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Sam Pickering’s New Book of Essays

ALL MY DAYS ARE SATURDAYS (University of Missouri Press)

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Poems from Hungarian Master in Translation

ALL THAT STILL MATTERS AT ALL (New American Press)

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An Interplay of Past and Future

UNDERLIGHT (WordTech Communications)

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Sunday Walker: Wendell Berry’s Sabbath Poems

THIS DAY: COLLECTED & NEW SABBATH POEMS (Counterpoint Press)

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Denis Donoghue On Metaphor

METAPHOR (Harvard University Press)

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Casey Clabough’s Hot Streak

SCHOOLED: LIFE LESSONS OF A COLLEGE PROFESSOR (Belvedere), WOMEN OF WAR: SELECTED MEMOIRS, POEMS, AND FICTION BY VIRGINIA WOMEN WHO LIVED THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR (Texas Review Press)

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Joshua Mehigan Returns

ACCEPTING THE DISASTER (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

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Henry Hart’s New Collection

FAMILIAR GHOSTS (Orchises Press)

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Stephen Miller walks New York

WALKING NEW YORK: REFLECTIONS OF AMERICAN WRITERS FROM WALT WHITMAN TO TEJU COLE (Fordham University Press)

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Dawn Potter’s New Collection

SAME OLD STORY (CavanKerry Press, 2014)

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