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Books Received January 2016

By Harriet Staff

BooksReceivedJan

Karen Leona Anderson, Receipt (Milkweed Editions)

Micha Archer, Daniel Finds a Poem (Nancy Paulsen Books)

Homero Aridjis, The Child Poet (Archipelago)

Felix Bernstein, Burn Book (Nightboat)

David Blair, Friends with Dogs (Sheep Meadow)

John Blair, Playful Song Called Beautiful (University Of Iowa Press)

Robert Bly, Stealing Sugar from the Castle: Selected and New Poems 1950-2013 (W. W. Norton & Company)

Claudia Carlson, My Chocolate Sarcophagus (Marsh Hawk Press)

Lynda Caspe, Buses Don’t Go There (John LeBow)

David Clewell, Almost Nothing to Be Scared Of (University of Wisconsin Press)

Hannah Crawforth & Elizabeth Scott-Baumann (editors), On Shakespeare’s Sonnets: A Poets’ Celebration (Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare)

Joel Dailey, Elements of Style (Scram Press)

Sierra DeMulder, Today Means Amen (Andrews McMeel Publishing)

Frances Driscoll, Seaglass Picnic (Pleasure Boat Studio)

Kate Farrell, Visiting Night at the Academy of Longing (Lavender Ink)

Allen Ginsberg, Bill Morgan (editor), Wait Till I’m Dead: Uncollected Poems (Grove Press)

Dana Gioia, 99 Poems: New & Selected (Graywolf Press)

Genesis the Greykid, Words In Grey: Genesis the Greykid (Russell McGee Jr)

Jim Harrison, Dead Man’s Float (Copper Canyon Press)

Catherine Abbey Hodges, Instead of Sadness (Gunpowder Press)

Anthony Holden & Ben Holden (editors), Poems That Make Grown Women Cry (Simon & Schuster)

Tom C. Hunley, The State That Springfield Is In (Split Lip Press)

Ghareeb Iskander, Gilgamesh’s Snake and Other Poems (Syracuse University Press)

Philip Watson Kuepper, A Sea To Row By (Hear The Boat Sing)

Ben Lerner, The Hatred of Poetry (FSG Originals)

Laurence Lieberman, Divemaster: Swimming with the Immortals (Sheep Meadow)

Frank Lima, Garrett Caples & Julien Poirier (editors), Incidents of Travel in Poetry: New and Selected Poems (City Lights Publishers)

Helen Macdonald, Shaler’s Fish (Atlantic Monthly Press)

Kimberly Mae, A Drill Sergeant’s Fame (AuthorHouse)

Gretchen Marquette, May Day (Graywolf Press)

Maureen N. McLane, Mz N: the serial: A Poem-in-Episodes (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Sandra Meek, An Ecology of Elsewhere (Persea)

W. S. Merwin, What Is a Garden? (University of South Carolina Press)

Bill Mohr & Neeli Cherkovski (editors), Cross Strokes: Poetry between Los Angeles and San Francisco (Otis Books | Seismicity Editions)

Anna Moschovakis, They and We Will Get into Trouble for This (Coffee House Press)

Jesse Nathan, Cloud 9 (Dikembe Press)

Debra Nystrom, Night Sky Frequencies: New and Selected Poems (Sheep Meadow)

Louis Phillips, Domain of Silence/Domain of Absence: New & Selected Poems, 1963-2015 (Pleasure Boat Studio)

J. H. Prynne, The White Stones (NYRB Poets)

Rita Mae Reese, The Book of Hulga (University of Wisconsin Press)

Mercedes Roffe, Anna Deeny (translator), Floating Lanterns (Shearsman Books)

Carole Satyamurti, Mahabharata: A Modern Retelling (W. W. Norton & Company)

Frederick Seidel, Widening Income Inequality (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

John Smelcer, Indian Giver (Leapfrog Press)

Emma Smith, The Making of Shakespeare’s First Folio (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford)

Tracy K. Smith (editor), Best New Poets 2015: 50 Poems from Emerging Writers (Samovar Press/Meridian)

Joseph Somoza, As Far As I Know (Cinco Puntos Press

Gary Soto, You Kiss by th’ Book: New Poems from Shakespeare’s Line (Chronicle Books)

Terrence Tasker & Marie Slaight, The Antigone Poems (Altaire Productions & Publications)

Tess Taylor, Work and Days (Red Hen Press)

Lindsay Tigue, System of Ghosts (University Of Iowa Press)

Sarah Vap, Viability (Penguin Books)

Jacob Victorine, Flammable Matter (Elixir Press)

Karen Volkman, Whereso (BOA Editions Ltd.)

Liz Waldner, Her Faithfulness (Miami University Press)

Tana Jean Welch, Latest Volcano (Marsh Hawk Press)

Jennifer Whitaker, The Blue Hour (University of Wisconsin Press)

Octavia Wynne, Poetic Meter and Form (Bloomsbury USA)

Matvei Yankelevich, Some Worlds For Dr. Vogt (Black Square Editions)

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Posted in Poetry News on Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 by Harriet Staff.