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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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Lynn Melnick
From the time I was small I was told we're unsafe, told when they come back for us, when the Nazis come, back for us

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Refusenik

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YesYes Books

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Pere Gimferrer (translated from the Spanish by Adrian Nathan West)
The sea has its mechanics as love has its symbols. With what racket the red curtain rises or in this proscenium above an empty stage a rumor of statues resounds, iris fronds, cutlasses, doves that descend and softly alight.

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Pere Gimferrer

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New York Review of Books

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Reginald Dwayne Betts
someone wailed & the boy’s mother yells: This ain’t justice. You can’t throw my son into that fucking ocean. She meant jail. & we was powerless to stop it. & too damn tired to be beautiful.

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Felon

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W. W. Norton & Company

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Barbara Fant
The screech becomes a bullet without a window to land through, just a body, a backyard, a shovel.

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Mouths of Garden

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Sundress Publications

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Jan Verberkmoes
but have you seen a horse bury herself she falls through the vanishing point in her body and into a field       she digs with her teeth...

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Firewatch

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Fonograf Editions

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Shannon Webb-Campbell
dreaming in a borrowed bed a woman made of primary colours...

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Lunar Tides

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Book*hug Press

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Eamon Grennan

This tiniest mite of an ant, no bigger than a full stop, is making its careful way across a poem by Celan and stopping to inspect with its ant feelers (can it smell or see? is all in the idiom of touch?)

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Plainchant

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Red Hen Press

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Morgan Parker
Singing enters me, becomes the window. Baby think of my skin as the best part of the song. Take me by the ribs and lay me at the bottom of a dirty creek where I can get a good view.

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Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up at Night

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Tin House

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Mihaela Moscaliuc
Why not swill fine cellar wine directly from the bottle why not waltz while mother cooks onions in the rain so they won’t pollute the inside with their crass smell

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Cemetery Ink

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University of Pittsburgh Press

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Laynie Browne
1. I stayed up later than my body 2. Determined and strange 3. Am I less cynical unbroken...

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Translatin of the Lilies Back into Lists

Publisher

Wave Books

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