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And So I Was Blessed, Bunkong Tuon, NYQ Books

Aroma Truce, Terrell Jamal Terry, Black Lawrence Press

The Best Lover, Laura Boss, NYQ Books

A Body in Spite: A Slight Philosophy for Actors, Alain Jugnon, Nightboat Books

The Bosses, Sebastian Agudelo, Saturnalia Books

Bright Raft In the Afterweather, Jennifer Elise Foerster, University of Arizona Press

Commodore, Jacqueline Waters, Ugly Duckling Presse

Day’s End, Mickey J. Corrigan, Main Street Rag Pub Co

dead boy, Jason Morphew, Spuyten Duyvil

Disappeared, Jasmine V. Bailey, Carnegie Mellon University Press

Dovetail: Poems in Conversation and a Conversation, Kimiko Hahn & Tamiko Beyer, Slapering Hol Press

Fifteen Stones, Craig Czury, NYQ Books

God: A Handbook for the Disbeliever, Gordon Massman, NYQ Books

The History Worker, Jenny Drai, Black Lawrence Press

The Magician’s Handbook, Grant Clauser, PS Books

Mickey Rourke and the Bluebird of Happiness, W. S. Di Piero, Carnegie Mellon University Press

Museum of Kindness, Susan Elmslie, Brick Books

mxd kd mixtape, Malcolm Friend, Glass Poetry Press

Natality, E.G. Asher, Noemi Press

The New Nudity, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Saturnalia Books

North of the Charles: Early and Uncollected Poems, Charles North, Hanging Loose Press

Not Elegy, But Eros, Nausheen Eusuf, NYQ Books

Our One-Way Street, Rebecca Schemejda, NYQ Books

Paraguayan Sea, Wilson Bueno, Nightboat Books

Please State the Nature of Your Emergency, Aaron Anstett, Sagging Meniscus

Radioapocrypha, BK Fischer, Ohio State University Press

Rowing with Wings, James Harms, Carnegie Mellon University Press

The Second of Sorrow, Sean Thomas Dougherty, BOA Editions

Shape of Faith, John Phillips, Shearsman Books

Some Beheadings, Aditi Machado, Nightboat Books

Sometimes We’re All Living in a Foreign Country, Rebecca Morgan Frank, Carnegie Mellon University Press

Tantrum, Stella Corso, Rescue Press

The Temple She Became, Rachel Custer, Five Oaks Press

Vault, a poem, Kathleen Peirce, New Michigan Press

The World of Multicongruencies We Tend to Inhabit Increasingly, Albert Goldbarth, New Michigan Press