• Of Mongrelitude

    Of Mongrelitude

    Brolaski, Julian T.

    Brolaski captures the terrain of poetry's future. These poems look backward within Western literary traditions while projecting ahead to what's yet arriving. -- Rain Taxi

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  • Advice From the Lights

    Advice From the Lights

    Burt, Stephanie

    Burt mines a nearly limitless store of empathy, lending voices to living things and inanimate objects alike. -- Library Journal

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  • Water I Won't Touch

    Water I Won't Touch

    Candrilli, Kayleb Rae

    Candrilli is both deliberate and dangerous, a thrilling combination. -- Booklist

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  • A Year

    A Year

    Charles, Jos

    The luminous latest from Charles (feeld) unfolds in a series of short lyrics over the course of a year, holding time's progression in a delicate balance with a changing self. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Recombinant

    Recombinant

    Chen, Ching-In

    Investigates female and genderqueer lineage via labor smuggling and trafficking. -- publisher's copy

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  • The Book of Frank

    The Book of Frank

    Conrad, C. A.

    In direct, plainspoken language, Conrad creates a world of gothic intimacy and grotesque misdeed. -- Bookforum

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  • Wound From the Mouth of A Wound

    Wound From the Mouth of A Wound

    Greathouse, Torrin A.

    The glittering, energetic debut from greathouse seeks to honor and give voices to all bodies. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Amnesiac

    Amnesiac

    Harris, Duriel E.

    Framing the body and the self through the trope of portraiture, Harris engages the recurrent themes of this collection: corporeality, racism, violence, war, and the excavation of memories. -- Lambda Literary

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  • Slingshot

    Slingshot

    Johnson, Cyree Jarelle

    The poems present themselves as homemade weapons (like slingshots) against malign parents, authority figures, structural racism and fears of the other. -- New York Times Book Review

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  • Reacquainted With Life

    Reacquainted With Life

    Kokumọ

    Resilience, has never sounded sexier. -- publisher's copy

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