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Noah Eli Gordon
The Area of Sound Called the Subtone
Winner of the 2004 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, Gordon's work is "witty, vivid, and very, very vital."
Cur Aliquid Vidi
Continuing where his Corpus Socius (“companion body”) leaves off, Phillips pursues his poetic investigation into the life of the body human, from infancy through childbirth, aging, and death. Phillips’s shattered and reconstructed syntax results in a minimalism that poet/critic Christine … Continued
Charles O. Hartman
From the portrait on its front cover to the notes on its last page, Island composes a love-song to a single, multifarious place. A masterful poet writing in his sixth collection, Hartman harnesses the number pi to find the form … Continued
Saving the Appearances
These poems evince the mystery of the act of seeing, the beauty of the natural world, and the power of the longing that engenders its contemplation.
This multi-layered poetic work engages with Melville's Moby-Dick as well as with ideas of spiritual quest, the role of the writer, and the nature of language.
Of and Among There Was a Locus(t)
A handmade, limited-edition chapbook with an extended do-si-do binding of poems by Claudia Keelan.
Leave the Room to Itself
Winner of the 2003 Sawtooth Poetry Prize. Brief lyrics whose profundity wallops you, once you stop chuckling at their comic veneer.
Peggy Hamilton’s debut volume is located in a series of closed-off places: an imperial walled garden, individual Miami neighborhoods, bedrooms, churches, and children’s hiding places. In these settings, the language and languages used allow some people to speak freely and … Continued
FIshman's Dear, Read, influenced by the Romantics and rendered in minimalist language, in which more is given than seems told.
Drinking Girls and Their Dresses
The poems in this book tell a story set in a Florida both lush and oppressive, where similar paradoxes confront the child who would be both open to everything and permanently safe. The girl-body’s relationship to otherness—the masculine, but also … Continued
Mutschlecner’s poetry embraces the moments in a daily worklife that permit entry into a private philosophical world that coexists with the everyday.
The inaugural winner of the Sawtooth Poetry Prize is a curious hybrid of tradition and innovation.
The poems of Corpus Socius mediate the relationships between written and spoken word, mind and body, natural and synthetic structures of our world.
Dyer’s voice is wry and inventive in these poems, where a crayfish can be a child’s pet, a lover’s makeshift ashtray an erotic lure, office supplies a convenient resource for makeovers.
Cotter's book-length poem chronicles the regulars of Chopstix, a Chinese restaurant that transforms once-a-week into a gay-Asian disco.
The Widow’s Coat
Sagan’s The Widow’s Coat is the roadmap of a journey between grief after the death of a husband, and recovery, remembrance and release.