Rebecca Morgan Frank, Sometimes We're All Living in a Foreign Country

Ranging from love song to train song to jump rope rhyme, the poems of Sometimes We’re All Living in a Foreign Country are voiced by perpetual outsiders searching for a sense of place from small Southern towns to the tunnels and tracks of the urban North. Personal and regional histories blur through the intimate paths of tornadoes, guns, suburban sprawl, and the ongoing quest to escape where we come from.

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ISBN: 9780887486258
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Published: Carnegie-Mellon University Press - October 17th, 2017

Caroline Smith, The Immigration Handbook

Inspired by her years as an immigration caseworker to one of the most diverse inner-city areas in the UK, Caroline Smith has written a collection of poems, The Immigration Handbook, that details the many troubling and moving incidents in the lives of those she tries to help. This is a book that reaches out of the headlines into our hearts.

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ISBN: 9781781723210
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Published: Seren Books - October 1st, 2016

Elise Paschen & Karl Kirchwey

In Elise Paschen's prize-winning poetry collection, Infidelities, Richard Wilbur wrote that the poems ." . .

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ISBN: 9781597090278
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Published: Red Hen Press - May 11th, 2017

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ISBN: 9780810136274
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Published: Triquarterly Books - October 15th, 2017

Ezra Dan Feldman, Habitat of Stones

"Exposing patriarchal and capitalistic practices that often cripple society, Ezra Dan Feldman’s Habitat of Stones reveals the symptoms of living in a post-industrial and illusional, high-tech world: 'He’s taken the world for a machine, a baby for a doll, a gun for a candy bar, which he offered to everyone. He once mistook a hammer for his own hand.


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