Chris Siders’s new work explores two contemporary concerns: white supremacist violence and the horrors of covid. But rather than imagining that these function separately, Siders uses the poem as a net to connect them to the way capitalism, militarism, and the U.S. nation-state itself can violently structure our experiences and very lives.
Sheffield experiments with blatantly disrespecting institutional norms and how we interact with them. This new work challenges hierarchies both in heaven and on earth.
Release date: January 2022$5, including shipping Zoe Baker’s succinct analysis outlines how methods of revolution which rely on seizing state power reproduce the systems and ways of living that we are hoping to destroy.
Garcia’s work bears traces of his influences: from jazz to hip hop to Langston Hughes.
Erwin’s occult-inspired poems are a reverent ode to the darkness and chaos of human emotion.