• O


    Hashem Beck, Zeina

    "From a "brilliant, absolutely essential voice" whose "poems feel like whole worlds" (Naomi Shihab Nye), a poetry collection considering the body physical, the body politic, and the body sacred. Zeina Hashem Beck writes at the intersection of the divine and the profane, where she crafts elegant, candid poems that simultaneously exude a boundless curiosity and a deep knowingness. Formally electrifying-from lyrics and triptychs to ghazals and Zeina's own duets, in which English and Arabic echo and contradict one another-O explores the limits of language, notions of home and exile, and stirring visions of motherhood, memory, and faith"--

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  • Whale Fall

    Whale Fall

    Baker, David

    "A masterful and moving new volume from a "peerless poet of the natural world" (New York Times Book Review). Acclaimed as an essential voice of the American Midwest, David Baker expands both his environment and his form in his eleventh collection. Whale Fall is about time, measured in the wingbeats of a hummingbird or the epochs of geological change, and about place, whether a backyard in Ohio or the slopes of a melting glacier. In the exquisite, musical title poem, a deft hybrid of eco-poetic alarm and intimate narrative, Baker transports us to the deep sea as a single gray...

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  • Dear Gilbert Sorrentino & Other Poems

    Dear Gilbert Sorrentino & Other Poems

    Lorts, Jack E.

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  • Context

    Penland, Andrew

    Poetry and art by Andrew Daniel Saleem Penland (a.k.a. Andrew Octopus), a writer, artist, and rapper living in North Carolina.

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  • Death to the Beautiful

    Taylor, William

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  • Containment Policy (rewrites)

    Elwood, Robin

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  • The Path to Kindness

    The Path to Kindness

    "James Crews' new collection, The Path to Kindness, offers 100 deeply felt and relatable poems from a diverse range of voices"--

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  • Duende


    Troupe, Quincy

    "Quincy Troupe writes poetry in great waves. The words are just notes. It's the music you make with them that matters. He's not a wordsmith, he's a shaman conjuring long repetitive lines, cadences of looking across the sea towards Africa and haunted by the legacy of slavery and racism, or of remembering fellow conjurers, poets and musical artists, celebrating, always celebrating, but never only that. In the fifty-page, incantatory poem, "Ghost Voices," there is a longing to be reconnected to the past, and a longing too to be free of it. In the short title poem, "Duende: For García Lorca...

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  • Swallowed Light

    Swallowed Light

    Wasson, Michael

    "Collection of poems by Michael Wasson"--

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  • If There Are Any Heavens

    If There Are Any Heavens

    Montemarano, Nicholas

    "On January 6, 2021, at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in America, while the U.S. Capitol is under attack, Nicholas Montemarano drives six hundred miles to see his mother, who is hospitalized with COVID pneumonia and in a critical state. For ten days he lives in a hotel minutes from the hospital, alternating between hope and helplessness. This is the story of those ten days"--

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