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Parades
Sara Deniz Akant
Winner of the Omnidawn Poetry Chapbook Contest 45 pp. 2014

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Aspiration
George Albon
I think of aspiration as the state where a poet’s thrown together life-structures both invite and are breached by the poet’s preoccupations 76 pp. 2013

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In the archives
Christopher Arigo
In the archives offers a lyrically rich, emotionally compelling cycle of poems that explores the alienation and longing we feel as we face the increased mechanization and frightening militarization of our present moment. 120 pp. 2007

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Each Thing Unblurred is Broken
Andrea Baker
Stark lyric poems that outline the fragility of perception and the obstinacy of being 96 pp. 2015

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Shields & Shards & Stitches & Songs
Dan Beachy-Quick
A chapbook of interlocking poems that weave together the lyric and the political 48 pp. 2015

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The Multiple
Calvin Bedient
Calvin Bedient's fourth collection, The Multiple, meets an unspeakably excessive reality with an unremitting intensity of its own. 88 pp. 2012

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Thistle
Emily Capettini
Winner of the Omnidawn Fiction Chapbook Prize 48 pp. 2015

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RAG
Julie Carr
At once civil lyric and lament crying beyond civility, spiraling with kinetic intensity, a 21st century feminist book-length aria 136 pp. 2014

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The Color of Dusk
Robin Caton
In The Color of Dusk, Robin Caton bridges traditions of secular, religious, modernist, and post modernist writing 80 pp. 2001

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The Word as Archipelago
René Char; Robert Baker, trans.
The Word as Archipelago is the first complete translation into English of La Parole en archipel 176 pp. 2011

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Contraband of Hoopoe
Ewa Chrusciel
An immigrant’s lyric narrative of humor, illicit revelation, insight, and desire 104 pp. 2014

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Lines the Quarry
Robin Clarke
Lines the Quarry writes of and into that ongoing disaster and possibility, interjecting into the commercial language of success the many violations—bodily and otherwise—that define capitalist exploitation. 96 pp. 2013

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Spinoza in Her Youth
Norma Cole
Norma Cole's rich and rigorous poems delight in and disrupt the framing structures of language, memory, history 128 pp. 2002

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To Be At Music
Norma Cole
To Be At Music is the first collection of essays by Norma Cole 208 pp. 2010

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Win These Posters and Other Unrelated Prizes Inside
Norma Cole
Win These Posters and Other Unrelated Prizes Inside opens with a foreword, an envoi laying out the concerns of the book. 104 pp. 2012

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Peace
Gillian Conoley
By one of America’s most adventurous poets––Peace moves just beyond outrage and anger to bring the reader to revelations and shifts of consciousness, to possible visions and sightings in the shattered yards of the global dream 112 pp. 2014

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The Plot Genie
Gillian Conoley
The Plot Genie culls and questions what it is that holds any narrative together, and exposes some of the ways that characters behave and take shape when inhabiting a construct created by ideas. 136 pp. 2009

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The Odicy
Cyrus Console
The Odicy, Cyrus Console’s second book, uses pentameter in an attempt to take the measure of our epoch’s cultural and ecological crises. 88 pp. 2011

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The Barons
Joshua Corey
An epic meditation on contemporary American catastrophe and struggle 120 pp. 2014

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Skunk
Justin Courter
This novel tells of a young man’s attraction and ultimate addiction to skunk musk, and the social difficulties he encounters as a result. 352 pp. 2007

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Some Habits
C. Violet Eaton
Winner of the Omnidawn Open Book Prize 72 pp. 2015

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Laodicea
Eric Ekstrand; Donald Revell, fwd.
Winner of the Omnidawn 1st/2nd Poetry Book Prize 88 pp. 2015

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Every Day but Tuesday
Barbara Claire Freeman; Charles Altieri, intro.
Lyric experiments that probe the paradoxes of language and inquiry 96 pp. 2015

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The Posthumous Life of R.W.
Jean Frémon; Cole Swensen, trans.
A chapbook of prose poems on existence and the self, with French on facing pages 72 pp. 2014

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Ohio Railroads
C. S. Giscombe
A chapbook-length poem that explores the cultural and personal weight of Ohio’s rail history 64 pp. 2014

