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“Scary, No Scary,” a delightfully bizarre poetry collection by Zachary Schomburg, draws readers into a post-apocalyptic dreamscape.
In “News of the World,” Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine shifts effortlessly between verse and prose.
Heather McHugh’s book of poems, “Upgraded to Serious,” is a clever social commentary on the world today through ones of the oldest forms of literature.
“Never-Ending Birds” by David Baker covers all the topics that make great poetry with sweeping Midwestern landscapes and stories of childhood, loss, and new loves.
The vibrant wit and clever twists of Amy Gerstler’s poems make “Dearest Creature” a must-read.
Lucia Perillo echoes Sylvia Plath in “Inseminating the Elephant,” a collection of poems that blend tragedy with wit and humor.
“The Collected Poems of C.P. Cavafy,” translated by Daniel Mendelsohn, renders the poet’s exquisite Greek ruminations in analogous English.
D.A. Powell’s poetry collection “Chronic” soars in its electric anger, celebration and suspicion of love.