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Sententia: The Journal

Sententia: The Journal

Sententia embraces the traditional and experimental in stories and poetry, both in our books as well as in Sententia: The Journal. The journal, which for five issues has existed only in print format, is published occasionally, and usually features guest editors, like Jen Michalski, Amy King, and Shya Scanlon.

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Two (More) Poems by Elizabeth Hazen

Two poems by Elizabeth Hazen, a poet and essayist whose work has appeared in Best American Poetry 2013, Southwest Review, The Threepenny Review, The Normal School, and other journals.

Praise and More

DPProject

Flew Away

David Paradis's Flew Away is “A compelling and heartbreaking portrait of a man who sees everything but knows nothing.”

Jane DeLynn, author of Leash

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2014-11-19T15:40:50+00:00

Jane DeLynn, author of Leash

DPProject
David Paradis’s Flew Away is “A compelling and heartbreaking portrait of a man who sees everything but knows nothing.”
MTProject

Bound by Blue

“Meg Tuite’s stories are intense, blinking rooms with mirrored windows and revolving doors."

Jen Michalski, author of The Tide King

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2014-11-19T15:43:07+00:00

Jen Michalski, author of The Tide King

MTProject
“Meg Tuite’s stories are intense, blinking rooms with mirrored windows and revolving doors.”
DCProject

The Weaklings (XL)

“Cooper’s language is at first intense, nearly minimal, then suddenly, it ascends into vision.”

Kathy Acker

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2014-12-02T02:22:29+00:00

Kathy Acker

DCProject
“Cooper’s language is at first intense, nearly minimal, then suddenly, it ascends into vision.”
SWProject

Cul De Sac

"Scott Wrobel’s stories are haunting, moving, strangely funny, and utterly unforgettable.  This is a book you will hang on to so you can reread it and feel the thrill of discovery all over again."

Jessica Anya Blau, author of Drinking Closer to Home

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2014-12-02T02:23:57+00:00

Jessica Anya Blau, author of Drinking Closer to Home

SWProject
“Scott Wrobel’s stories are haunting, moving, strangely funny, and utterly unforgettable.  This is a book you will hang on to so you can reread it and feel the thrill of discovery all over again.”
KNBProject

Embodied

"Keith Nathan Brown’s elegantly eclectic book, Embodied, puts the high in hybrid. This is a significant new twist in the double helix of New Formalism’s formulae, an architecture of Frank Gehryesque proportions. There is no ironing out all these endless wrinkles, a static wall of balled up sound, stamping with the stutter of an uncanny cunning CAD."

-Michael Martone, author of Four for a Quarter

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2014-12-02T02:25:26+00:00

-Michael Martone, author of Four for a Quarter

KNBProject
“Keith Nathan Brown’s elegantly eclectic book, Embodied, puts the high in hybrid. This is a significant new twist in the double helix of New Formalism’s formulae, an architecture of Frank Gehryesque proportions. There is no ironing out all these endless wrinkles, a static wall of balled up sound, stamping with the stutter of an uncanny View Full →

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