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White cover with image of artwork by Alison Rossiter titled Density 1947. Six gelatin prints in off-white and beige, with book title, author and translator names below.
Body Was
By Isabelle Garron
Translated by Eléna Rivera
Forthcoming_Cover_Placeholder_deep purple background with Litmus logo in the center
Journey to Mount Tamalpais
By Etel Adnan
Vestigial
By Aja Couchois Duncan
Clamor(Clameur) by Hocine Tandjaoui, Translated by Olivia C. Harrison and Teresa Villa-Ignacio, Book cover showing a figure in bright red, magenta and yellow falling backward or dancing, the background is a sketch drawing of black and red charcoal forming two square like frames, the space where they meet is filled with black dots.
Clamor
By Hocine Tandjaoui
Translated by Olivia C. Harrison, Teresa Villa-Ignacio
Cover image for Hearing by Lyn Hejinian and Leslie Scalapino with colorful, geometric design
Hearing
By Lyn Hejinian, Leslie Scalapino
cover of Off-World Fairy Tales by Susan Bee & Johanna Drucker; colorful drawing of a planet, a fairy, a frog, a rocket, a ufo, a hummingbird at a flower, a star and a crescent moon, wth bursts of energy raidaiting and sky blue surrounding it
Off-World Fairy Tales
By Susan Bee, Johanna Drucker
Bosch'd by Joan Retallack, Bookcover showing a small scene of a Hieronymus Bosch painting with humans, a figure is balancing a cherry atop her head, another is engaged with a mouse in a glass tube, yet another seems to be leaning in for a kiss.
BOSCH’D
By Joan Retallack
The Paper Camera by Youmna Chlala, Book cover showing a film grid with a blue image in movement.
The Paper Camera
By Youmna Chlala
The Triumph of Crowds: a distributed performance lecture by Brigid McLeer, Book Cover showing brown rectangles on white background
The Triumph of Crowds
By Brigid McLeer
Art by Ashley Lamb
In the Environs of a Film by Danielle Colbert, Book cover showing a drawing of boats in birds-eye-view, greyscale
In the Environs of a Film
By Danielle Collobert
Translated by Nathanaël
The Supposium: Thought Experiments & Poethical Play in Difficult Times, a Wager by Joan Retallack (Editor), Book Cover showing a collage of photographs, a marble sculpture, a dove, a man, a drawing of a foot, a painting of a face, a photograph of two people in a city.
The Supposium
Edited by Joan Retallack
Daydream by Jean Day, Book Cover, a mixed media painting predominantly cobalt and cornflower blue
Daydream
By Jean Day
cover of bridge of the world by roberto harrison; textured abstract painting of dark blues and greys extending up into shades of white
Bridge of the World
By Roberto Harrison
A Transpacific Poetics edited by Lisa Samuels & Sawako Nakayasu, Book cover showing seven differently ornamented ribbons moving vertically across the page.
A Transpacific Poetics
Edited by Lisa Samuels, Sawako Nakayasu
Restless Continent by Aja Couchois Duncan, Book cover showing an ink sketch of a spherical figure set in space.
Restless Continent
By Aja Couchois Duncan
WellWellReality: Collaborations by Rosemarie & Keith Waldrop, Book cover showing a photograph of Rosmarie Waldrop looking at the viewer, Keith in the background, against a mustard yellow background.
Well Well Reality
By Rosmarie Waldrop, Keith Waldrop
Cover image of Actualities with author and artist names Norma Cole and Marina Adams above an abstract painting with pink blue and black curvilinear shapes
Actualities
By Norma Cole
Art by Marina Adams
cover image for Khadijah Queen's Non-Sequitur, winner of the 2014 Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers. A series of rectangular columns span the cover shading from green to blue.
Non-Sequitur
By Khadijah Queen
Art by Ashley Lamb
Fabulas Feminae by Susan Bee & Johanna Drucker, Book cover showing the authors names and book title in colourful font with a flower and drawings of angels and the Japanese luckycat.
Fabulas Feminae
By Susan Bee, Johanna Drucker
Companion Animal by Magdalena Zurawski, Book cover showing an illustration of a dog with fangs wearing a black lace bra, looking straight at the viewer/
Companion Animal
By Magdalena Zurawski

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