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November 29, 2016

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All Things Lose Thousands of Times, Angela Penaredondo, Inlandia Institute

Arsonville, David Blair, New Issues Poetry & Prose

Black Pearl: Poems of love, sex and regret, Albert DeGenova, Virtual Artists Collective Poetry

Bodys, Vanessa Roveto, University of Iowa Press

Diaspora: Selected and New Poems, Frank Varela, Arte Publico Press

The Garage? Just Torch It., Dylan D. Debelis, Vine Leaves Press

Ghost Town Odes, Matt Schumacher, Redbat Books

In One Version of the Story, Chuck Charlise, New Issues Poetry & Prose

Inside Job, John Skoyles, Carnegie Mellon University Press

Inside the Walls of My Own House: The Complete Dark Shadows (Of My Childhood), Book 2, Tony Trigilo, BlazeVOX [books]

Kill the Dogs, Heather Bell, Rattle

Life As It, Daneen Wardrop, Ashland Poetry Press

Map of an Onion, Kenji C. Liu, Inlandia Institute

The Muddy Season, Matthew Raymond, Black Lawrence Press

The Others, Matthew Rohrer, Wave Books

The Rings of the Universe: Selected Poems, Ubaldo de Robertis, Chelsea House Pub

Roam, Larissa Dickey, Shearsman Books

Scape, Claire Bateman, New Issues Poetry & Prose

Small Crimes, Andrae Jurjevic, Anhinga Press

Spirit Boat: Poems of Crossing Over, Keith Tornheim, Ibbetson Street Press

Stomata, Genevieve Lehr, Brick Books

Suddenly It's Evening: Selected Poems, John Skoyles, Carnegie Mellon University Press

Take Nothing With You, Sarah V. Schweig, University of Iowa Press

Travelers and Society, Jeff Sirkin, Veliz Books

Where Are We in This Story?, Sarah Rosenblatt, Carnegie Mellon University Press

A White Page Demands Its Letters, Toni Ortner, Mayapple Press

The Women at the Well, Grace Bauer, Stephen F. Austin State University Press

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