From Finishing Line Press, this collection features Pushcart Prize nominated poems from Always Crashing and Priestess & Hierophant Press.
This collection published by BlazeVOX documents a 4,280-mile cross-country bicycle journey of things found, repurposed, and upcycled.
New from Red Dashboard, this illustrated linked-collection of essays brings together cycling and a love for dogs.
Collaboratively written with Andrea Blythe, this forthcoming chapbook from Finishing Line Press explores the received images of the feminine in fairy tales.
This collection revisits the troll in fairy tales and includes Pushcart Prize nominated poems that appeared in Mobius, Silver Blade, and The Citron Review.
Bared: Contemporary Poetry and Art on Bras and Breasts anthology collects the work of 170 contemporary women poets and artists.
A 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist for Sports, Velocipede is a poetry collection about bicycles inspired by RAGBRAI.
A 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist for Pets & Animals, this is a collaborative book of poetry and art of the feline fancy.
Honor Book Award Winner for the 2017 Nebraska Book Award for Illustration, this collaborative book of poetry and art is a tree love story.
A modern retelling of the Morgan le Fay myth, this collection includes District Lit's 2015 Poetry Prize Finalist “When We’re Not Hiking.”
The Hunger of the Cheeky Sisters is a collaborative book of art and short stories on girlhood and hunger.
Winner of the 2016 Independent Publisher Bronze Book Award (IPPY Award), Drink explores the mercurial myths of mermaids and the stories we tell of water.
Who is death - Inanna, Persephone, lady of death? Wake journeys through the underworld and the land of the living where monsters still chase.
On a quaint vacation to the ocean, a Midwestern couple finds drift bottles and tries to break their mysterious messages.
Threnody explores the figure of lady-death, an icon come to life in these poems about the death cart, the death kiss, and a narrative dance with death.
American Galactic explores the sci-fi realm of Martians, crop circles, abductions, and an extraterrestrial invasion as it arrives at our door.
This campy, contemporary retelling of Bluebeard charts the love of three sisters who each marry the same man upon the demise of the sister who preceded her.
Delving into the myths and stories of mermaids, Spindrift swirls with the complicated gendered images of women living half in and half out of water.
An Honor Book Award Winner for the 2015 Nebraska Book Award for Illustration, this collaborative book pairs body prints and illustrations with poetry.
These are poems are based on the life of lecturer and suffragist Matilda Fletcher who spoke among luminaries like Susan B. Anthony and Francis Willard.
From Lilith’s perspective - the first wife of Adam who was banished from garden - this chapbook is a retelling of the myths about her.
An extra-terrestrial adventure of alien abductions and Midwest invasion, Stranger Still wonders what happens when we let Martians through our front door.
In 1905 Geo Felts, brother of suffragist Matilda Fletcher, was charged with murder. This chapbook ponders the circumstances that lead to the life sentence.
Cover Art by Elayne Safir Selected for the Nebraska 150 Book List The anthology Women Write Resistances: Poets Resist Gender Violence (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013) views poetry as a transformative…
The poems in this letterpress book are inspired by the life of a suffragist who was also Laura Madeline Wiseman's great-great-great-grandmother.
In this debut full-length collection, Sprung seeks to transform and reclaim the ways the English language genders and sexualizes.
Farm Hands is a limited edition letterpress book published by Gold Quoin Press housed at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.
She Who Loves Her Father explores Cleopatra myths, stories of mummies, and journeys through the underworld.
Branding Girls delves into consumerism, brands, and advertising while using the ekphrasis to respond to contemporary women artists and their work.
Ghost Girl explores memory loss after relocation. While many of the poems are traditional in form, Ghost Girl reclaims the heroic journey as a female one.