What are the inscrutable mechanics of life that allow us to get along with some people and pit us contentiously against others? In Card Chemistry, Stefan G. Meyer offers a key to this mysterious chemistry.
Mario Wirz is wrestling with a problem of major proportions – the constant threat of death hanging over his shoulder. These poems hone in relentlessly on this topic, until one is inexorably affected by their stark, existential reality.
In The Fantasist, Kip Morgan struggles with his loneliness and sexual insecurity in a narrative that includes graphic depictions of sexual fantasies. His experience will resonate with those who are still on the road to discovering that our most unconditionally loving relationship must ultimately be with ourselves.