books, books, books!

November 19, 2022

Pretty soon we will start seeing the annual best-of lists, but for the moment we still have plenty of book recommendations jumping off the shelf. Here’s another batch:

books for fall…

October 29, 2022

The poetry books, and lists of recommended titles, just keep coming!

Cozy up with a poetry book (or two)… and happy reading!


October 18, 2022

It’s a little terrifying to know how many poetry books there are to read. But we wouldn’t want you to miss out, so we’ll keep supplying these lists of recommended titles. (And by the way, we’ll hear soon from a poet who did the big gulp: 31 poetry books in a month as part of the Sealey Challenge.)

more to read

September 27, 2022

Looking for something to read? Here are some more suggestions:

Feel free to add your must-read poetry titles in the Comments.

reading September

September 4, 2022

If you scraped your bookshelves clean during the Sealey Challenge, here are a few more poetry book recommendations:

Have poetry favorites to share? Leave a comment!

more books!

August 9, 2022

Here are more recommendations and titles for your Sealey Challenge pile:

Happy reading! And if you have a favorite new poetry book to recommend, do leave a comment!

summer reading

July 16, 2022

We hope that your summer calendar has lots of space for reading and that your summer reading list has plenty of space for poetry. Here are some current recommendations:

Summer is also a good time for catching up with the book suggestions you may have missed. Here are links to some past what to read now posts.


July 3, 2022

Well, The Rumpus beat us to the headline “What to Read When You’ve Made it Halfway Through 2022” but they didn’t include all of the book recommendations, so here you go:

Happy reading! And if you have a poetry favorite, new or old, leave a comment for the benefit of other readers.


June 11, 2022

If you’re stacking up books for your summer reading, here are some titles, including a few slightly delayed recommendations:

Happy reading!

More new titles, plus a couple of catch-up recommendations, for your spring reading list:

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