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100 Notes on Violence
The 2009 Sawtooth Poetry Prize winner asks: Why such constant violence—between strangers, within families? Plunge into one poet’s search for answers.
If Not Metamorphic
Nature struggles against human culture and calamity in brash, punny poems of wit and tenderness.
Song of a Living Room
These sequences follow two characters through a Celtic knot of relationship—and wreckage—across American cities.
The Last 4 Things
An SPD #1 Best Seller Nominated for Best Book and Best Second Book of 2009 by Coldfront magazine. A DVD accompanies Kate Greenstreet’s second book, a photographer’s journal of encounters.
Dick of the Dead
This is a whimsical and beguiling trip through the underworld of the American psyche, much funnier and ultimately much more serious than any one book of poems has a right to be.
Carrie Olivia Adams
For birdwatchers, weather prognosticators, spies—poems in which spaces act as reflecting screens of interior lives.
Need answers? Herewith, a manual for understanding quintessential questions you may not have known to ask.
The Plum-Stone Game
A lyric exploration digging through fields, through dark, into what holds us through time and loss.
The Whole Marie
These 2008 Sawtooth-winning poems inhabit a lively, shifting, indeterminate, variously voiced and Gertrude-Steinian “continuous present.”
Zone : Zero
Spinning language both exhiliratingly liminal and elegantly precise, Strickland’s work charts the emotional distance between 0 & 1.
Charles O. Hartman
New & Selected Poems [Charles O. Hartman]
New poems join a selection from nearly 40 years of Hartman’s groundbreaking computer- and jazz-influenced work.
Vitiello’s uncompromising vision may demand “Put this book down and go be with other people.”
To and From
Quilting, quoting, sampling, Patterson sets a flux of impression and emotion into vertiginous blank-verse sonnets.
Apology for the Book of Creatures
A limited edition of 25 artist books contains illustrated plates letterpress and relief printed on Yasuotomo lavender kozo paper, and signed and numbered by the artist and author.
Maxwell’s first book illuminates the strategies of human interactions through the implications of a complex game.
The True Keeps Calm Biding Its Story
Winner of the 2007 Sawtooth Prize, these poems follow a grief-stricken speaker’s reawakening into the world.
Mediating the interplay between sacred and secular, Mutschlecner’s poems radiate philosophically from religion to reckoning.
Heidi Lynn Staples
Staples reinvents English with her skewed ear during one skewed year using shapeshifting language and maverick humor.
The Happiness Experiment
Fishman's work marries Wordsworthian farmlife to modern complexity in lyrics celebrating love, joy, birth, and wonder.
Pioneers in the Study of Motion
Like lyric field notes from a worldwide anthropological journey, Briante's poems scrutinize human and urban situations.