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Winter Recipes from the Collective: Poems

Inherently reticent, like oysters opening ever so slowly, these poems are reluctant to display their pearls, but patient readers will discern an opalescence they may have missed on the first reading.
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America

With subject matter as contemporary as today’s headlines, Valverde shows that poetry has never been more relevant and immediate.
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What To Miss When: Poems

The power in this collection lies in the way Stein serves her feelings on ice. Although she never mentions T. S. Eliot, her writing style is influenced by his notion that poetry is not a turning loose of emotion but an escape from it.

Cutlish

Rich with history, layered, and likely to enthrall seasoned and newer readers of poetry. Highly recommended.
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How To Not Be Afraid of Everything

The collection often surprises in its playfulness or self-deprecation, given the weight of the poems’ subject matter, and is a solid addition to poetry collections.
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Requeening: Poems

These highly descriptive poems evoke a dreamlike state, one that is quick-moving and evocative, temporarily erasing actual and imagined boundaries.
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The Collection Plate: Poems

Recommended for all collections.

Jim Harrison: Complete Poems

This immense volume will bring great pleasure to readers of James Wright and John Haines and may be the perfect lure for ardent readers of Harrison’s fiction; they will find many poems to cherish.
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Borderline Fortune

For most readers of poetry, Miller will be a new and invigorating voice, fully conversant with the ambiguities of our present day.
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