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No One Leaves the World Unhurt
John Foy
“Foy’s poems are by turns witty and affecting: gravity is leavened by playfulness; humorous forays ride on serious undercurrents. At last, here is a voice that tells the truth in such a way that we want to keep on listening.”—J. Allyn Rosser, author of Mimi‘s Trapeze
Donald Justice Poetry Prize
Paper $16.95

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In the Antarctic Circle
Dennis James Sweeney
“This elliptical, haunted document is as beautiful and dangerous as the cold continent of which it sings, whispering of loss, of loneliness, of identity, of extinction. A perfect Beckettian marriage between the spoken and the unspoken, the said and the unsayable.”—Maryse Meijer, author of The Seventh Mansion: A Novel
Paper $16.95

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Creep Love
Michael Walsh
“It’s a rare poet who can make such powerful poetry from pain, such lyrical beauty out of unthinkable suffering as Walsh has done in his latest collection. It is at once haunting, terrifying, and beautifully told.”—Nin Andrews, author of Miss August  
Paper $16.95

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The Dream Women Called
Lori Wilson
“Wilson’s poems deftly navigate opposing forces. Taut, yet compassionate, understated yet full of longing, Wilson balances a desire to know and be in the world, with a desire to know ‘the well’ inside.”—Anne Marie Macari, author of Heaven Beneath
Paper $16.95

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A New Edition

Lucky Wreck
Poems
Ada Limón
With an Introduction by Ada Limón
“From the first lines of Lucky Wreck, I was drawn in by this smart, jaunty, musing, quirky voice, and as I read the whole book I felt more and more respect for Ada Limón’s risky, haunting, wonderfully unexpected work.”—Jean Valentine, author of Shirt in Heaven, praise for the first edition
Paper $17.95