We are an independent press in Seattle, Washington. We publish collaborations between poets and artists of all types. We also have an interest in publishing contemporary Argentinian poetry in translation and supporting writers with an interest in Argentinian culture and Jewish history in Latin America. Gay-owned and queerly run.
There are very few writers I am truly jealous of— but @ErinLMcCoy’s ability to rearrange the world is a thing of wonder. So humbled that she works with us. These poems are FANTASTIC. twitter.com/ErinLMcCoy/sta…
@hmvanderhart@EdithWhartonSoc Alright, I did not find the end to “Twilight Sleep” particularly gratifying— strange really. It rather reminded me of my time reading the Patrick Melrose novels, though a much more likable cast.
RT @PaulHlava Hey Seattle, come see me read at The Factory this Thursday at 7 PM if you like good times
or if you like anti-capitalist, culturally damning, research-driven collage poetry
@hmvanderhart@EdithWhartonSoc Holy smokes— the first chapter of “The Twilight Sleep”!!! What?!?!!? I am never sure how to describe my feelings with Wharton since I am such a visitor, but if I was to ever be a drag queen, I would be her.
@hmvanderhart@EdithWhartonSoc Alright, Twilight Sleep, is next @hmvanderhart! I did come around to “Innocence” finally— that ending omfg... but still thought Newland to dull to really believe the great passion.