☞ We’ve started a Patreon campaign—please contribute!

☞ Sagging Meniscus Turns One! Here’s a brief report on our first year and a look forward.

☞ Entropy Magazine has published an insightful review by Charles Holdefer of Anstett’s Moreover.

☞ The American Book Review has a feature on Sagging Meniscus Press in its latest (May/June 2016) issue.

The Old Asylum is an SPD Handpicked title for June!

Verse Daily’s poem for May 24th is “Big Statement” from Aaron Anstett’s Moreover.

Joseph Hutchison has posted two poems from Aaron Anstett’s Moreover for Poetry Month 2016.

☞ LitBridge has posted an interview with Aaron Anstett about Moreover.

In Preparation

The Button Thief of East Fourteenth Street, magnificent stories of a life on the Lower East Side of New York by Fay Webern. (Fall 2016)

☞ Poet Joseph D. Reich’s The Rituals of Mummification. (Fall 2016)

☞ Jack Foley’s The Tiger and Other Tales. (Fall 2016)

The Yalta Stunts, Alvin Krinst’s effervescent masterpiece, a foundational text of modern performance art, has been long out of print. Read Emily MacGregor’s magisterial introduction to what she calls one of Krinst’s “mightiest and most enigmatic texts.” (Fall 2016)

☞ The classic underground novel Hoptime by J. F. Mamjjasond and Fafnir Finkelmeyer. (Fall 2016)

My Life of Crime, fabulous comic essays by Tyler Gore. (Winter 2017)

☞ Dark and whimsical stories by Charles Holdefer: Dick Cheney in Shorts. (Winter 2017)

☞ Poetry from Matthew Gasda: Orchid Elegy. (Winter 2017)

Errata, enigmatic stories by Jacob Smullyan. (Winter 2017)

The Quiddity of Delusion, a novella by M.J. Nicholls. (Winter 2017)

☞ Joe Taylor’s Pineapple, a rollicking comic novel in verse. (Spring 2017)

☞ Laura Davenport’s An Occasional History. (Spring 2017)

☞ An illustrated collection of exceptionally witty limericks by the great and multifaceted New Orleans jazz pianist Tom McDermott (Spring 2017).

☞ Lee Klein’s Jersey Devil novel, JRZDVLZ. (Spring 2017)

☞ Ed Hamilton’s novel of the “lords of the schoolyard": Bullies. (Summer 2017)

☞ Poetry by Christine Tierney. (Fall 2017)

☞ Jack Foley’s Grief Songs. (Fall 2017)