LF in the News

Coyote named a best book of 2015 in several lists!

Increasingly, Winnette’s America is the only one I recognize in fiction...

The Book of Feral Flora reviewed on The Volta Blog

There is a certain delight in the randomness, the feralness of the floral prose...

A Story of Witchery and For Want and Sound in SPD sale!

It's hard to know what to get that special someone in your life, especially when that person is a poet...

Dodie Bellamy writes about Things To Do With Your Mouth

 

Dodie Bellamy writes about Divya Victor‘s Things To Do With Your...

Laurie Anderson mentions Guantanamo in The New Yorker

I have tried many times to imagine the process of interrogation...

rob mclennan reviews TrenchArt Monographs

The pieces gathered in this anthology breathe a collective sigh in a multitude of directions...

Poetxt reviews Kern

Lastly, any attempt to “decode”, as if beaulieu's concrete poems were a cipher of sorts, is counterproductive ‘patacapitalistically speaking'...

TrenchArt Monographs reviewed in Washington Independent Review

It rattles my neurons so I have to go slowly in surrender to this multiplex wonderland...

Among the Dead digested at Jacket2

We might say that the present is a medium for the past...

PANK reviews kern

...each poem playfully dares the individual reader to discover different associations, different textual memories from within...

Publisher’s Weekly explores Leave Your Body Behind

There is room enough in Doller's work for a breadth of images and sly narratives; it's more expansive than most books, yet it remains unified...

Scout Reviews Things to Do With Your Mouth

It’s both exhaustive and exhausting, so much so that the vivid descriptions of expulsions and secretions in the following section are a welcome horror...