New Releases: September 2017

Here are some exciting new titles being published this month! Feel free to reach out if you’d like to reserve copies or to let us know about any September books to add to our list. We’re a small shop committed to housing a wide range of poetry from a wide a range of presses, so if you don’t see something on our shelves, let us know! We’re happy to place orders for in-store pick-up or delivery (free on all orders $25 and above).

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Mount Carmel & the Blood of Parnassus by Anaïs Duplan (Monster House)
The Zoo at Night
 by Susan Gubernat (University of Nebraska Press)
Angel Hill by Michael Longley (Wake Forest University Press)
On Lost Sheep by Shiro Murano (Tinfish)
Songs for Schizoid Siblings by Lionel Ziprin (Song Cave)


Dear All, by Maggie Anderson (Four Way Books)
The Moon Is Almost Full by Chana Bloch (Autumn House Press)
I Know Your Kind by William Brewer (Milkweed)
Sappho’s Gymnasium by Olga Broumas & T Begley (Nightboat)
While Standing in Line for Death by CAConrad (Wave Books)
Imaginary Royalty by Miranda Field (Four Way Books)
The Children Are Reading by Gabriel Fried (Four Way Books)
Coming About by Michelle Gillett (Four Way Books)
When Hollywood Comes to You by Vincent Guerra (Four Way Books)
Unreconciled: Poems 1991-2013 by Michel Houellebecq (Farrar Straus & Giroux)
Royals by Cedar Sigo (Wave Books)
Don’t Call Us Dead by Danez Smith (Graywolf)
Best American Poetry 2017 ed. by Natasha Trethewey (Scribner)
Scales: Melographed by Cesar Vallejo ed. by Mulligan (Wesleyan)
Poetry of Derek Walcott 1948-2013 ed. by Glyn Maxwell (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Silencer by Marcus Wicker (Mariner Books)
Unlikely Designs by Kate Willingham (University of Chicago Press)
Blue Laws: Selected & Uncollected by Kevin Young (Knopf)
Unaccompanied by Javier Zamora (Copper Canyon Press)


Vixen by Cherene Sherrard (Autumn House)


New & Collected Poems of Jane Gentry ed. by Julia Johnson (University of Kentucky Press)


Children with Enemies by Stuart Dischell (University of Chicago Press)


Calling a Wolf a Wolf  by Kaveh Akbar (Alice James Books)
If I Were a Suicide Bomber by Per Aage Brandt (Open Letter)
Rocket Fantastic by Gabrielle Calvocoressi (Persea)
Electric Arches by Eve L Ewing (Haymarket Books)
Purifications or the Sign of Retaliation by Myriam Fraga, trans. by Chloe Hill (White Pine)
Sky Country by Christine Kitano (BOA Editions)
Ordinary Beast by Nicole Sealey (Ecco)
Love in the Last Days: After Tristan and Iseult by D Nurkse (Knopf)
Devotion by Patti Smith (Yale University Press)
Late Beauty by Tuvia Ruebner (Zephyr Press)
House by Itself: Selected Haiku of Masaoka Shiki (White Pine)
Particles: New & Selected by Dan Gerber (Copper Canyon Press)
Directions for Use by Anna Ristovic (Zephyr Press)
Last Cigarette on Earth by Benjamin Alire Sáenz (Cinco Puntos)
Madness by sam sax (Penguin)
Amputee’s Guide to Sex by Jillian Weise (Soft Skull Press)


Girl after Girl after Girl by Nicole Cooley (Louisiana State University Press)


Where Outside the Body Is the Soul Today by Melissa Kwasny (University of Washington Press)


Thaw by Chelsea Dingman (University of Georgia Press)
Begin with a Failed Body by Natalie Graham (University of Georgia Press)
Favorite Daughter by Nancy Huang (Write Bloody)
Taught by Women by Haki R. Madhubuti (Third World Press)
Do Not Bring Him Water by Caitlin Scarano (Write Bloody)


Another Language by Eileen Chong (Braziller)
Adultolescence by Gabbie Hanna (Atria Press)
Visible Instruments by Michael Kelleher (Chax)
We’re On: A June Jordan Reader by ed. by Cristoph Keller (Alice James Books)
Beginner’s Guide to a Head-On Collision by Sebastian Matthews (Red Hen Press)
Sonic Peace
by Kiriu Minashita (Phoneme Press)
Sun in Days by Meghan O’Rourke (Norton)
To See the Earth Before the End of the World by Ed Roberson (Wesleyan)
Transnational Battle Field by Heriberto Yépez (Commune Press)


The Aeneid by Virgil ed. by David Ferry (University of Chicago Press)


The Best of Poetry in Motion ed. by Billy Collins (Norton)
Bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward (Penguin)
Heaven Is All Goodbyes by Tongo Eisen-Martin (City Lights)
Real Is the Word They Use to Contain Us by Noah Wareness (Biblioasis)


Gift of Delay: Selected Poems by Maja Vidmar (Dalkey Archive Press)


Monochords by Yannis Ritsos, trans. Paul Merchant (Tavern Books)