Come meet jo and Faisal! Buy books. Get them signed. Feel the love.
P.S. Be the first to buy Faisal's book and get it in-hand in Kansas City! Pre-orders through the website will ship late March upon the official release.
We are so excited to announce our Spring 2024 release--Elsewhere: An Elegy.
Faisal Mohyuddin is the author of The Displaced Children of Displaced Children (Eyewear Publishing, 2018) and The Riddle of Longing (Backbone Press, 2017). He teaches English at Highland Park High School in suburban Chicago and creative writing at Northwestern University’s School of Professional Studies. He also serves as a Master Practitioner with the global not-for-profit Narrative 4 and is a visual artist.
SAVE THE NEW DATE! Register HERE and join us to celebrate the release of jo reyes-boitel's THE MATCHSTICK LITANIES! We can't wait to see you.
Click to REGISTER HERE for free tickets to jo's virtual launch party. BUY your copy of the matchstick litanies HERE!
Order your copy of jo reyes-boitel's the matchstick litanies now. Books ship upon releaser 11/1/23. Watch for a virtual release party to help us celebrate!
Blending poetic memoir and revelation, the matchstick litanies opens on family violence and women’s work—both often silenced. These richly detailed poems, however, reclaim the voice of a speaker who excavates family stories woven with hard truths, spanning generations and who comes to see clearly their own "inheritance by what was visible: translucent scorpions braving the hot sidewalks, / winged ants following one another without end." jo reyes-boitel's poems are bold and brave; they refuse to look away from what is burning and show us that sometimes fire can create a path for self-fulfillment.
jo reyes-boitel is a poet and playwright, queer mixed Latinx, amateur hand percussionist, and parent. Nearly completing their MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, they serve as a presidential fellow and teach undergraduate creative writing. jo is a fellow of Macondo and Voices of Our Nations (VONA). Their hybrid opera, “she wears bells”, was chosen as a 2022 Guerilla Opera Virtual Festival finalist. Previous publications include Michael + Josephine, a novel in verse (FlowerSong Press, 2019), and the chapbook, mouth (Neon Hemlock, 2021). Their hybrid opera, “she wears bells”, was chosen as a 2022 Guerilla Opera Virtual Festival finalist.
For more information about jo and their work visit joreyesboitel.com.
Register to join Next Page Press celebrate the release of Lucas Jacob's new poetry collection SYMPATHETHC BEASTS. Luke will read poems from the collection alongside NPP authors and staff, a lively event highlighting Luke and the press. Happy National Poetry Month! We can't wait to see you.
PLEASE BE SURE TO NOTE YOUR TIME ZONE. THE EVENT IS:
Stop by the Gemini Ink Table (T419) Friday, March 10 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and meet Ann Hudson, Alexandra van de Kamp, Hari Alluri and Lucas Jacob. Buy their books and get them signed, or just come and say hi!
Lucas Jacob's SYMPATHETIC BEASTS is available for PRESALE! Click to buy HERE.
$20 (includes tax) FREE SHIPPING
SHIPS UPON RELEASE March 21, 2023
NEW THIS YEAR: If you are attending AWP in Seattle, you can choose to pick up your book in-person and have it signed by Luke. Select that option while ordering.
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