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Franciscan Notes

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Franciscan Notes

Tupelo Press

Poetry. FRANCISCAN NOTES carries us from the deaths of loved ones and the poet's own approaching old age to the grounds of hope glimpsed at La Verna and Assisi, and from a pilgrimage to India and Japan. A wide gamut of human spiritual experience and...

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America that island off the coast of France
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America that island off the coast of France

Tupelo Press

Poetry. Women's Studies. AMERICA THAT ISLAND OFF THE COAST OF FRANCE speaks to the impossibility of emigration, of ever being the citizen of only one country. Born in France, raised in Florida, Kercheval now divides her time between the U.S. and Uru...

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boysgirls
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boysgirls

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Fiction. Women's Studies. Art. Drama. Illustrated by Lavinia Hanachiuc. Second Edition. A host of characters emerge from a madwoman's dreams, populating a world as strange and magnificent as a painting by Hieronymus Bosch. A boy with one wing seeks ...

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Diurne
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Diurne

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Poetry. Women's Studies. Winner of the Sunken Garden Poetry Prize, chosen by Timothy Donnelly. DIURNE is a procedural project, "a line each hour of waking / a poem each day of making," that explores how poetry is durational rather than inspirational...

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Epistle, Osprey
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Epistle, Osprey

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Poetry. Contemplative and disquieted, the poems of EPISTLE, OSPREY trace the mysteries of encounter, wanderlust, rootedness, the human relationship with nature, and our uncertain place in a startling world—here where "an eagle ascends with its broke...

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Hazel

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Hazel

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Fiction. "What do you think the movie of your life would be?" asks Ms. Hazel Hicks, a proud, articulate woman without vanity. Her nephew, John Roberts, captivated by the mystery of such a uniquely serious person, sets about making the metaphorical m...

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What Could Be Saved: Bookmatched Novellas & Stories
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What Could Be Saved: Bookmatched Novellas & Stories

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Fiction. Short Stories. Going where most readers have never been—past the workshop door, behind the curtain to the hidden rehearsal space, and into the back room of a pawn shop or dealer's office, Gregory Spatz's new book delves deeply into the worl...

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NATIVE VOICES: INDIGENOUS AMERICAN POETRY, CRAFT AND CONVERSATIONS
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NATIVE VOICES: INDIGENOUS AMERICAN POETRY, CRAFT AND CONVERSATIONS

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Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Essays. Native American Studies. NATIVE VOICES is a comprehensive collection of the most urgent Indigenous American poetry and prose spanning the mid 20th Century to today. Featuring forty-two poets, including Simon Orti...

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The Book of LIFE
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The Book of LIFE

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Poetry. Using the lenses of arts critic and scholar of Renaissance literature, Joseph Campana writes poems inspired by a lifetime of consuming LIFE Magazine, locating an individual life in the churning wake of great events. Here is a poet who persis...

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Kill Class

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Kill Class

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Poetry. Middle Eastern Studies. KILL CLASS is based on Nomi Stone's two years of fieldwork in mock Middle Eastern villages at military bases across the United States. The speaker in these poems, an anthropologist, both witnesses and participates in ...

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Fire Season
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Fire Season

Tupelo Press

Poetry. California Interest. Winner of the Berkshire Prize for a First or Second Book of Poetry. Occasioned by the birth of a first child and originally spoken aloud into a digital audio recorder on the poet's long commute between the art museum whe...

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Xeixa: Fourteen Catalan Poets
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Xeixa: Fourteen Catalan Poets

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Poetry. During the post-civil war era, General Francisco Franco's fascist government forbade the people of Spain's Catalonia region from speaking, reading, and writing in Catalan, a crime punishable by imprisonment or execution. Throughout these yea...

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Republic of Mercy
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Republic of Mercy

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Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. Winner of the Kundiman Poetry Prize, chosen by Cassandra Cleghorn and Jeffrey Levine. In Sharon Wang's thrilling and corporeal geometry, touch dominates, if often in its "aftermarks": singes, whiffs, folds of ...

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Flight
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Flight

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Poetry. African & African American Studies. Winner of the Sunken Garden Chapbook Award, chosen by Major Jackson. FLIGHT gives testament to the struggle of skin color in contemporary America. Utilizing both innovation and tradition, Chaun Ballard's p...

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Dirt Eaters
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Dirt Eaters

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Poetry. Winner of the Snowbound Chapbook Award. "A lush, fierce, primal work in which the broken world still rotates and orbits—not for us as we could project, not as a metaphor for redemption—but we get to ride on it anyway. Eliza Rotterman has a v...

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