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Arati Kumar-Rao
Celebrated National Geographic Explorer Arati Kumar-Rao blends enthralling nature writing, journalism, immersive art, and photography to create a vivid and urgent portrait of India’s diverse ecological wonders, teetering on the edge.
Latif Askia Ba

A ground-breaking collection of poems exploring disability, syntax, and rhythm from a Brooklyn-based Senegalese American writer with cerebral palsy.

Latif Askia Ba—an acclaimed poet with Choreic Cerebral Palsy—honors all the things that arise from our…

Sarah V. Schweig

Winner of the Jake Adam York Prize, this collection of poems seeks answers about how to live meaningfully in a world saturated by late capitalism.

“The question isn’t / what exists,” writes Sarah V. Schweig in her engrossing and prize-winning…

Tim Robinson

“A masterpiece of travel and topographical writing, and an incomparable and enthralling meditation on times past.”—John Banville

“He knows this world as no one else does, and writes about it with awe and love, but also with measured grace, an artist’s

Ellen Wayland-Smith

“Offering a deeply necessary, clear-eyed look at who we are as flesh-and-bone bodies during the climate crisis, this is a book that searches and finds meaning in both the hard truths and the value of wonder.”—Ada Limón

In this luminous collection of…

Weijia Pan
Winner of the 2023 Max Ritvo Poetry Prize, this engrossing debut interrogates history, identity, and the power of poetry to elucidate both.
Elizabeth Rush

An astonishing, vital book about Antarctica, climate change, and motherhood from the author of Rising, finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction.

Ava Nathaniel Winter
An excavatory collection of poems tracing the connections between Jewish transfemininity, queer desire, and cultural histories.