Circling Rivers is an independent publisher of fiction and nonfiction set primarily in North America, and of poetry set anywhere.
FICTION | By MARTA ELVA | The bittersweet story of a Mexican-American family’s struggle to stay together as tradition collides with the social upheaval of 1960s America, set along the border between El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.… MORE
IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, IN AMERICA
NONFICTION | By JEAN HUETS | “A Whitmanian feast…” Lovers of Walt’s poetry and readers intrigued by the United States as it was in the 19th century will discover in With Walt Whitman: Himself a tumultuous life in a burgeoning, brawling nation, and a man who struggled to frame it all, earning the title “America’s bard.”
LOPLOP IN A RED CITY | POETRY | By KENNETH POBO | FORTHCOMING 2017 | The poems in Loplop in a Red City spring from artworks old and new, figurative to abstract, Vincent Van Gogh to Leonora Carrington to Max Ernst. Like those works, the poems in Loplop are agonized and idyllic, uneasily at home in the surreal, animated and complex. Kenneth Pobo’s work has appeared in Hawaii Review, The Fiddlehead, Mudfish, Indiana Review, Madison Review, Caesura, Eclectica and more. He is author of over 20 poetry collections and chapbooks, including his collection Bend of Quiet, which won the 2014 Blue Light Press Book Award. He teaches creative writing at Widener University, Pennsylvania.