This graphic novel portrays the life of a young Chinese-American boy who moves from San Francisco’s Chinatown to the suburbs, where he is one of two Asian children in the school.
A heart-wrenching portrait of a family in crisis and of the son, Matt, who refuses to let his family remain at risk.
Told in poetic vignettes, this novel exposes the plight of a 13-year-old Nepali girl sold into sexual slavery.
Renowned for her storytelling, Keturah charms Lord Death with a story and is given another 24 hours to live—if she can find her one true love in that time.
Set against the disquiet of Revolutionary Boston, this novel, the first of two parts, re-imagines the past as an eerie place that has startling resonance for readers today.
McMichaels’ first new poetry collection in a decade addresses one by one the things that people need to live – land, water, sky, food, shelter, thought, talk, sex, and generation.
Ben Lerner’s second book is an extended meditation on the commercialization of public space and speech. Combining philosophical insight with poetic experiment, political outrage with personal experience, Lerner’s prose poems and lyrical sequences examine how technologies of viewing—aerial photography in particular—replace God with a camera and feed our spectacular culture an image of itself.
The three sequences of poems in Chromatic explore the full range of effects caused by human desire, from ecstasy to suffering.
The eleventh collection of poems from this award-winning poet.