Selena Didn’t Know Spanish Either is a debut poetry collection which seeks Tejano pop star Selena Quintanilla as a means of reconnecting to the speaker’s cultural identity.
At fourteen, two schoolgirls slit their palms with safety scissors and promised to be in each other’s lives forever.
The stories in Don’t Make Me Do Something We’ll Both Regret are linked by their exploration of queer evil.
First released in 2011, Tennessee Landscape with Blighted Pine was the debut poetry collection from Tennessee poet Jesse Graves
Heaven’s Burning Porch, James Dunlap reckons with the legacy left to him: one of pain, gratitude, violence, and salvation.
“Linked stories can allow you to create a portrait of a character or a place, or both, in a much different way from a novel. In story collections, the connections can be looser, characters can transform in surprising and sometimes jarring ways.” Thomas H. McNeely interviewed by Malena Watrous for Stanford’s The Writer’s Spotlight. ReadContinue reading “Thomas H. McNeely discusses linked stories for The Writer’s Spotlight”
Our final judge Kazim Ali has selected Where Are the Snows by Kathleen Rooney as the winner of this year’s prize.
The debut poetry collection by Brooke Sahni, Before I Had the Word, is now available as an ebook! Take these stunning poems on the go with you on your phone, tablet, or Kindle! Get yours wherever ebooks are sold.
The TRP annual Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series is open for submissions…