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Angie Estes’ Tryst was named one of two finalists for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. The citation called it "a collection of poems remarkable for its variety of subjects, array of genres and nimble use of language."

86 pages | 6 x 9


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Table of Contents

You Were About • Transcript • Love Letters • Takeoff • Sommersonnenwende • Verba Volant, • You Can Tell • Via Sacra • Script • Here Lightning Has Been • Gloss • Against Bees • Wrap in Parchment and Also Pink Paper • Heart • Bourrée • Alleluya • Saying • Olé • Last Words • Curio • The House in Good Taste • Salles des Départs • First Life of St. Francis • Nevers • So Near Yet So Far • Take Cover • Tryst • Verre Églomisé • It Is Virtually Without Thickness and Has Almost

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