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Carrying Water to the Field

by Matt Sutherland

Precise in the language of everyday, rich in wisdom and maturity, Joyce Sutphen’s newest collection, her eighth, speaks to her comfort with farm life, travel, aging, the distortions of memory. Sutphen is Minnesota’s poet laureate and... Read More

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Space Struck

by Matt Sutherland

The playfulness and creative flourishes showcase the poet having the time of their life in crafting this debut. Recipient of the Editor’s Award in Poetry from The Florida Review, Paige Lewis’s work has appeared in Ploughshares,... Read More

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Rain and Embers

by Joseph S. Pete

The moving poems collected in "Rain and Embers" focus on displacement and the search for one’s place in the world. Iraqi refugee-turned-American citizen Ali Nuri’s lyrical poetry collection "Rain and Embers" focuses on his quest for... Read More

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Hull

by Rebecca Foster

Nonbinary poet Xandria Phillips’s poetry collection "Hull" employs the language of dreams and fraught journeys, laying bare the historical and current threats to black and queer bodies. The still-powerful forces of colonialism and... Read More

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Refugia

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

A refugia is a place where organisms can survive because they are protected in some way from the surrounding inhospitable environment; climate change has rendered the earth one such “flaming wreck.” Quietly political, the book’s... Read More

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The Nurseryman

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The characters of Arthur Allen’s "The Nurseryman" follow the trail of Martin Frobisher, explorer of the great North, who “discovered” Meta Incognita, now part of Baffin Island. Written in sixteenth-century style, the book’s... Read More

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