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If you’ve been feeling as hopeless as I have lately, you need to read Sarahland, Sam Cohen’s super queer, super sparkly debut collection of short stories. I borrowed it on audiobook from Libby because the algorithms put it in a list of similar titles to Violent Bent Backwards Over the Grass (previously my favorite audiobook, readers may recall).… read more.
During Pride Month, we are taking the opportunity to celebrate some of the many incredible queer artists that we know and love. Our next artist is author Jasmine Mans!
Jasmine Mans is an American poet from Newark (NJ). Graduating from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a B.A. in African American Studies, Jasmine released her debut poetry collection in 2012, when she was just 20 years old.… read more.
“You can’t be lonely,/ after all, if you’re not inside yourself,” poet Maggie Millner writes in her debut book, Couplets. “You can’t be dwelling if you’re somewhere else.”
As we close out National Poetry Month, it is more than appropriate to highlight an up-and-coming poet who is taking the poetry scene by storm.… read more.