Sunday, November 8, 2009

Best Poetry Books of 2009 - Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Joshua Marie Wilkinson's selections:

Tuned Droves by Eric Baus (Octopus Books)

With Deer by Aase Berg (Black Ocean Books)

Free Cell by Anselm Berrigan (City Lights Publishers)

A Mouth in California by Graham Foust (Flood Editions)

The Sound Mirror by Andrew Joron (Flood Editions)

Humanimal: A Project for Future Children by Bhanu Kapil (Kelsey Street Press)

Penury by Myung Mi Kim (Omnidawn Publishing)

Neighbor by Rachel Levitsky (Ugly Duckling Press)

Clampdown by Jennifer Moxley (Flood Editions)

My New Job by Catherine Wagner (Fence Books)

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Joshua Marie Wilkinson is the author, most recently, of The Book of Whispering in the Projection Booth (Tupelo 2009). Two new projects are due out next year: Selenography, a collaboration with the Polaroids of Califone's Tim Rutili (Sidebrow Press) and an anthology of short essays by 101 contemporary poets on teaching poetry (U of Iowa Press). He lives in Chicago and Athens, Georgia.

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