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Harm
Hillary Gravendyk
Harm performs the loss of that fictive division between a unified body and its surrounding world. 88 pp. 2012

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Tracer
Richard Greenfield
This is a poetry that seeks to emancipate the voice of witness from the generalities of despair through its exacting engagement with this world. 96 pp. 2009

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Loom-2011 Open Book Prize
Sarah Gridley
Loom searches for reconstructions of gender, dwelling, and the sacred. 88 pp. 2013

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Sham City
Evan S. Harrison
Banishing poets from the well-ordered city did not prevent the creation of fictions: SHAM CITY is the capitol of fictitious capital. 44 pp. 2012

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pool [5 choruses]
Endi Bogue Hartigan
Here, the many permutations of lyric explore slippage and fusion, of singular to multiple, personal to social, sentience to what seeks beyond the sensate world, of both our crisis and choral communion that is, and is always more than voice reveals
104 pp. 2014

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The Book of a Thousand Eyes
Lyn Hejinian
Written over the course of two decades, The Book of a Thousand Eyes was begun as an homage to Scheherazade 344 pp. 2012

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The Fatalist
Lyn Hejinian
A book-length, syntactically surprising poem divided into many sections. 88 pp. 2003

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Saga / Circus
Lyn Hejinian
Saga / Circus brings us two distinctly different long poems 152 pp. 2008

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Mammals
James Robert Herndon
Winner of the Omnidawn Fabulist Fiction Chapbook Contest 40 pp. 2014

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Selected Poems of Friedrich Hölderlin
Friedrich Hölderlin; Maxine Chernoff, trans.; Paul Hoover, trans.
Further solidifying Hölderlin’s place in history, this thorough collection of poetry ranges from the odes of his developmental period to the majestic hymns and strangely prophetic modern compositions created in his later years. 496 pp. 2008

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Poems in Spanish
Paul Hoover
Paul Hoover's Poems in Spanish takes the English language into fraternity with the haunting lyricism of Spanish. 72 pp. 2005

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Desolation: Souvenir
Paul Hoover
Paul Hoover now establishes himself as an important voice of deep emotional resonance and far ranging vision. 88 pp. 2012

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Ventifacts
Christine Hume
Ventifacts highlights the currents between imaginary relations and physical conditions. 54 pp. 2012

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The Middle
Angela Hume
The Middle is beautiful and powerful, and all that grace animates calm outrage, ghostlier awareness. 60 pp. 2013

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Extreme Directions
Alice Jones
This sequence of poems, evolved from the poet's observation of the daily practice of Tai Chi Sword, evoke the fluidity of martial art practice, the motion of Chinese brushstroke painting or calligraphy, as well as the shifting physical and metaphysical arena that is human relationship. 64 pp. 2002

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ParaSpheres
Ken E. Keegan, ed.; Rusty Morrison, ed.
This anthology focuses on New Wave Fabulist writers. 640 pp. 2006

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Truth of My Songs
Claudia Keelan
Poems of the female troubadours of 12th-century France (original Provençal on facing pages) 136 pp. 2015

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A Conjoined Book
Karla Kelsey
A double book that echoes with the ecological and social crises of our times, this lyric meditation is interrogation and intervention, defying the limitations we place on story’s potency and potential
104 pp. 2014

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Penury
Myung Mi Kim
In Penury, Myung Mi Kim probes sanctioned norms of cognition by breaking communication into its most discrete components 128 pp. 2009

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Last Verses
Jules Laforgue; Donald Revell, trans.
The Last Verses of Jules Laforgue is the first full-length collection of free verse published in the French language. 96 pp. 2011

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Fortino Sámano
Virginie Lalucq, Jen-Luc Nancy; Sylvain Gallais, trans.; Cynthia Hogue, trans.
Fortino Sámano (the overflowing of the poem) is a collaborative work by the emerging French poet, Virginie Lalucq, and the distinguished philosopher, Jean-Luc Nancy. 200 pp. 2012

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Saint Petersburg Notebook
Ann Lauterbach
A chapbook on the post-Soviet writer and the author’s own experience in the white nights of Saint Petersburg 72 pp. 2014

