, rage and love, holding fatherhood against the vulnerability of the Black male body, aging and urban decay.67 pp.
A former Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress provides instructions on writing and revising poems.168 pp.