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New Books

Brian Swann Takes Flight

ST. FRANCIS AND THE FLIES (Autumn House Press, 2015)

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Wesley McNair Wins PEN New England Award

THE LOST CHILD: OZARK POEMS (Godline, 2014)

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The Poet’s Dialogue

THE CONVERSATION: LEARNING TO BE A POET

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Wyatt Prunty’s Seesaw World

COULDN'T PROVE, HAD TO PROMISE (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014)

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Bruce Bond’s Poetic Exploration

IMMANENT DISTANCE: POETRY AND THE METAPHYSICS OF THE NEAR AT HAND (University of Michigan Press, 2015)

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Ron Rash’s New Novel

ABOVE THE WATERFALL (Ecco, 2015)

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Floyd Skloot’s New Book of Poetry

APPROACHING WINTER (LSU PRESS, 2015)

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The “Lyrical Autobiography” of Daniel Mark Epstein

DAWN TO TWILIGHT: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS (LSU Press, 2015)

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Sam Pickering Takes it Easy

HAPPY VAGRANCY: ESSAYS FROM AN EASY CHAIR (University of Tennessee Press, September 2015)

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New and Selected Poems of William Virgil Davis

DISMANTLEMENTS OF SILENCE: POEMS SELECTED AND NEW (Texas Review Press, 2015)

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