Thursday, February 17, 2011


  1. Up Jump the Boogie by John Murillo (Cypher Books)
  2. Clamor by Elyse Fenton (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)
  3. Ten Walks/Two Talks by Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  4. Mule by Shane McCrae (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)
  5. Ventrakl by Christian Hawkey (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  6. Humanimal: A Project for Future Children by Bhanu Kapil (Kelsey Street Press)
  7. Hank by Abraham Smith (Action Books)
  8. Born Palestinian, Born Black & The Gaza Suite by Suheir Hammad (UpSet Press)
  9. 100 Notes on Violence by Julie Carr (Ahsahta Press)
  10. Poems of the Black Object by Ronaldo V. Wilson (Futurepoem Books)
  11. The Book of Frank by CAConrad (Wave Books)
  12. Meddle English: New and Selected Texts by Caroline Bergvall (Nightboat Books)
  13. Beauport by Kate Colby (Litmus Press)
  14. Procedural Elegies/Western Civ Cont'd/ by Joan Retallack (Roof Books)
  15. Song for His Disappeared Love/Canto a Su Amor Desaparecido by Raúl Zurita (Action Books)
  16. Killing Kanoko: Selected Poems of Hiromi Itō by Hiromi Itō (Action Books)
  17. Yes Thing No Thing by Edwin Torres (Roof Books)
  18. Eunoia: Second Edition by Christian Bök (Coach House Books)
  19. From Milltown to Malltown by Jim Daniels, Jane McCafferty and Charlee Brodsky (Marick Press)
  20. Destruction Myth by Mathias Svalina (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)
  21. Tourist at a Miracle by Mark Statman (Hanging Loose Press)
  22. West Cliff Poems: The Poetry of Weng Chüan by Jonathan Chaves (Ahadada Books)
  23. Hi-Density Politics by Urayoán Noel (BlazeVOX Books)
  24. Determination by Kit Robinson (Cuneiform Press)
  25. Terra Lucida by Joseph Donahue (Talisman House)
  26. The Field Is Lethal by Suzanne Doppelt (Counterpath Press)
  27. Greensward by Cole Swensen (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  28. Quantum Entanglement by Carol Lynne Knight (Apalachee Press)
  29. The Black Automaton by Douglas Kearney (Fence Books)
  30. Pleasure by Brian Teare (Ahsahta Press)

A blizzard of new videos (hat tip to Anis Shivani at The Huffington Post) of authors reading from their just-published or forthcoming books!

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BONUS! (Thanks to Montevidayo)
Three videos of Raúl Zurita reading at Notre Dame with his translator Daniel Borzutzky.