New Releases: October 2017

Here are some exciting new titles being published this month! Feel free to reach out if you’d like to reserve copies or to let us know about any October books to add to our list. We’re a small shop committed to housing a wide range of poetry from a wide range of presses, so if you don’t see something on our shelves, let us know! We’re happy to place orders for in-store pickup or for delivery (free on all orders $25 and above).

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Silk Poems by Jen Bervin (Nightboat Books)
Daydream by Jean Day (Litmus Press)
Bridge of the World by Roberto Harrison (Litmus Press)
Fort Not by Emily Skillings (The Song Cave)
Good Bones by Maggie Smith (Tupelo)


The Lazarus Poems by Kamau Brathwaite (Wesleyan)
You Envelop Me 
by Laynie Browne (Omnidawn)
Advice from the Lights by Steph Burt (Graywolf)
The Soluble Hour
by Hillary Gravendyk (Omnidawn)
Goddess of Democracy: an Occupy lyric by Henry Wei Leung (Omnidawn)
Rift of Light by William Logan (Penguin)
Some Beheadings by Aditi Machado (Nightboat)
All We Saw by Anne Michaels (Knopf)
Small Gods
by Matthew Minicucci (New Issues)
Mary’s Dust
 by Melinda Mueller (Entre Ríos Books)
from unincorporated territory [hacha] & from unincorporated territory [lukao] by Craig Santos Perez (Omnidawn)
by Wesley Rothman (New Issues)
Civil Twilight by Jeffrey Schultz (Ecco)
Semiautomatic by Evie Shockley (Wesleyan)
Flowers & Sky: Two Talks by Aaron Shurin (Entre Ríos Books)
Swinging on a Star by David Trinidad (Turtle Point)
In the Still of the Night by Dara Wier (Wave Books)
Alchemy for Cells & Other Beasts by Maya Jewell Zeller and Carrie DeBacker (Entre Ríos Books)


Precious Energy by Shannon Bramer (BookThug)


And So I Was Blessed by Bunkong Tuon (NYQ Books)


The Interrogation by Michael Bazzett (Milkweed)
All Soul Parts Returned
 by Bruce Beasley (BOA Editions)
The Education of a Young Poet by David Biespiel (Counterpoint)
Days When I Hid My Corpse in a Cardboard Box by Natalia Chan (Zephyr)
Some Say the Lark by Jennifer Chang (Alice James Books)
Beneath the Spanish by Victor Hernández Cruz (Coffee House Press)
River Hymns by Tyree Daye (Copper Canyon Press)
Thrust by Heather Derr-Smith (Persea)
Drakkar Noir by Jeramy Dodds (Coach House Books)
Maps by John Freeman (Copper Canyon Press)
An Orchard in the Street by Reginald Gibbons (BOA Editions)
Bread from a Stranger’s Oven by Janlori Goldman (White Pine)
October Dedications by Mang Ke (Zephyr Press)
blud by Rachel McKibbens (Copper Canyon Press)
Book of Twilight (Copper Canyon Press) & Venture of the Infinite Man (City Lights) by Pablo Neruda
Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver (Penguin Press)
Late Empire by Lisa Olstein (Copper Canyon Press)
My Ariel by Sina Queyras (Coach House Books)
Smoke of Horses by Charles Rafferty (BOA Editions)
Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie by Jay Ritchie (Coach House Books)
26 Poems by August Stramm (Green Integer)
Mirror by Zhang Zao (Zephyr Press)


Lost City Hydrothermal Field by Peter Milne Greiner (The Operating System)


Extramission by Whit Griffin (Lunar Chandelier Collective)


The Open Hand by David Axelrod (Lost Horse Press)
Collected Poems by Thomas Bernhard, translated by James Reidel (Seagull Books)
Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse edited by Grace Bauer and Julie Kane (Lost Horse Press)
Together Still by Yves Bonnefoy (Seagull Books)
Very Close to Pleasure, There’s a Sick Cat by Shakti Chattopadhyay (Seagull Books)
At the Burning Abyss: Experiencing the Georg Trakl Poem by Franz Fuhrman & Isabel Fargo Cole (Seagull Books)
The End of Something by Kate Greenstreet (Ahsahta)
Resisting Probability by Colin James (Sagging Meniscus Press)
Second Seedtime: Notebooks 1980-94 by Philippe Jaccottet (Seagull Books)
Fastness: A Translation from the English of Edmund Spenser by Trevor Joyce (Miami University Press)
Stumbling Blocks: Roman Poems by Karl Kirchwey (Triquarterly Books)
Landscape with Sex and Violence by Lynn Melnick (YesYes Books)
PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century edited by Douglas Messerli (Green Integer)
Father’s on the Phone with the Flies by Herta Müller, translated by Thomas Cooper and the author (Seagull)
Votives: Selected Poems (from the Literary Remains) by Kuno Raeber, translated by Stuart Friebert (Lost Horse Press)
A Field of Foundlings by Iryna Starovoyt, translated by Grace Mahoney (Lost Horse Press)
A Tree Whose Name I Don’t Know by Golan Haji, translated by Stephen Watts (A Midsummer Night’s Press)
This Dream the World: New & Selected Poems by Carolyne Wright (Lost Horse Press)


A Lesser Love by E. J. Koh (Pleiades/Louisiana State University)


The Bosses by Sebastian Agudelo (Saturnalia)
Set to Music a Wildfire by Ruth Awad (Southern Indiana Review Press)
The New Nudity by Hadara Bar-Nadav (Saturnalia)
Sonnets by Walter Benjamin (Fence Books)
Bookshops by Jorge Carrion (Biblioasis)
Book of Longing by Leonard Cohen (Ecco Press)
The Rain in Portugal by Billy Collins (Random House)
Posts by Tadeusz Dabrowski (Zephyr Press)
Roots of Wisdom by Zang Di (Zephyr Press)
The Man Among the Seals Inner Weather by Denis Johnson (Carnegie Mellon)
Timber Curtain by Frances McCue (Chin Music)
For Want of Water by Sasha Pimentel (Beacon)
Joan Darc by Nathalie Quintane (La Presse/Fence Books)
Kith by Divya Victor (Fence Books)
James Wright: A Life in Poetry by Jonathan Blunk (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)


Better Nature by Fenn Stewart (BookThug)


Unmark by Montreux Rotholtz (Burnside Review Press)
Who Reads Poetry?: 50 Views from Poetry Magazine edited by Fred Sasaki & Don Share (University of Chicago Press)


Broadax by Amy Lawless (Octopus Books)


Talking Pillow by Angela Ball (University of Pittsburgh)
City of the Future
by Sesshu Foster (Kaya Press)
A Good Cry: What We Learn from Tears and Laughter by Nikki Giovanni (William Morrow)


The Poetry Lesson by Andrei Codrescu (Princeton)


The Complete Poems of A. R. Ammons: Vol. 1, 1955-1977 & Vol. 2, 1978-2005 (W. W. Norton)
Invocation to Daughters
by Barbara Jane Reyes (City Lights)
Al Que Quiere!
by William Carlos Williams (New Directions)