Friday, July 1, 2011


  1. Gully by Roger Bonair-Agard (Cypher Books)
  2. FLOWER CART by Lisa Fishman (Ahsahta Press)
  3. Peril as Architectural Enrichment by Hazel White (Kelsey Street Press)
  4. Black Lines on Terracotta by Terry Van Vliet (BlazeVOX [books])
  5. Entrance to a colonial pageant in which we all begin to intricate by Johannes Göransson (Tarpaulin Sky Press)
  6. Ec(o)logues by Peter Lamborn Wilson (Station Hill Press of Barrytown)
  7. The Public Gardens: Poems and History by Linda Norton (Pressed Wafer)
  8. Dayglo by James Meetze (Ahsahta Press)
  9. Poems from Children's Island by Sasha Chernyi (Lightful Press)
  10. When I Was a Poet by David Meltzer (City Lights Publishers)
  11. Ordinary Sun by Matthew Henriksen (Black Ocean)
  12. Universal Beach by Vivek Narayanan (In Girum Imus Nocte et Consumimur Igni)
  13. The Dandelion Clock by Daniel Tiffany (Tinfish Press)
  14. The Whalen Poem by William Corbett (Hanging Loose Press)
  15. Texture Notes by Sawako Nakayasu (Letter Machine Editions)
  16. From the Middle Woods by Neeli Cherkovski (New Native Press)
  17. Clamor by Elyse Fenton (Cleveland State University Poetry Center)
  18. To Light Out by Karen Weiser (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  19. Rumored Islands by Robert Farnsworth (Harbor Mountain Press)
  20. Cool Limbo by Michael Montlack (NYQ Books)
  21. Up Jump the Boogie by John Murillo (Cypher Books)
  22. Night of Pure Breathing by Gerald Fleming (Hanging Loose Press)
  23. Man Years by Sandra Doller (Subito Press)
  24. People Are Tiny in Paintings of China by Cynthia Arrieu-King (Octopus Books)
  25. The Bigger World by Noelle Kocot (Wave Books)
  26. Cursivism by Will Hubbard (Ugly Duckling Presse)
  27. Destroyer of Man: Selected Poems by Dominic Owen Mallary by Dominic Mallary (Black Ocean)
  28. Studying Hunger Journals by Bernadette Mayer (Station Hill Press of Barrytown)
  29. Boris by the Sea by Matvei Yankelevich (Octopus Books)
  30. Can't Stop Now! by John Yamrus (Epic Rites Press)

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