Sagging Meniscus publishes nonconformist fiction, poetry and literary nonfiction by American and other originals. More about us.
☞ Marvin Cohen’s How, Upon Reflection, To Be Amorous—in celebration of Cohen’s 92nd year, an anthology of his writings about love, many previously unpublished, edited by intrepid Marvinologist Colin Myers.
☞ Tomoé Hill’s Songs for Olympia.
☞ Melissa McCarthy’s Photo, Phyto, Proto, Nitro.
☞ Essays by Merrill Joan Gerber: Revelation at the Food Bank.
☞ Poetry by Ian Monk (translated by Philip Terry): 14 x 14 (February).
☞ A new novel by M.J. Nicholls: The Fall and Fall of Derek Haffman (March).
☞ Aug Stone: Sporting Moustaches (April).
☞ A comic novel by Lee Upton: Tabitha, Get Up (May).
☞ New poetry by Kurt Luchs: Death Row Row Row Your Boat (May).
☞ a Lee Klein novel for Bloomsday: Like It Matters (June).
☞ P.J. Blumenthal: Winston Hewlett’s Impotence (June).
☞ Carla Spataro: More Strange Than True (June).
☞ a “politically pornographic tale” by Harry Miller: Meet Me at the RASCAL (July).
☞ New stories by Charles Holdefer: Ivan the Terrible Goes on a Family Picnic (August).
Fall/Winter 2024 & Beyond
☞ David Collard: Fifty essays on a poem by Abigail Parry (October).
☞ Stories by John Patrick Higgins: Fine (November).
☞ A picaresque novel by James Damis: Zeke Borshellac (December).
☞ Dan Tremaglio: The Only Wolf Is Time (February 2025).
☞ Thomas Walton: Unsavory Thoughts.
☞ Lee Upton: Wrongful.
☞ Mike Silverton: Geront’s Abecedary.
☞ Jon Curtiss: All My Darlings.