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NEIGHBORHOOD OF GRAY HOUSES     poems by Derek Annis
Between Sleeping & Waking   poems by Albert Goldbarth
Though the Walls Are Lit      poems by Emily Holt
A NEW ORTHOGRAPHY
DON’T TOUCH THE BONES  |  Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach
PRAY TO THE EMPTY WELLS
June 09, 2020

About the US Rising Up . . .

We at Lost Horse Press are overwhelmed by feelings of outrage and sorrow at the racist killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Tony McDade, and for all Black people who endure systemic racism and continued violence at the hands of law enforcement. To make things even more complicated and heartbreaking, these killings and the related protests are occurring at a time when COVID-19 is taking a disproportionate toll on communities of color. We recognize these disturbing outcomes aren’t coincidental or surprising. They are the result of many racist structures upon which our town, state, and nation have operated since their founding. Lost Horse Press denounces white supremacy in all its manifestations. We commit to diversify the book business and to stand for anti-racist policy and action; we commit to be guided by our mission and values,; and we commit to develop programs that are more equitable and inclusive of our community, particularly communities of color. Our role in the promotion of literature demands that we actively fight racism in publishing, a historically exclusive and inequitable industry. We still have much work to do.

 Lost Horse Press extends support and compassion to everyone impacted by ongoing acts of racist violence and hatred. We, too, demand a just and equitable present and future, and ask our community to join us in active solidarity with all those who fight for justice.