Wednesday, March 2, 2011


  1. The Source by Noah Eli Gordon (Futurepoem Books)
  2. After the Ark by Luke Johnson (NYQ Books)
  3. Pink Elephant by Rachel McKibbens (Cypher Books)
  4. Expedition: New and Selected Poems by Arthur Vogelsang (Ashland Poetry Press)
  5. The Lessons by Joanne Diaz (Silverfish Review Press)
  6. The Bled by Frances McCue (Factory Hollow Press)
  7. Hi-Density Politics by Urayoán Noel (BlazeVOX Books)
  8. Humanimal: A Project for Future Children by Bhanu Kapil (Kelsey Street Press)
  9. People Are Tiny in Paintings of China by Cynthia Arrieu-King (Octopus Books)
  10. Clamor by Elyse Fenton (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)
  11. Home/Birth: A Poemic by Arielle Greenberg and Rachel Zucker (1913 Press)
  12. You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake by Anna Moschovakis (Coffee House Press)
  13. Meddle English: New and Selected Texts by Caroline Bergvall (Nightboat Books)
  14. The Whalen Poem by William Corbett (Hanging Loose Press)
  15. This Time We Are Both by Clark Coolidge (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  16. Selected Poems by Roy Fisher (Flood Editions)
  17. The Bark of the Dog by Merrill Gilfillan (Flood Editions)
  18. a beautiful name for a girl by Kirsten Kaschock (Ahsahta Press)
  19. 60 Textos by Sarah Riggs (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  20. An Introduction to the Prose Poem by Brian Clements and Jamey Dunham, Editors (Firewheel Editions)
  21. There Are People Who Say That Painters Shouldn't Talk: A GUSTONBOOK by Patrick James Dunagan (The Post-Apollo Press)
  22. Bathsheba Transatlantic by Sarah Wetzel (Anhinga Press)
  23. Styrofoam by Evelyn Reilly (Roof Books)
  24. The Network by Jena Osman (Fence Books)
  25. Poems by Grace Zabriskie (NYQ Books)
  26. Late in the Antenna Fields by Alan Gilbert (Futurepoem Books)
  27. Determination by Kit Robinson (Cuneiform Press)
  28. The Tree of No by Sandy Florian (Action Books)
  29. Beauport by Kate Colby (Litmus Press)
  30. The Grief Performance by Emily Kendal Frey (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)

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