Graham Christian

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The Government Lake: Last Poems

Tate’s readers will not be disappointed in his final work, which evinces no diminishment of his talent or failure of his wry-necked perspective on worldly experience.

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Little Glass Planet: Poems

Idiosyncratic and memorable, Gibson's poetry will reward readers even through its moments of anguish: "If we belong to anything in the universe,/ it's to our own music."
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no time like now: Poems

A grim but somehow salutary record of our moment from one of our truly distinctive poetic voices

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Little Glass Planet: Poems

Idiosyncratic and memorable, Gibson’s poetry will reward readers even through its moments of anguish: “If we belong to anything in the universe,/ it’s to our own music.”
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Soft Targets

Not easy or comforting reading, Landau’s latest works as both memory and warning. For serious readers of poetry.

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Spell

This collection, an important milestone in an important career, is suitably spellbinding as a whole, with many individual successes ("Pause"; "Monody"; "The Poet") likely to last. For all readers of contemporary poetry.
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So Far So Good

Le Guin's last completed collection should be accessible to a wide range of readers, including her fiction fans; her keen and eloquent style engages age, memory, nature, time, and perception.

So Far So Good

Le Guin's last completed collection should be accessible to a wide range of readers, including her fiction fans; her keen and eloquent style engages age, memory, nature, time, and perception.
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Because

More important and impressive as testimony, perhaps, than as poetry, Mensch's first volume should find an audience in recovery circles as well as among poetry readers.

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