Arrivals. Departures. Exchange. Amanda Deutch’s Bodega Night Pigeon Riot

antilang. no. 8 celebrates the inclusion of our first external review! Read Russell Carisse's review of Amanda Deutch's chapbook Bodega Night Pigeon Riot below and find it in the digital download ($5) of our latest issue. Rummaging around Brooklyn’s streetscape with Amanda Deutch’s Bodega Night Pigeon Riot, from above/gound press, one is drawn along and… Continue reading Arrivals. Departures. Exchange. Amanda Deutch’s Bodega Night Pigeon Riot

Nimble. Prairie. Celebrations. Sarah Ens’s The World is Mostly Sky

Sarah Ens bursts onto the Canadian poetry scene with her debut collection, The World is Mostly Sky, published by Turnstone Press and launched via Zoom on May 7th. Refreshingly stark yet melodic, we shamelessly stole our first keyword “nimble” from Jeanette Lynes’s description of this collection during its launch. We hope you support Sarah by… Continue reading Nimble. Prairie. Celebrations. Sarah Ens’s The World is Mostly Sky

On Reflections at the End of the Decade

With everyone off work and school for the holidays and the beginning of a new year—and new decade!—a lot of people have been posting about their wins for the previous year or ten years. And that’s awesome! For us at The ALP, we are super excited that we just launched antilang. no. 5: Pithy Politics… Continue reading On Reflections at the End of the Decade