New Releases: November 2018


Political Subject by Caleb Beckwith (Roof)
You Cannot Shoot a Poem
by Paula Closson Buck (Louisiana State University)
Attendance by Rocio Carlos & Rachel McLeod Kaminer (The Operating System)
The Resignation by Lonely Christopher (Roof)
Green-Wood by Allison Cobb (Nightboat)
Mouthguard by Sadie Dupuis (Gramma)
God Was Right by Diana Hamilton (Ugly Duckling)
Scardanelli by Friederike Mayröcker, translated by Jonathan Larson (Song Cave)
Live Streaming
 by Conor O’Callaghan (Wake Forest)
Gestures by Artis Ostups, translated by Jayde Will (Ugly Duckling)
The Bluest Kali by Scherezade Siobhan (Lithic)
On Self-Translation: Meditations on Language by Ilan Stavans (State University of New York)


Of Death. Minimal Odes by Hilda Hilst, translated by Laura Cesarco Eglin (co-im-press)


Three Syllables Describing Addiction by Kate Daniels (Bull City)


Aperture by Jacek Dehnel, translated by Karen Kovacik (Zephyr)
Homer’s The Odyssey translated by Emily Wilson (W. W. Norton)
Snake III: The Hunger Sutras by Gary Lemons (Red Hen)
In Country by Hugh Martin (BOA)
Rewilding by January Gill O’Neil (CavanKerry)
Precious Mirror by Kobun Chino Otogawa, translated by Gary Young (White Pine)
To the Ashes by Anzhelina Polonskaya, translated by Andrew Wachtel (Zephyr)
All We Know of Pleasure: Poetic Erotica by Women edited by Enid Shomer (Carolina Wren)
We Begin in Gladness: How Poets Progress by Craig Morgan Teicher (Graywolf)
Half-Hazard by Kristen Tracy (Graywolf)
Monument: Poems New & Selected by Natasha Trethewey (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)


Best New Poets 2018 edited by Kyle Dargan (Samovar/University of Virginia)


Lite Year by Tess Brown-Lavoie (Fence)
W. S. Graham selected by Michael Hofmann (New York Review of Books)
New Selected Poems by Thom Gunn, edited by Clive Wilmer (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Je Nathanaël by Nathanaël (Nightboat/BookThug)
A Sleepwalk on the Severn by Alice Oswald (W. W. Norton)
Peaches Goes It Alone by Frederick Seidel (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Running Upon the Wires by Kate Tempest (Bloomsbury)
Making Mirrors: Writing/Righting by Refugees edited by Jehan Bseiso & Becky Thompson (Interlink)


Cathedrals & Parking Lots: Collected Poems by Clemens Starck (Empty Bowl)


UNMANNED by Jessica Rae Bergamino (Noemi)
Debt by Mark Levine (Letter Machine)
Monk’s Eye by Cees Nooteboom, translated by David Colmer (Seagull)
Roughly for the North by Carrie Ayagaduk Ojanen (University of Alaska)
ever really hear it by Soham Patel (Subito)
Li Bai Rides a Celestial Dolphin Home by Tom Sexton (University of Alaska)
Hotel des Archives: A Trilogy by Chris Tysh (Station Hill Press of Barrytown)


How the End First Showed by D. M. Aderibigbe (University of Wisconsin)
Walking Backwards: Poems 1966–2016 by John Koethe (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
The Snows of Venice: The Lerner-Kluge Container by Ben Lerner & Alexander Kluge, with photographs & images by Gerhard Richter, Rebecca H. Quaytman & Thomas Demand (Spector)
Elementary Poetry by Andrei Monastyrski, edited & translated by Brian Droitcour & Yelena Kalinsky (Ugly Duckling Presse / Soberscove)
Why Can’t It Be Tenderness by Michelle Brittan Rosado (University of Wisconsin)
Parting Words: Victorian Poetry & Public Address by Justin A. Sider (University of Virginia)
Letters, Dreams & Other Writings by Remedios Varo, translated by Margaret Carson (Wakefield)
Song of Myself by Walt Whitman, edited by Stephen Mitchell (Shambhala)
Asymmetry by Adam Zagajewski, translated by Clare Cavanagh (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)


Transgressive Circulation by Johannes Goransson (Noemi)


Some Unquenchable Desire: Sanskrit Poems of the Buddhist Hermit Bhartrihari translated by Andrew Schelling (Shambhala)
The Condition of Secrecy: Essays by Inger Christensen, translated by Susanna Nied (New Directions)
Lord of the Butterflies by Andrea Gibson (Button)
Autobiography of Death by Kim Hyesoon, translated by Don Mee Choi (New Directions)
Silence, Joy by Thomas Merton (New Directions)
Abandoned Poems by Stanley Moss (Seven Stories)


Another Phase by Eloise Klein Healy (Red Hen)
Grimspound & Inhabiting Art
 by Rod Mengham (Carcanet)
An English Anthology by Leonard Nolens, translated by Vincent (Carcanet)
Swimming Chenango Lake: Selected Poems by Charles Tomlinson, edited by David Morley (Carcanet)