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An Interview with Manahil Bandukwala

For National Poetry Month, Manahil Bandukwala, the author of the chapbook, Pipe Rose, talks to Shazia Hafiz Ramji about her second chapbook, Paper Doll, published by Anstruther Press. Shazia Hafiz Ramji: How does it feel to have a new chapbook? Manahil Bandukwala:I love chapbooks! As an emerging writer, they’re a very comfortable place to have […]

National Poetry Month Reading Recommendations

Amanda Earl (Kiki) recommends Quell by Sandra Ridley (Baseline Press) Quell is a long poem about friendship, holding on and near death as a private experience, the bond between the woman who clings to life and the woman keeping her alive. I read the chapbook aloud to my husband and we were both moved to […]

Poetic Odd Couple Sale

To celebrate spring, and poetry month, we’re encouraging the cross-pollination of your reading list with our Poetic Odd Couple sale: Buy one Invisible poetry book and we’ll throw in a second poetry book for free! And we’ll even include a note as to why we think this odd couple of books’ll work together on your […]