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Cyclorama

Cyclorama
Daneen Wardrop, Foreword by Kimiko Hahn
"This long poem, pitched in so many American voices, is a powerful summoning-back . . . . . Cyclorama keeps our dead with us, alongside the living souls we carry in our unfinished civil war. Daneen Wardrop is a rare poet of conscience."—Jean Valentine

On Generation & Corruption

On Generation & Corruption
Terrence Chiusano
Composed of several distinct yet inter-woven long poems, On Generation & Corruption is structured around the conceits of location and dislocation, as it deconstructs a picture-postcard American town.

Errings

Errings
Peter Streckfus
Spoken on the margin between death and birth, reading and writing, separation and union, the poems of Errings address the absent

Gray Matter

Gray Matter
Sara Michas-Martin, Foreword by Susan Wheeler
"Michas-Martin writes in beautifully tight language, making just about every word carry weight."—Poets' Quarterly

Heartbeats in the Muck

The History, Sea Life, and Environment of New York Harbor, Revised Edition
John Waldman

"Hurricane Sandy reminded New Yorkers that the waterways surrounding them can be a dire threat as well as a great asset. This is a good time to explore their history. John Waldman, a biology professor at Queens College, offers a brief and elegantly written tour in Heartbeats in the Muck: The History, Sea Life and Environment of New York Harbor."

-The New York Times

 




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