more new

January 29, 2018

Here’s another batch of new and “most anticipated” poetry books, thanks to Craig Morgan Teicher and NPR: The Personal Is Always Political: A 2018 Poetry Preview.


in the pipeline

January 9, 2018

Hot on the heels of the 2017 best-of lists are 2018 poetry-books-to-watch-for lists. Here’s a starter:

Happy reading!

poetry in the pipeline

June 24, 2017

While it hardly seems fair to use the F word (Fall) so early in the summer, Publishers Weekly has just issued its Fall 2017 Announcements: Poetry list and we thought you might be interested. Following PW’s projected Top 10 list is a list of fall titles from many poetry publishers. That leaves you just a few months to clear some space on your poetry shelves — or, better yet, add a new one.

forthcoming, part 2

January 4, 2017

New Poetry 2017

Many “Most Anticipated” lists have been released and while most don’t include poetry, Vulture makes a near-exception by including the forthcoming memoir, Priestdaddy, by Patricia Lockwood, on its list, and TIME includes Sherman Alexie’s memoir, You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me.

Happy reading.


December 26, 2016

New Poetry 2017

In addition to year-end best-of listings, publishers and publications have started announcing their most anticipated titles for 2017. Here are a few to start your browsing:

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