Everybody Press Review, Issue No. 2 (PREORDER)

Everybody Press Review, Issue No. 2 (PREORDER)

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Everybody Press Review is a biannual magazine that exhibits the community of writers and artists we've built together from across the world. Our goal with this review is to weave a quilt of connections from a variety of artists and writers we think deserve love and attention in a larger and more collective fashion than with the books we publish.

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Eyesuck Zine, Issue No. 1 (PREORDER)

Eyesuck Zine, Issue No. 1 (PREORDER)

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night mode by Caelan Ernest (PREORDER)

night mode by Caelan Ernest (PREORDER)

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March 2023

night mode is a book-length serial poem that oscillates between digital and IRL topias, blurring the line between the two. In five poetic sequences and a brief coda, this deeply visceral and darkly erotic book explores themes of abjection, violence, limerence, love, and desire. The speaker navigates shifts in their identity in response to the encounters and exchanges they make, allowing each poem to expand upon the last— rupturing into new formal landscapes that give way for a pastiche wasteland of internet speech and cybernetic bodies. Through music, lyric, fragmentation, and play, night mode is an artifact of exploration and identity.

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night mode | long-sleeve shirt (PREORDER)

night mode | long-sleeve shirt (PREORDER)

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Get the one, the only, official night mode long sleeve shirt — 100% cotton jersey, 200% HOT. Look good, sis.

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Exit signs on a seaside highway by Lara Atallah (PREORDER)

Exit signs on a seaside highway by Lara Atallah (PREORDER)

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March 2023

Exit signs on a seaside highway contemplates fragmented territory set against the backdrop of an ongoing apocalypse. The poems both acknowledge the raw violence created by borders, while stubbornly searching for glimpses of a better world that lies within reach. With language that is confrontational but also hopeful, it invites us to liberate ourselves from structures that are far more fragile than we believe them to be.

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