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Lyric & Spirit
Hank Lazer
In this book of essays, interviews, reflections, and more, Lazer focuses on two topics central to the poetry of our time: the changing nature of beauty in the lyric and the necessity of finding new ways of embodying spirituality. 352 pp. 2007

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The Madeleine Poems
Paul Legault
Legault offers a dynamically charged vision of the real as he perceives its volatile, constantly shifting valences. 72 pp. 2010

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To Keep Time
Joseph Massey
Spare, vivid lyrics on the microclimate of coastal California 92 pp. 2014

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In the Pure Block of the Whole Imaginary
Richard Meier
In the Pure Block of the Whole Imaginary pushes past the line and the fragment and toward the sentence, the thought trying to complete, the paragraph, a distinct passage. 80 pp. 2012

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Particulars of Place
Richard O. Moore; Garrett Caples, ed.; Brenda Hillman, ed.; Paul Ebenkamp, ed.; Cedar Sigo, intro.
The second volume from this acclaimed poet and film artist 96 pp. 2015

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A Semblance
Laura Moriarty
A Semblance: Selected and New Poems (1975-2007) is the first selected compilation of poetry by Laura Moriarty. 224 pp. 2007

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Mortar
Sara Mumolo
Mortar is a text of stealth and volatility, of both explosive and empathic interactions. 80 pp. 2013

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I Was There for Your Somniloquy
Kelly Anne Noftle
Kelli Anne Noftle’s poems reside in this space of “threshold consciousness” where a voice speaks to and from the other, hovering inside a liminal world of strange admissions and abstract silences. 72 pp. 2012

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Spectacle & Pigsty
Kiwao Nomura; Kyoko Yoshida, trans.; Forrest Gander, trans.
The strange and wild poems of Kiwao Nomura deal with sex and loss and memory by making unpredictable leaps of association. 128 pp. 2011

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from unincorporated territory [guma’]
Craig Santos Perez
Extending beyond lyric, narrative, documentary, dramatic monologue, this text invites and incites, violates and revitalizes our awareness of what frames our relationship to culture, community, self 96 pp. 2014

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from unincorporated territory [saina]
Craig Santos Perez
Craig Santos Perez deftly navigates the complexities in his bracing exploration of the personal, historical, cultural, and natural elements of his native Guam and its people. 136 pp. 2010

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Blood Oboe
Douglas Piccinnini; Cal Bedient, intro.
Terse, provocative poems that question the assertions of our modern era 104 pp. 2015

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Fault Tree
Kathryn L. Pringle
fault tree is a book-length poem divided into three connected effects stemming from one undesired state: time. 80 pp. 2012

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Present Tense
Anna Rabinowitz
Through dialogue, reportage, Biblical reference, interview, famous speech, infamous cultural and historical events and more, Rabinowitz offers readers an arresting account of who and what we are as humans—in all of our darkness and our brilliance. 120 pp. 2010

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Landscape Portrait Figure Form
Dean Rader
Bright and bracing poems rich with humor and candor 46 pp. 2014

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Tendril
Bin Ramke
In his ninth poetry collection, Mr. Ramke exposes the myriad tendrils that bind together to become experience. 120 pp. 2007

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Theory of Mind
Bin Ramke
Theory of Mind: New & Selected Poems, 1978-2008 demonstrates Bin Ramke’s ability to bring a cornucopia of human knowledge to bear upon the individual’s most intimate experiences and most compelling encounters with the world. 200 pp. 2009

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Aerial
Bin Ramke
Aerial is concerned with the sky—its cloud-laden aspects in the first section, its dry realms of severe spirituality in the second. 112 pp. 2012

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Missing the Moon
Bin Ramke
Scientific elegies of ambition and failure from this esteemed poet 120 pp. 2014

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Essay
Donald Revell
A lyric examination of life and poetics from this esteemed writer and translator 64 pp. 2015

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Invisible Green
Donald Revell
Invisible Green: Selected Prose begins with essays which enact intimate and yet capacious converse with, and among, an array of writers. 192 pp. 2005

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A Season in Hell
Arthur Rimbaud; Donald Revell, trans.
In this new translation of Arthur Rimbaud Donald Revell captures the child-like wonder and tortured, revelatory despair of these poems. 104 pp. 2007

