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  • Robot Haikuby Ray Salemi

    F+W Media 2010; US$ 10.95

    Droid makes sausages. Spicy new taste sensation. Hey! Where is the cat?Cyborgs. Androids. Drones. T-800. HAL 9000. R-4-P17. Fembots. Autobots. Robots are everywhere--and don't let them fool you. Even if they were made to sweep your floors, they won't be happy until they've left you in the dust. In Robot Haiku, readers learn the truth about the robots... more...

  • The City She Wasby Carmen Giminez Smith

    University Press of Colorado 2011; US$ 13.95

    "When you open this book, expect serious role-playing and syntactic tap dancing. The City She Was presents a world that brings 'the horizon line into your lexicon' and a poet's muse ('The Endangered You') is lent to a friend and returned 'a little more frayed.' Giménez Smith muddles and enchants with her many masks, leaving the ground a little less... more...

  • Scared Textby Eric Baus

    University Press of Colorado 2011; US$ 13.95

    "Marvelously sustained and densely rhythmic, this tightly constructed whole is built of parts that, at each level, all the way down to the phrase, constitute poems in themselves. Baus manages to keep a cast of words in constant replay until many of them take on the presence of character, and some emerge as characters themselves­-Minus and Iris, for... more...

  • Angle of Yawby Ben Lerner

    Copper Canyon Press 2006; US$ 12.99

    Library Journal honored Lerner's debut volume as a "Book of the Year." more...

  • Mister Skylightby Ed Skoog

    Copper Canyon Press 2009; US$ 12.99

    A seductive maelstrom of a debut, largely inspired during eight years of eavesdropping in New Orleans. more...

  • What Is Amazingby Heather Christle

    Wesleyan University Press 2012; US$ 12.99

    Poems stunned by the world and their presence in it more...

  • Hypotheticalsby Leigh Kotsilidis

    Coach House Books 2011; US$ 12.95

    Poetry and science: twin arts separated at birth? Leigh Kotsilidis's debut puts the scientific method's feet to the fire. more...

  • Perishablesby Tina Egnoski

    Dzanc Books 2010; US$ 9.99

    A short but comprehensive catalogue of what is easily obliterated and, of those things, what must be protected. more...

  • The Alphabet Not Unlike the Worldby Katrina Vandenberg

    Milkweed Editions 2012; US$ 16.00

    In her accomplished second collection of poems, Katrina Vandenberg writes from the intersection of power and forgiveness. With poems named for letters of the Phoenician alphabet, and employing such innovative forms as the ancient ghazal, Vandenberg deciphers the seemingly indecipherable in this extraordinary becoming of self through language. Moving... more...

  • Smoke and Lilacsby Norm Sibum

    Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51

    Smoke and Lilacs is full of play and shadow, whispered intimations of mortality and glances of humour, elegiac lyric playing against steely classicism, an easy modern vernacular eliding with timeless grace. Sibum's meditative narratives move between worlds, modern and ancient, the state of our civic order and the realm of love. Human love and lust... more...