Nothing Left but Healing

A 71-person group book celebrating Pomegranate Press—a Richmond, Virginia-based independent publishing house for contemporary photography, writing and more—Nothing Left but Healing features a plethora of different pieces across its 150 pages. Within the smyth-sewn book are alluring portraits, microphotography, landscapes and more enchanting works.

Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning

Through part memoir and cultural criticism, Cathy Park Hong unflinchingly examines the nuances of being an Asian American in Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning. The poet and essayist doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable thoughts around race in the US. Rather, she dives into them, exploring unsaid or hard to explain feelings about racial identity. While this paints an accurate portrait of Asian American experiences, …

Radical Softness as a Boundless Form of Resistance

The sixth edition of Radical Softness as a Boundless Form of Resistance continues to meditate on how tenderness is reflected, resonated and realized within different practices. Released by Genderfail—a publishing initiative dedicated to intersectional queer subjectivity—and edited by Be Oakley, the zine includes essays written by the editor, as well as writing by Lora Mathis, Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera, Noah LeBien and Kimi Hanauer. It also features new …