Sadiq Alkoriji

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Feel Free

Laird writes remarkable poems, self-reflective and socially drenched. Those here are rich instances of awakening and discovery. Highly recommended.

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Doomstead Days

These lyrical and evocative poems highlight the tentative interdependency between the natural and human worlds. Recommended for all poetry readers, especially those interested in ecopoetry.

The Crazy Bunch

Perdomo flowingly records a voyage of reminiscence undertaken with friends to identify and coalesce the crucial aspects of this most memorable place. Highly recommended.

The 44th of July

These attentive and subtle poems engage language expressively to address pressing realities, brilliantly demonstrating that poetry is action. Recommended for all poetry readers.
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How To Dress a Fish

Chabitnoy enacts a voyage that weaves history, social issues, and local culture into remarkable poems. Recommended for all poetry readers.
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The Gilded Auction Block

McCrae writes about his public concerns in poetically sharp and moving poems devoid of cliché and polemics. Recommended for all poetry readers.
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Dissolve

Bitsu goes beyond the local, using intense observation to explore broader issues of politics, spirituality, and the fragmentation of human life. Recommended for all poetry readers.
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Priest Turned Therapist Treats Fear of God

Hoagland imbues smooth narrative with irony and surreal humor to deliver an especially rewarding book. Recommended for all poetry readers.
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Oceanic

Reading Nezhukumatathil's poems is a practice in keenly observing life's details. The poet writes with a romantic sensibility about a world saturated with a deep sense of loss. Recommended for all poetry readers, especially those interested in ecopoetry.

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