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Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Dr Seuss. Robinson Jeffers. Good Poems. Garrison Keillor. Risking Everything: Poems of Love and Revelation. Roger Housden. Joy: Poems. The book is a prismatic account of the author's keen witnessing—from the co-opting of young women in her life, to her empathetic observance of the , women and children trafficked worldwide each year.

It is a gift to behold a poet writing toward the moral and emotional elements of our daily lives. So much current writing asks us to join the screech level of our political emergency, but Derry writes at a steady sizzle; how else might we become calm enough to listen?

Narcissus :. In three acts, Parker delineates rigorous knowledge out of the culturally immaterial or commodified. Shocking in its gorgeous simplicity, this homage to motherhood is emotional, confident, dark, hopeful, chilling. Smith connects the worst of what the world is capable of with the best of what the world can be. This book is a love letter and an invitation to all who want to make this world beautiful. And you ease out behind huge Ray-Bans, counting the avenues. The surreal lines, a new emotional rawness, the steely magic of counting the days after the spirit leaves the body to roam are simply thrilling.

Because it is timely and because it is born of pure Aries invention, I think everyone should have a copy of Invasive Species by Marwa Helal on their desks right now. Invasive Species is radical in the sense that it demands change--"you see I am trying to break the mold I have no form"--and radical in that it seeks linguistic roots: "so I made my own term: I, Invasive species. When the Beatles came to America it was something we sent out. Someone in America publish this fast! I love this book as I love Erica: honest, brilliant, bold, with a kind of devouring humor.

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Laura Villareal, author of The Cartography of Sleep :. Cordero guides us to the collective memory found in her own personal history, reminding us that we are rooted in the same familial tenderness. She transforms family into a common landscape. Type keyword s to search.