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‘unalone’ by Jessica Jacobs | LJ Review of the Day

PREMIUM

Daywork: Poems

These smart, readable poems are deceptively simple, with their implications emerging slowly as readers ponder along with the poet. A collection to dwell in; Fisher merits watching.

unalone

Speaking to Jew and Gentile, believer and nonbeliver, this poetry collection makes our hungers radiant. Highly recommended.
PREMIUM

Proverbs of Limbo: Poems

Memory and presence rub together beautifully in a rich patchwork quilt that sometimes doesn’t feel completely stitched together but whose immediacy is rewarding. A conversation starter from an important poet.

‘Bluff: Poems’ by Danez Smith | LJ Review of the Day

2024 Stars So Far | Poetry

Reconstruction of the Poet: Uncollected Works of Zbigniew Herbert

Indispensable writing from one of this age’s major poets and moralists. Highly recommended.

Bluff: Poems

Not to be missed; sure to be one of the best collections of the year.
PREMIUM

Sonnets for a Missing Key

For enthusiasts of Percival’s writing.
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