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Danielle Cadena Deulen
Recall the feel of sap, the rules of hide-and-seek, the bitter milk of dandelion dared to the tongue.

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Prairie Schooner

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Lasse Söderberg (translated from the Swedish by Lars Gustaf Andersson & Carolyn Forché)
He who wants to remember, and is full of darkness himself, must stand by the brim of himself as by a well...

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Arrowsmith Press

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Harmony Holiday
we  kept  laughing      uncontrollably  now    and  the  rain    sounds   steal  drums   as  us   forgetting     to   act   stolen

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Fence Books

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Stacie Cassarino
Three geese take refuge. There were supposed to be thousands of them. They were supposed to put on a show for us.

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Poetry Northwest

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Lauren Goodwin Slaughter
I came here for the question answered by the crowd's ovation: a man now, must I have blood on my face to be seen.

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Panhandler

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Eric Tran
He apologizes years after the incision healed, like the scar wasn't a lovely pink. I imagine the lights baring down on him, how so many lucky hands got to press against his skin.

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Diode Editions

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Vasily Kamensky (translated from the Russian by Eugene Ostashevsky & Typography by Daniel Mellis)

An experimental poem by Vasily Kamensky that explores the spatial possibilities of the printed page.

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Editions 42°

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C J Evans
Paint, old wool, the mountain. We should. Every reliquary, every fault, every grave should make a sound.

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Sarabande Books

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Rae Armantrout
The way nothing is quite true and everything bears repeating

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Wesleyan University Press

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Mark Kyungsoo Bias
A little Korean boy falls through the halo; a black cat in a shoebox.

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The Common

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