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Amelia Klein’s poems have appeared in Tin House, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere.
Poems about being “half.”
“Stationed fast to parentheses of sleep and winter,” Allison Titus's debut collection, The Sum of Every Lost Ship, probes the emotion of the (nearly) motionless.
Digger, the moons
of your nails are
black. You dug
through night, and now
By Fanny Howe.
Two new collections challenge lyric's decorum.
A book about seeking, though for just what is never wholly clear.
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Annette Zimmermann, Elena Di Rosa, Hochan Kim
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