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Almost Human: Poems

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Almost Human: Poems

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Poetry. California Studies. Winner of the Dorset Prize, selected by Edward Hirsch. As in a profound love affair, Thomas Centolella's new poems register attraction, delight, expectations fulfilled and foiled, and moments of great feeling cherished an...

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The Voice of That Singing: Poems

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The Voice of That Singing: Poems

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Poetry. Juliet Rodeman creates a visionary world in which the here and now—each remembered place, historical or mythical landscape, and moment alive with casual gesture—is redeemed by intimacy. Whimsical and sometimes shocking, these poems are fille...

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Service: Poems

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Service: Poems

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Poetry. July Open Reading Period selection. How do we see the things that show us the other things we are among? The poems of Grant Souders's first book are a conjuring. SERVICE is born in utterance, with an opening eye, with the bareness that is th...

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The Cowherd's Son: Poems
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The Cowherd's Son: Poems

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Poetry. LGBTQIA Studies. Winner of the Kundiman Poetry Prize. Rajiv Mohabir uses his queer and mixed- caste identities as grace notes to charm alienation into silence. Mohabir's inheritance of myths, folk tales, and multilingual translations make a ...

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Rapture & the Big Bam: Poems
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Rapture & the Big Bam: Poems

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Poetry. Winner of the Snowbound Chapbook Award, selected by Lia Purpura. With funky tempos and stretched, staggering lines, Matt Donovan's new sequence interrogates the ways our daily lives teem with beauty and loss. He summons figures engrained in ...

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Marvels of the Invisible: Poems
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Marvels of the Invisible: Poems

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Poetry. Winner of the Berkshire Prize, Tupelo Press's First/Second Book Award, selected by Jeffrey Harrison. In this award-winning debut collection, the smallest things of the world bear enormous emotive weight. For Jenny Molberg, the invisible and ...

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Personal Science

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Personal Science

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Poetry. July Open Reading Selection. What happens when the imagined life and the stories we tell ourselves become terrifying, given our human ability to inhabit both mental and physical worlds? Bertram's third full- length collection pivots on an ex...

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Why Don't We Say What We Mean?: Essays Mostly About Poetry
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Why Don't We Say What We Mean?: Essays Mostly About Poetry

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Literary Nonfiction. Poetry. Lawrence Raab has been revered as a quietly magnificent poet. As friends and students have long known, for decades he's also been a virtuosic teacher. In this first collection of his contemplative essays, Raab ponders wo...

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Other Than They Seem: Poems
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Other Than They Seem: Poems

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Poetry. Winner of the Snowbound Chapbook Award, selected by Ruth Ellen Kocher. Soft spoken and intuitive, these deeply reflective poems demonstrate the miraculous common currency of thinking, expressed like confidences shared with a reader: "the lat...

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Yes Thorn
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Yes Thorn

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Poetry. Winner of the Berkshire Prize for a First or Second Book of Poetry, selected by Paisley Rekdal. YES THORN abides with mysteries—mortality, spirituality, sexuality, nature, divinity, love—and interrogates them without necessarily pressing tow...

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Walking Backwards
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Walking Backwards

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Poetry. Jewish Studies. WALKING BACKWARDS examines resistance to violence and repression through evocations of contemporary events and conversations with poets and artists whose voices arise from the Holocaust. Employing a remarkable variety of form...

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Canto General: Song of the Americas
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Canto General: Song of the Americas

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Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Translated by Mariela Griffor. Pablo Neruda's epic poem CANTO GENERAL is a prodigious work that scrolls out like the chronicle of a journey through the Americas. In his most audacious and ambitious achievement, Neruda ...

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My Immaculate Assassin
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My Immaculate Assassin

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Fiction. Maura Nelson, who has a sophisticated background in science, medicine, and programming, has stumbled upon a way to execute someone using only the computers in her home office—silently, anonymously, leaving no trace of violence, so that her ...

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Words on the Street: Poems
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Words on the Street: Poems

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Poetry. WORDS ON THE STREET is set in the center of a mystery. An infant is abducted and seven symbolic figures play their metaphoric fiddles while humanity is plagued by chronic threat, insecurity, and confusion. This is not a book for the faint of...

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The Ladder: Poems
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The Ladder: Poems

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Poetry. Whether about the moon or hotel sex, politics or poppy seeds, Alan Michael Parker's poems are always tender and eccentric and nuanced. In his eighth collection, with metaphysical fortitude the poet continues to deliberate—in all sorts of poe...

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