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The Illuminations
Arthur; Donald Revell Rimbaud; Donald Revell, trans.
Donald Revell's new translation of The Illuminations offers all the immediacy, hallucinatory surreality, and wit of the intimate particularity that secured Rimbaud's position as a major poet renowned for his strangely seductive power and innocence. 120 pp. 2009

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Harrow
Elizabeth Robinson
In Harrow, Elizabeth Robinson enters the crucible of faith found at every meeting of being with world. 88 pp. 2001

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Three Novels
Elizabeth Robinson
Three Novels revisits the terrain of the Victorian novel, entering that world with a particular affinity for the feminine within its social and physical landscape. 80 pp. 2011

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In a landscape of having to repeat
Martha Ronk
In a landscape of having to repeat, Ronk offers a language of attention that is composite, disruptive, and vibrantly immediate. 112 pp. 2004

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Transfer of Qualities
Martha Ronk
Transfer of Qualities addresses the uncanny and myriad ways in which people and things, but also people and those around them, exchange qualities with one another, moving in on, unsettling: altering stance, attitude, mood, gesture. 88 pp. 2013

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Thigh's Hollow
Dan Rosenberg
Winner of the Omnidawn Poetry Chapbook Prize 48 pp. 2015

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A Timeshare
Margaret Ross
Winner of the Omnidawn 1st/2nd Poetry Book Prize 104 pp. 2015

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The Man Who Lost His Head
Zach Savich
Zach Savich's The Man Who Lost His Head wrestles with the irrational rationality of life as we dimly perceive it. 36 pp. 2011

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In a Town Called Mundomuerto
Randall Silvis
In this novel an old man is telling a boy the same story he has told him hundreds of times before. 160 pp. 2007

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u&i
Cassandra Smith
A debut poetry collection that meditates on imagination and existence 96 pp. 2015

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Best American Experimental Writing
Cole Swensen, ed.; Seth Abramson, ed.; Jesse Damiani, ed.
An anthology of experimental, innovative, cross-genre writing 200 pp. 2014

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Barn Burned, Then
Michelle Taransky
In terse, tautly crafted poems that are dynamically contemporary, Taranksy assesses our cultural moment with unrelenting courage and candor. 80 pp. 2009

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Sorry Was in the Woods
Michelle Taransky
Michelle Taransky’s second collection of poems, Sorry Was In The Woods is that landscape where perspective is not singular, where waiting, worrying, watching, and recording are able to both arrange and derange our understanding of place. 88 pp. 2013

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Companion Grasses
Brian Teare
What does it mean to dwell in a place? These adventurous poems go on foot in search of answers. 112 pp. 2013

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Ambivalence and other Conundrums
Craig Teicher
Prose poems that cut to the core of what it means to be human, our strife and our striving 48 pp. 2014

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Memos
Susan Terris
A chapbook of epistolary and intimate “memo” poems 48 pp. 2015

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Neptune Park
Daniel Tiffany
Some would call Neptune Park a graphic novel—minus the pictures. 88 pp. 2013

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Songs without Words
Paul Verlaine; Donald Revell, trans.
Songs without Words (Romances sans paroles) is the book in which, unabashedly, Paul Verlaine becomes himself and, in so doing, becomes the iconic poet of the French nineteenth century. 96 pp. 2013

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Etym(bi)ology
Liz Waldner
Liz Waldner's poems are emotive explorations into the personal, social, and political nature of speech. 96 pp. 2002

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Susquehanna
G. C. Waldrep
In the flowing of Susquehanna, language has been re-immersed in its origins. 52 pp. 2013

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The Real Subject
Keith Waldrop
The Real Subject is not exactly a novel and not really a poem, though it contains some verses and is not without characters. 80 pp. 2004

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The Not Forever
Keith Waldrop
As the title of The Not Forever suggests, these poems take not only mortality, but also the impossibility of truly assessing mortality, as their endlessly inexplicable subject. 112 pp. 2013

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On Spec
Tyrone Williams
Poems, plays, plays upon the making of such genre distinctions, are only some of the locations one will visit in these pages. 160 pp. 2007

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Debts & Lessons
Lynn Xu
The poems in Lynn Xu’s striking debut collection, Debts & Lessons, travel under the power of history’s illusory engine and echo its ululations of love, violence, and lament. 96 pp. 2013

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