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Fleche

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WINNER OF THE COSTA POETRY AWARD 2019 Poet: Mary Jean Chan Published:4 Jul 2019 WINNER OF THE COSTA POETRY AWARDPOETRY BOOK SOCIETY RECOMMENDATIONFleche (the French word for 'arrow') is an offensive technique commonly used in fencing, a sport of Mary Jean Chan's young adult years, when she competed locally and internationally for her home city, Hong Kong. This cross-linguistic pun...
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Reckless Paper Birds

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Finalist of the 2019 Costa Poetry Award Author: John McCullough Published:15 May 2019  
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The Mizzy

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Finalist of the 2019 Costa Poetry Award Author: Paul Farley Published:17 Oct 2019 Description Paul Farley is now widely recognized as one of the leading English poets writing today. As usual it is impossible to summarize in terms of theme, as his interests are too various: there's an air of 'the innocence of childhood' being viewed through the corrective lens...
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Surge

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Finalist of the 2019 Costa Poetry Award Author: Jay Bernard Published:20 Jun 2019 Description *Shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award 2019**Shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize 2019**Shortlisted for Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2019**Winner of the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry*Jay Bernard's extraordinary debut is a fearlessly original exploration of the black British archive: an enquiry...
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Be Recorder : Poems

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Finalist, National Book Awards 2019 for Poetry Author: Carmen Gimenez Smith Published:2 Aug 2019 Description Be Recorder offers readers a blazing way forward into an as yet unmade world. The many times and tongues in these poems investigate the precariousness of personhood in lines that excoriate and sanctify. Carmen Gimenez Smith turns the increasingly pressing urge to cry out into...
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Deaf Republic

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Finalist, National Book Awards 2019 for Poetry Author: Ilya Kaminski Published:20 Jun 2019 Description BBC Radio 4 BOOK OF THE WEEKFORWARD PRIZE 2019 SHORTLISTPOETRY BOOK SOCIETY CHOICE 2019The long-awaited new collection from Ilya Kaminsky: a remarkable parable in poems which asks us, what is silence?Deaf Republic opens in a time of political unrest in an occupied territory. It is uncertain...
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I, New and Selected Poems

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Finalist, National Book Awards 2019 for Poetry Poet: Toi Dericotte Published:30 Mar 2020 Description I, New and Selected Poems shows the reader both the closeness of the enemy and the poet's inherent courage, inventiveness, and joy. It is a record of one woman's response to the repressive and fracturing forces around the subjects of race, class, color, gender, and sexuality....
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The Tradition

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Finalist, National Book Awards 2019 for Poetry Author: Jericho Brown Published:6 Aug 2019 Description A Poetry Book Society Choice'To read Jericho Brown's poems is to encounter devastating genius.' Claudia RankineJericho Brown's daring poetry collection The Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Brown's poetic concerns are both broad and...
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Be With

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The 2019 Pulitzer Prize Winner in  Poetry Published:28 Aug 2018  
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The Half-God of Rainfall

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From the award-winning poet and playwright behind Barber Shop Chronicles, The Half-God of Rainfall is an epic story and a lyrical exploration of pride, power and female revenge. There is something about Demi. When this boy is angry, rain clouds gather. When he cries, rivers burst their banks and the first time he takes a shot on a basketball court,...
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