BY JONATHAN BAKKEN
Poetry about homelessness, helplessness and the mundane. Bakken has found a way to write about the small ordinary moments of life while seeing both the comedy and tragedy in them.
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IF YOU LOVE ME YOU WON’T HATE ME AMERICAN KRATOM 95818: COME ON IN OUT OF THE WEATHER INTERNET PARTY JANUARY 7, 1994
BY NATALIE ANN ARMSTRONG
The debut poetry collection of American artist Natalie Ann Armstrong. Armstrong writes about California, drugs, the internet, social media and dating in the twenty first century.
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I’ll SHOW YOU WHO’S BOSS
EVEN IF YOU SUFFER AND I
GET IN TROUBLE
SELECTED WORKS OF
KARLOS RENE AYALA
This book contains work selected from Karlos Rene Ayala’s previous books Womanhood (2008) Imaginary Men Love Imaginary Women (2014) Banana Pineapple Papaya Peach (2018) and new writing from his forthcoming book Come Hear The Howler Monkey’s Song.
IS THE WRONG WORD
The first anthology and collaboration between Basset Hound Press and Chapped House. The collected material of Chapped zine issues 1-8. This book includes art and writing from fifty-two contributors.
A NOVEL BY
Racetrack is the debut novel by artist Jordan Nunes. Nunes writes of family, California, Nevada, drinking, gambling and living.
A photographic and poetic study of Brutalist architecture in Northern California.