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  • As If Light Actually Mattersby Larry D. Thomas

    Texas Review Press 2016; Not Available

    The present volume draws on nine book-length collections of Thomas?s poetry, and includes a generous selection of new poems. Five of the collections are comprised of poems of geographic place, four of which are set primarily in Texas. His fifth ?place? collection is set on the coast of Maine. The poems selected from his remaining collections range... more...

  • The Blind Roadmakerby Ian Duhig

    Pan Macmillan 2016; US$ 9.06

    If the starting point for a number of poems in Ian Duhig's richly varied new collection is Sterne's Tristram Shandy , its presiding genius is the great eighteenth-century civil engineer, fiddler and polymath Blind Jack Metcalf - whose life Duhig here celebrates, and from whose example he draws great inspiration. Writing with an almost Burnsian eclecticism,... more...

  • Blue Lawsby Kevin Young

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2016; US$ 30.00 US$ 22.50

    A rich and lively gathering of highlights from the first twenty years of an extraordinary career, interspersed with ?B sides? and ?bonus tracks? from this prolific and widely acclaimed poet. Blue Laws gathers poems written over the past two decades, drawing from all nine of Kevin Young?s previously published books of poetry and including a number... more...

  • Dream in Pienza and Other Poemsby Toni Ortner

    Open Road Distribution 2016; US$ 6.99

    Dream in Pienza was originally published by the Timberline Press in a hand-set and hand-printed limited edition. The title poem, written in Rome, sings of the passion of unrequited love in another century. From birth through resurrection, we sweep our separate shores for sight of stars. Although the angels may have left us to our devices, we become... more...

  • Dreams By No One's Daughterby Leslie Ullman

    Open Road Distribution 2016; US$ 7.99

    ?Leslie Ullman traces through her speaker one woman?s attempt to find herself and then to live that discovered self within an alien wilderness that ranges from the indifferent to the frankly dangerous. This volume edges toward the growing certainty to plain chance and lucky or unlucky coincidence. Perhaps in response to the uncertain nature of the... more...

  • Entering Another Countryby Toni Ortner

    Open Road Distribution 2016; US$ 6.99

    ?The title poem, ?Entering Another Country,? is dedicated to a male friend who has died. There are exuberant, rich landscapes of imagined travel, journeys into the visual worlds of Grandma Moses and Rousseau, and the painful realization that what the poet means by travel is change and growth, the raw experience of self-birthing, a process into a place... more...

  • If You Can Tellby James McMichael

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2016; US$ 23.99

    If You Can Tell , the new book of poems by James McMichael, a finalist for the National Book Award in 2006, takes up what it might mean that the word was in the beginning, before which there may not have been "empty / space, / even, / nor the thought of it." A baby is conceived after a verbal exchange between his parents. He's born and learns to... more...

  • Interference Patternby J. O. Morgan

    Random House 2016; US$ 15.98

    At first, these extraordinary poems may unsettle and disturb, but the next reading could be one of rapture and astonishment; it all hinges on your point of view. Like the optical illusion of the maiden and the crone, you can only see one image at a time; the brain deciding which is the figure and which the background. It is a book that acts out its... more...

  • Mala of Loveby Ravi Nathwani; Kate Vogt

    New World Library 2016; US$ 19.95

    From the editors of Mala of the Heart: 108 Sacred Poems comes a true gift to the lover in all of us. Love sustains our passions and yearnings, holds us in times of joy and loss, nourishes our hearts, and melts our fears. It opens us to our deepest self and releases us into the embrace of the infinite. In these 108 poems, great poets, saints, sages,... more...

  • Monticello in Mindby Lisa Russ Spaar

    University of Virginia Press 2016; US$ 22.95

    Thomas Jefferson was a figure both central and polarizing in his own time, and despite the passage of two centuries he remains so today. Author of the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, yet at the same time a slaveholder who likely fathered six children by one of his slaves, Jefferson has been seen... more...