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Book Features

In 2018, among the 365 poems Poetry Daily presented, 160 came from books published by 80 different presses. Browse all those plus newly featured books here. You may also browse books presented via Editor’s Choice, which spotlights a new poetry collection publicly chosen by an editorial board member, featured books of Poetry in Translation, and by Publisher.

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Emily Berry
Somebody said: 'I am a master of elision.' I veiled my tended wound. I veiled my narrative. Somebody called it: 'some kind of gratuitous beauty.' I veiled my photograph of her in sixties playsuit

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Stranger, Baby

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Faber & Faber

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Jenny George
It could have been any gate, any moment when things go one way and not the other—an act of tenderness or a small, cruel thing done with a pocketknife. A child being born. Or the way we move from sleeping to dreams, as a river flows uneasy under ice.

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The Mind Has Cliffs of Fall: Poetry at the Extremes of Feeling

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W.W. Norton & Company

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Wong May
Listen if you listen carefully for long you will hear nothing

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Reports

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich

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Nazelah Jamison
one person can make a difference this is my new personal revolution cause and effect, instant means to an end warn all your friends

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Evolutionary Heart

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Nomadic Press

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Oliver Baez Bendorf
Everything rivers in motion. River of holy, river of freaks, river where my fur belong to me. Softer than it seem river. Honey and Vaseline river. Brown river, black river, off the map river. I will be there, printing textures of rock on the skin of me, belly down, face down. My god, it is good to be home.

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Advantages of Being Evergreen

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Cleveland State University Poetry Center

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César Vallejo (translated from the Spanish by Clayton Eshleman & José Rubia Barcia)
A bricklayer falls from a roof, dies and no longer eats lunch. To innovate, then, the trope, the metaphor?

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The Complete Posthumous Poetry

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University of California Press

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Mark Yakich
I command my car only in German. I talk with my wife only in English. I scold our children only in Mandarin.

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Spiritual Exercises

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Penguin Books

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Carmen Giménez Smith
I wept with my grandmother when Reagan was shot because that's what she wanted. At night, she'd tell me about a city built by Evita for children in Buenos Aires, the city of her first exile.

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Be Recorder

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Graywolf Press

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Tautvyda Marcinkevičiūtė (translated from the Lithuanian by H.L. Hix)
I can't understand this international conversation through a black telephone coffin—between you and me.

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Terribly in Love: Selected Poems

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Lost Horse Press

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M. NourbeSe Philip
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Zong!

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Wesleyan University Press

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