The Book Collector by Tim Bowling: a new collection from one of the most consistently excellent narrative poets writing in
Halflife by Meghan O’Rourke: a debut collection from another young American. I recognized her name as the new poetry editor for The Paris Review, so I picked it up and thumbed through it. There were many impressive blurbs on the back cover. Yes, I sometimes notice these things. Inside the book, I read a couple poems that I liked, including one about a tiger at the
Seaway: New & Selected Poems by Todd Swift: Todd has been living across the pond for a long while, and I think it’s a good idea for him to put out a new and selected with Salmon Poetry. Here’s a poet who’s building a solid reputation for himself on both sides of the
Someone took my Ashland too.
Ashland rocks. And congrats to Todd Swift--that's quite an accomplishment.
Ashland has the wonderfully dark prose-poetry sequence that later became the almost-legendary-already Outlander.
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