New Releases: March 2019

3/1

Materia Prima by Amanda Berenguer (Ugly Duckling Presse)
The Luckiest Guy Alive by John Cooper Clarke (Pan Macmillan)
The Careless Seamstress by Tjawangwa Dema (Nebraska)
Off the Shelf: A Celebration of Bookshops in Verse by Carol Ann Duffy (Pan Macmillan)
Fable in the Blood: The Selected Poems of Byron Herbert Reece edited by Jim Clark (Georgia)
Your Body Is War by Mahtem Shiferraw (Nebraska)

3/4

Rivers of the Driftless Region by Mark Conway (Four Way)
Book of Ruin by Rigoberto González (Four Way)
Take Me with You, Wherever You’re Going by Jessica Jacobs (Four Way)
Forest with Castanets by Diane Mehta (Four Way)
A Crown of Hornets by Marcia Pelletiere (Four Way)

3/5

What’s in a Name? by Ana Luísa Amaral, translated by Margaret Jull Costa (New Directions)
Luxury, Blue Lace by S. Brook Corfman (Autumn House)
SINK by Desiree Dallagiacomo (Button)
Oxota: A Short Russian Novel by Lyn Hejinian (Wesleyan)
The Art of Voice: Poetic Principles & Practice by Tony Hoagland, with Kay Cosgrove (W. W. Norton)
Friedrich Hölderlin: Selected Poems & Letters translated by Christopher Middleton (The Last Books)
Deaf Republic by Ilya Kaminsky (Graywolf)
Tap Out by Edgar Kunz (Mariner)
Mitochondrial Night by Ed Bok Lee (Coffee House)

3/6

My Lookalike at the Krishna Temple by Jacqueline Osherow (Louisiana State University)

3/8

Against Translation by Alan Shapiro (University of Chicago)

3/12

Snake Poems: An Aztec Invocation by Francisco X. Alarcón, edited by Odilia Galván Rodríguez & translated by David Bowles & Xánath Caraza (Arizona)
Immediate Song by Dan Bogen (Milkweed)
Intrusive Beauty by Joseph J. Capista (Ohio University)
The Low Passions by Anders Carlson-Wee (W. W. Norton)
Judgment Day by Sandra Gilbert (W. W. Norton)
Salt by David Harsent (Faber & Faber)
Unreconciled: Poems 1991–2013 by Michel Houellebecq, translated by Gavin Bowd (FSG)
Another Last Day by Alex Lemon (Milkweed)
The Summer of Dead Birds by Ali Liebegott (Amethyst/CUNY)
Letters to Goya: Poems, Titles & Letters to the Dead by James Magee (Cinco Puntos)
Ridiculous Light by Valencia Robin (Persea)
tsunami vs. the fukushima 50 by Lee Ann Roripaugh (Milkweed)
Ink Knows No Borders: Poems of the Immigrant & Refugee Experience edited by Patrice Vecchione & Alyssa Raymond (Triangle Square / Seven Stories)
Lucy Negro, Redux: The Bard, a Book & a Ballet by Caroline Randall Williams, with libretto by Paul Vasterling (Third Man)
When It Rains / Mat hekid o ju: Tohono O’Odham & Pima Poetry edited by Ofelia Zepeda (Arizona)

3/15

The Last Visit by Chad Abushanab (Autumn House)
Popular Vote by Star Black (Saturnalia)
Heart Like a Window, Mouth Like a Cliff by Sara Borjas (Noemi)
Dream of the Trenches by Kate Colby (Noemi)
Of Darkness & Light: Poems of Kim Cornwall edited by Wendy Erd (Alaska)
Be-Hooved by Mar Ka (Alaska)
Ordinary Chaos by Kimberly Kruge (Carnegie-Mellon)
Sergei Kuzmich from All Sides by Jessica Laser (Letter Machine)
Colonize Me by Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley (Saturnalia)
Blue Flame by Emily Pettit (Carnegie-Mellon)
Gravity Assist by Martha Silano (Saturnalia)
How the Universe Is Made: Poems New & Selected 1985–2019 by Stephanie Strickland (Ahsahta)
Grenade in Mouth: Some Poems of Miyó Vestrini edited by Faride Mereb & Elisa Maggi, translated by Anne Boyer & Cassandra Gillig (Kenning Editions)

3/19

Days & Days by Michael Dickman (Knopf)
What You Have Heard Is True: A Memoir of Witness and Resistance by Carolyn Forché (Penguin Press)
A Theory of the Aphorism: From Confucius to Twitter by Andrew Hui (Princeton)
Who Wants to Be a Jewish Writer? & Other Essays by Adam Kirsch (Yale)
Scared Violent Like Horses by John McCarthy (Milkweed)
Flow: Poems Collected & New by Roy Miki, edited by Michael Barnholden (Talonbooks)
Sun in Days by Meghan O’Rourke (W. W. Norton)
White Card: A Play by Claudia Rankine (Graywolf)

3/20

A Drink of Red Mirror by Kim Hyesoon, translated by Jiwon Shin, Lauren Albin & Sue Hyon Bae (Action)

3/24

Naked Thoughts by Róbert Gál, translated from the Slovak by David Short, with illustrations by Viktor Kopasz (Black Sun Lit)

3/25

Vidya’s Tree by Claire Kageyama-Ramakrishnan (Bull City)

3/26

How to Love a Country by Richard Blanco (Beacon)
no time like now by Andrei Codrescu (University of Pittsburgh)
i: New & Selected Poems by Toi Derricotte (University of Pittsburgh)
A Delicate Aggression: Savagery & Survival in the Iowa Writers’ Workshop by David O. Dowling (Yale)
Little Labors by Rivka Galchen (New Directions)
heft by Doyali Islam (McClelland & Stewart)
Magnetic Equator by Kaie Kellough (McClelland & Stewart)
Drolleries by Cassidy McFadzean (McClelland & Stewart)
Death Metal Pastorals by Ryan Patrick Smith (Black Lawrence)
Zora & Langston: A Story of Friendship & Betrayal by Yuval Taylor (W. W. Norton)

3/27

Grand Marronage by Irene Mathieu (Switchback)

3/30

The Riot Grrrl Thing by Sara Larsen (ROOF)
Thought Balloon by Kit Robinson (ROOF)