The poems in Father’s Day examine the complex ideas of parenthood, citizenship, and existence.
Maggie Brown & Others contains very short stories that reveal their characters’ full potential and sorrowful limitations.
Essays from a former Los Angeles poet laureate argue for the power of verse to unify, inspire, and heal our nation.
The memoir In the Country of Women recounts secret histories of resilience, love, and great food.
Why We Swim examines our relationship to water for “survival, well-being, community, competition, and flow.”
Last West and Rift Zone are ambitious works that uncover fault lines in California’s geology, human history, and future.
The author’s stories challenge readers to consider how immigrants define notions of family and home.
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