3.11.2006

There's a Party in My Suitcase and Here's Who's Invited

Richard Blanco, City of a Hundred Fires
Chris Burawa, The Small Mystery of Lapses
Maxine Chernoff, Among the Names
Christopher Davis, The Patriot
Christopher Davis, A History of the Only War
Denise Duhamel, Kinky
Denise Duhamel, Two and Two
Ed. Michael Dumanis and Cate Marvin, Legitimate Dangers: American Poets of the New Century
Lara Glenum, The Hounds of No
Gabriel Gudding, A Defense of Poetry
Scott Hightower, Part of the Bargain
Jon Loomis, The Pleasure Principle
Sabinra Orah Mark, The Babies
Portraits by Margaretta K. Mitchell/Editor Zack Rogow, The Face of Poetry
Juliet Patterson, The Truant Lover
Amber Flora Thomas, Eye of Water
Chase Twichell, Dog Language
Ed Michael Wiegers, This Art: Poets About Poetry
David Wojahn, The Falling Hour
Rachel Zucker, The Last Clear Narrative

The one thing I missed: Matthew Thorburn's Subject to Change—will correct that at home.

5 comments:

  1. Even though it hurts to admit it, most of us non-AWPers are jealous. Not all, mind you. But most. And I'm not telling in which category I fall. So there.

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  2. Sounds like a great bunch of books!

    So, your blogger profile mentions Tim Dlugos! That makes me so happy to see others reading Dlugos! I know a lot of people who like Dlugos as much as I do, but it's always a surpise, an exciting surprise, to see his name in unexpectedly!
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  3. Great list. I missed the Lara Glenum book.

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  4. your reading rocked.

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