“. . . It’s intellectual and moral and political and sexual and sensual . . . It can speak to people who have themselves felt like monsters and say: you are not alone, this is not monstrous. It can disturb and enrapture . . .”

Adrienne Rich

“One of the country’s premier independent presses devoted to LGBT poetry is operated from the living room of a modest yellow house in Little Rock . . .”

Read our story in The Arkansas Times