New Releases: May 2019


Meet Me There: Normal Sex & Home in three days. Don’t wash. by Samuel Ace (Belladonna*)
Our Weather Our Sea by Samuel Ace (Black Radish)
A Frank O’Hara Notebook
 by Bill Berkson, edited by Jordan Kantor (No Place Press/MIT)
SIR by Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle (Litmus)
Hysteria by Kim Yideum, translated by Jake Levine, Soeun Seo & Hedgie Choi (Action)
since i moved in by Trace Peterson (Chax)
Came Home to Winter by Judith Skillman (Deerbrook)
Witness in the Convex Mirror by Eileen R. Tabios (TinFish)


Lost Horizon by Nathaniel Farrell (Ugly Duckling Presse)
Motion Studies 
by Jena Osman (Ugly Duckling Presse)
The Winter Garden Photograph by Reina María Rodríguez, translated by Kristin Dykstra (Ugly Duckling Presse)


Bright Stain by Francesca Bell (Red Hen)
The Human Half by Deborah Brown (BOA)
Is, Is Not by Tess Gallagher (Graywolf)
Cold Mountain Poems: Zen Poems of Han Shan, Shih Te & Wang Fan-chih translated by J. P. Seaton (Shambhala)
Casting Shadows by Troy Harkin (Kelp Queen/ChiZine)
Mosses & Lichens by Devin Johnston (FSG)
Love Three: A Study of a Poem by George Herbert by Aaron Kunin (Wave)
Angel Bones by Ilyse Kusnetz (Alice James)
Mahabharata translated by William Buck (University of California)
Personal Volcano by Laura Moriarty (Nightboat)
day pulls down the sky / a filament in gold leaf by Okwui Okpokwasili & Asiya Wadud (Belladonna*)
Exiles of Eden by Ladan Osman (Coffee House)
Nightingale by Paisley Rekdal (Copper Canyon)
Sappho: A New Translation by Mary Barnard (University of California)
What I Knew by Eleni Sikelianos (Nightboat)
As Close to the Edge without Going Over by David Silverberg (Kelp Queen/ChiZine)
Salad Anniversary by Machi Tawara, translated by Juliet Winters Carpenter (Pushkin)
Paper-Thin Skin by Aigerim Tazhi, translated by J. Kates (Zephyr)
Dear Delinquent by Ann Townsend (Sarabande)
Disintegrate/ Dissociate by Arielle Twist (Arsenal Pulp)
Keeping / the window open: Interviews, statements, alarms, excursions by Rosmarie Waldrop & Keith Waldrop, edited by Ben Lerner (Wave)
Even Then by Michael Wurster (University of Pittsburgh)


A Life in a Poem by David Rosenberg (Shearsman)


Narrow Road to the Interior & Other Writings by Matsuo Bashō, translated by Sam Hamill (Shambhala)
American Selfie by Curtis Bauer (Barrow Street)
More Gone by Edmund Berrigan (City Lights)
Hybrida by Tina Chang (W. W. Norton)
PERFACT by Nicole Raziya Fong (Talonbooks)
Skins of Columbus by Edgar Garcia (Fence)
Patricide by Dave Harris (Button)
Exuberance by Dolores Hayden (Red Hen)
My Heart Is a Rose Manhattan by Nikki Reimer (Talonbooks)
Lima :: Limón by Natalie Scenters-Zapico (Copper Canyon)


A Cannibal Explains Himself to Himself by Will Alexander (The Elephants)
Ugly Music
 by Diannely Antigua (YesYes)
Grinning & Bare
 by Ebony Isis Booth (West End/University of New Mexico)
This, Sisyphus by Brandon Courtney (YesYes)
Trusting on the Wide Air: Poems of Uruguay
edited by Laura Chalar & Jesse Lee Kercheval (Dialogos/Lavender Ink)
Disquieting: Essays on Silence 
by Cynthia Cruz (BookThug)
In the Months of My Son’s Recovery by Kate Daniels (Louisiana State University)
The Inner Trees: Selected Poems of Yvan Goll translated & edited by Thomas Rain Crowe (White Pine)
Wounds Fragments Derelict by Carlos Gabriel Kelly (2Leaf)
Stay by Tanya Olson (YesYes)


Braille Rainbow by Mike Barnes (Biblioasis)
Don’t Read Poetry: A Book about How to Read Poems by Stephanie Burt (Basic)
Little Glass Planet by Dobby Gibson (Graywolf)
Rattlesnake Allegory by Joe Jiménez (Red Hen)
The Eloquent Poem: 128 Contemporary Poems & Their Making
edited by Elise Paschen (Persea)
I Even Regret Night: Holi Songs of the Demerara by Lalbihari Sharma, translated by Rajiv Mohabir (Kaya)
Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love by Keith S. Wilson (Copper Canyon)


Jim Harrison: The Essential Poems edited by Joseph Bednarik (Copper Canyon)
Peripheral Vision by Susan Kinsolving (Red Hen)
Mourning Songs: Poems of Sorrow & Beauty edited by Grace Schulman (New Directions)
Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman, introduction by John Hollander (Vintage)


You Are the Battery by Thomas Devaney (Black Square)