Saturday, November 27, 2010

Best Poetry Books of 2010 - Grace Cavalieri

Grace Cavalieri's selections:

Sounds Like Something I Would Say by Grace Cavalieri (Goss 183:: Casa Menendez)

Navy Wife by Grace Cavalieri (Casa Menendez)

The Poet's Cookbook: Recipes from Germany with poems by 33 American poets in English and German edited by Grace Cavalieri

The Revenant by Richard Harteis (Little Red Tree Publishing)

Words We Might One Day Say by Holly Karapetkova (Washington Writer's Publishing House)

Republic by James H. Beall (Toad Hall Press)

Incarnality by Rod Jellema (Eerdmans Publishing Company)

All of your Messages Have Been Erased by Vivian Shipley (Southeastern Louisiana University Press)

A Spicing of Birds edited by Jo Miles Schuman and Joanna Bailey Hodgman (Wesleyan University Press)

The Call: An Anthology of Women's Writing edited by Calder Lowe (Dragonfly Press)

On Speaking Terms by Connie Wanek (Copper Canyon Press)

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Grace Cavalieri is the author of several books of poetry and 23 produced plays; she founded and still produces/hosts public radio's "The Poet and the Poem," now from the Library of Congress. Her new book Anna Nicole: Poems (Goss183: Casa Menendez, 2008,) won the Paterson 2009 Award for Literary Excellence. She holds the Allen Ginsberg Award for Poetry, The Bordighera Poetry Prize, and the Pen Center's "Best Books List" for Water on the Sun. Her play "Anna Nicole: Blonde Ambition" will receive a NYC reading in March 2011.

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