The Crossroads Poetry Series is a line of books that showcases established and emerging poetic voices from across North America. The books in this series represent what the editors at UFP believe to be some of the strongest voices in both American and Canadian poetics.
by LeRoy GormanISBN: 978-1-988214-2-52 (paperback) Page Count 78 pagesRelease Date: January 2019 Sci-Fi and other strangeness explored by haiku, senryu, tanka, and concrete poems. Honorable Mention for 2020 Marianne Bluger Award for Haiku Book
by Donia MounsefISBN: 978-1-988214-2-14 (paperback) Page Count: 100 pagesRelease Date: February 2018 "These poems sustain a lyrical mediation on boundary and border - both human and territorial, and deserve to be read and savoured." - Marilyn Dumont, author of The Pemmican Eaters (ECW Press), and A Really Good Brown Girl (Brick Books)
by Nina ClementsISBN: 978-1988214405Page Count: 96 pagesRelease Date June 2020 “Nina Clements has created a family epic with characters who will haunt you for a lifetime. . . . Our Mother of Sorrows is a miracle.” - Kim Dower, New York Journal of Books