• Wade in the Water

    Wade in the Water

    Smith, Tracy K.

    A powerful collection that highlights all of Smith's strengths as a poet. -- Library Journal

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  • Monument

    Monument

    Trethewey, Natasha D.

    Two-term U.S. Poet Laureate Trethewey (Thrall) culls some of the finest work from her illustrious two-decade career and presents formally diverse new poems exploring her customary themes. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Stepwell

    Stepwell

    Tyabji, Azura

    Azura Mizan Tyabji serves as the 2018/19 Youth Poet Laureate of Seattle. As a writer, spoken word performer, facilitator, and educator, her poetry is motivated by a love for community, justice, and healing. -- publisher's copy

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  • Taking the Arrow Out of the Heart

    Taking the Arrow Out of the Heart

    Walker, Alice

    In her introduction to this newest volume of poems, Walker cites the "arrows of sorrow, of anger, of despair" that pierce the heart during troubled times, carrying out these concerns in the poems themselves, whether addressing harm done to animals, children, or the earth. -- Library Journal

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  • Blues Divine

    Blues Divine

    Webber, Storme

    Blues Divine is at heart an ancestral mixtape and tribute. These poems have been creative salvations, signposts, people's history and testimonies. Inside is a journey of many intersections and switchbacks, fast running rivers and swamplands, as well as those sacred places where sun splits the sky wide open. -- publisher's copy

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