Yes! Natalie Eilbert has a poem, "The Limits of What We Can Do," in this week's New Yorker!
Read it here, and pick up a copy at a newsstand near you.
Also, SWAN FEAST has been reviewed glowingly by Julie Marie Wade at The Rumpus:
"If Beauty is dead—beauty in the form of pretty, in the form of dresses that remind us of girls with curls and angels with halos, who of course evoke goodness and sweetness and also a feminized kind of learned helplessness—what then will rise to succeed the angels, to replace the dresses?"
Don't have a copy yet?
Our friends at SPD have them in stock here (so please get one there—because we are dying to print new ones as soon as those are sold out).