34 page paperback
Justice for All exposes a world in which the voices of the abandoned bear witness to society’s failure. In the last 35 years more than 1200 people have been executed in the United States despite numerous cases of wrongful conviction, and the often arbitrary and discriminatory sentencing of crimes. In poems that explore lives and deaths defined by violence, Alex Stolis tries to find the people behind the locked doors and last words of modern crime and punishment.
Read Alex’s interview about the book at Extract(s)
About the author:
Alex Stolis lives in Minneapolis, MN. He has had poems published in numerous journals. Forthcoming chapbooks include, Without Dorothy, There is No Going Home from ELJ Publications; Left of the Dial from Corrupt Press; Into the Land of Nod from Porkbelly Press  and The Hum of Geometry from White Knuckle Press . Most recent releases include an e-chapbook, From an iPod found in Canal Park; Duluth, MN, from Right Hand Pointing and John Berryman is Dead from White Sky e-books. He has been the recipient of five Pushcart Nominations.