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.

The Fire Map

Katie Peterson
Incidents on the wane turn a darker green. The map disappears five years after they make it. Twelve years ago was awful— now it's gone. You'd have to talk to someone who lived through those fires to find out what burned. In no year does this map record our smoke.
from the book Fog And Smoke / Farrar, Straus and Giroux

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Su Cho
Every time I see something cool and point it out to someone it sneaks behind a building, shrinks itself, camera-shy So I will capture it here—

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The Symmetry of Fish

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Penguin Books

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Cole Swensen
he took my Maybelline eyeliner pencil—warm brown—and with that alone, made up my eyes, creating amazing nuances, subtleties, new depths and contours. Neither they nor I had ever before (nor ever have since) been so beautiful.

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And And And

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Shearsman

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Kyle Dargan
       Some who suffer---------------imagine I am strong             Each of my days---------------is no more than a dead         lock between my pains---------------and my "powers"

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Panzer Herz

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Northwestern University Press

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Emma Aylor
If you've seen a prayer spoken, you know something     of what I mean. The purpose of the prayer list,         read by the priest aloud, prior to a silence, is to hold

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Close Red Water

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Barrow Street

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Ha Jaeyoun (translated from the Korean by Sue Hyon Bae)
I’m not trying to say I’ve existed so long I can’t remember the quiet   noon, the work of keeping the body open in cracks of time,

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Radio Days

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Black Ocean

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