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Collected Poems, Kenneth Allott & Michael Murphy

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In Michael Murphy’s new annotated edition of Kenneth Allott’s Collected Poems all Allott’s previously published work is combined with eighteen new poems, some of which have only recently come to light. The whole collection is introduced and annotated by Murphy and now represents the most complete picture of Allott, a man widely regarded as one of most exciting poets of the late Thirties.
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Cossacks and Bandits, Katia Kapovich

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Set in the West, Russia, Moldova and the Middle East, Katia Kapovich’s Cossacks and Bandits explores the personal histories of survivors of sociopolitical and economic distress, who are the true modern hero and heroine. In the final reckoning, survival and dignity depend on creative thinking and a leap of the imagination.
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Creature, Jerry Harp

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This collection engages with traditional forms and carries out various kinds of experimentation centering on the physical meaning of life. The poems confront issues of cognitive, spiritual and erotic experience, and address longing and desire in the material world. The Creature yearns for new language in which we can all more truly live.
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Deception Island, William Logan

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William Logan’s poetry has been called elegant, difficult, cranky, formidable, dazzling, intoxicating, and ominous. For almost forty years, he has published poems that do not fit comfortably with the work of most of his contemporaries, and perhaps do not want to fit at all. Deception Island, a selection from his first five books, is an introduction to the work of a poet who has taken a resistant pleasure in the Byzantine contrivance of Venice, in the empty vision of the American west, and in the romantic longing of British landscape.
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Designated Heartbeat, Bruce Andrews

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In this selection of shorter lyric poems, celebrated Language poet Bruce Andrews offers his charismatic blend of satire, wit and jouissance, creating a dizzying picture of modern America. In these poems Andrews explores a more intimate and domestic register, further reminding us of the astonishing range of this contemporary master.
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Double Venus, Aaron McCollough

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Aaron McCollough’s Double Venus meditates on social politics, personal politics, and the exchange between them. It concerns itself with the many manifestations of desire circulating within cultures of plenty. In doing so, Double Venus also adds to a tradition committed to socio-ethical practice based, in the final instance, on love.
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Down to Earth, John Wilkinson

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Down to Earth is at once a road poem of the American mid-West, an epic of migration and ubiquitous borders, and a meteorological model of energy transfer. This book knows no limit to poetry’s ambition, dodging every border post, down every highway, like the ocelot running through its narrative.
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Dr. Mephisto (Kindle version), Chris Emery

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A tenth anniversary edition of Chris Emery’s black comedy debut, Dr. Mephisto, made simultaneously available in print and electronic form. Flamboyant, funny, poignant and excessive, Emery’s modernist work is a picaresque, historical road show of hell from the brink of the 21st Century.
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