• Extratransmission

    Extratransmission

    Abi-Karam, Andrea

    A poetic critique of nationalism, patriarchy & gender embedded in an explosive & unapologetic trauma narrative. -- publisher's copy

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  • Birthright

    Birthright

    Abraham, George

    Palestinian American poet/activist Abraham highlights the plight of the Palestinian people in caustic, free-flowing language. This is poetry not just read but laceratingly felt. -- Library Journal

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  • The Voice of Sheila Chandra

    The Voice of Sheila Chandra

    Ali, Kazim

    Much of what the poet has presented to us is painful, yes, but it is also beautiful in how it uses voice as a symbol for continued imagination. Altogether, The Voice of Sheila Chandra is both an excavation and compilation of our survival. -- NPR

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  • After Rubén

    After Rubén

    Aragón, Francisco

    An author, editor, and translator, Aragón brings every tool of his trades to the dexterously erudite, unabashedly personal, and deeply sensitive poems in this dynamic hybrid collection, a decade in the making. -- Booklist

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  • If They Come for Us

    If They Come for Us

    Asghar, Fatimah

    Honest, personal, and intimate without being insular or myopic, Asghar's collection reveals a sense of strength and hope found in identity and cultural history. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Galleons

    The Galleons

    Barot, Rick

    This ambitious new work by multi-award-winning poet Barot (Chord) presents his family's immigration from the Philippines to America as part of a larger investigation: What is history, and how does it comprise our stories? -- Library Journal

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  • Indigo

    Indigo

    Bass, Ellen

    Bass (Like a Beggar, 2014), recipient of three Pushcart Prizes and a Lambda Literary Award, presents a bold and passionate new collection assessing the human experience. -- Booklist

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  • This Wound Is A World

    This Wound Is A World

    Belcourt, Billy-Ray

    The new edition of a prize-winning memoir-in-poems, a meditation on life as a queer Indigenous man--available for the first time in the United States. -- publisher's copy

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  • Fantasia for the Man in Blue

    Fantasia for the Man in Blue

    Blount, Tommye

    Through charged words, masterful line breaks, and ekphrasis and persona pieces, these poems blur the line between intimacy and violence. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Tradition

    The Tradition

    Brown, Jericho

    A consummate craftsman, Brown conveys emotional and provocative content through plainspoken yet subtly lyrical forms whose delicacy only heightens the subversive force of his ideas, which can be delivered with unabashed, declarative candor. -- Library Journal

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