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A Bridge Dead in the Water, James Thomas Stevens

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This collection by Mohawk poet, James Thomas Stevens explores the effects of colonization on either side of the Bering Strait – China and North America. Three long poems focus on mapping, post-colonial emergencies and propoganda, while the short poems are personal experiences in China and Native America.
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A Brief History of Time, Shaindel Beers

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A Brief History of Time is at once an exploration of what it is to grow up in rural America and a treatise for social justice. These poems, many of them award-winning, span a wide range of styles—from plainsong free verse to sestinas to nearly epic works.
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A Fold in the Map, Isobel Dixon

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A Fold in the Map charts two very different voyages: a tracing of the dislocations of leaving one’s native country, and a searching exploration of grief at a father’s final painful journey. These poems of accessible contemporary lyricism will speak memorably to travellers, lovers, and all those who mourn.
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A Lost Expression, Luke Kennard

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Fourth collection from award-winning poet Luke Kennard departs from previous outings in its scale and range while retaining his trademark wit and humour.
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All the Whiskey in Heaven, Charles Bernstein

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The British edition of Charles Bernstein's critically-acclaimed selected poems. Bernstein is widely regarded as one of the USA's most important contemporary poets and enjoys an international reputation. Salt will be publishing this selection alongside a long-awaited critical Companion to Bernstein's work.
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Almost Ashore, Gerald Vizenor

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Almost Ashore is a selection of new and nurtured poems. The scenes are sentiments of survivance, and a tease of nature in original haiku poems. The imagistic scenes and associations are similar to the visual images in Anishinaabe, or Chippewa, traditional dream songs, mythic by nature and connected by images of natural reason.
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Along the Line, Vivian Smith

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Filled with precise observation of the interior and exterior world, as well as lashings of wit, Smith’s wide-ranging, often poignant lyrics take us on tour through history, ideas, people and places. He is the perfect travel companion in a sortie of the century and its cultural outputs—as well as its detritus, cast-offs, conflict and ephemera. This perfectly weighted collection offers us pleasure, wisdom and redress.
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Andraste’s Hair (Kindle version), Eleanor Rees

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SHORT-LISTED FOR THE FELIX DENNIS BEST FIRST COLLECTION PRIZE (FORWARD PRIZES FOR POETRY 2007) The poems in Andraste’s Hair draw on myth, memory, folksong and murder ballad. Often set in a mythical Liverpool, a city of metamorphosis and magic, grotesque and beautiful, its buildings are a backdrop for visions and apprehensions of the past. Liverpool at night is a place where boundaries are crossed in search of knowledge – sexual, historical, and emotional, between life and death.
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