• If They Come for Us

    If They Come for Us

    Asghar, Fatimah

    In this awe-inspiring debut, Asghar explores the painful, sometimes psychologically debilitating journey of establishing her identity as a queer brown woman within the confines of white America.

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  • Obit

    Obit

    Chang, Victoria

    In her fifth collection, Guggenheim Fellowship winner Chang uses an unusual subject--obituaries--to shed light on what qualities make for a good life as well as a passable death.

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  • Soft Science

    Soft Science

    Choi, Franny

    In her second collection, Choi creates an exhilarating matrix of poetry, science, and technology. Porn sites, tweets, chat rooms, and machine translations abound as Choi questions identity and consciousness in a world full of artificial intelligence.

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  • Foreign Bodies

    Foreign Bodies

    Hahn, Kimiko

    Inspired by her encounter with Dr. Chevalier Jackson's collection of ingested curiosities at Philadelphia's Mütter Museum, Kimiko Hahn's tenth collection investigates the grip that seemingly insignificant objects exert on our lives.

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  • The Curious Thing

    The Curious Thing

    Lim, Sandra

    The introspective third collection from Lim sees the poet train her eye on the retreating shoreline of a life, a "thousand mile scent// Going all through the body."

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  • Living Nations, Living Words

    Living Nations, Living Words

    This recent collection of Indigenous poetry, edited by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo (Muscogee (Creek) Nation) includes poems from several Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander poets, including Imaikalani Kalahele (Kānaka Maoli), Craig Santos Perez (Chamoru), Lehua Taitano (Chamoru), Brandy Nālani McDougall (Kānaka Maoli), and Mahealani Perez-Wendt (Kānaka Maoli).

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  • What He Did in Solitary

    What He Did in Solitary

    Majmudar, Amit

    Accomplished poet/novelist Majmudar writes with the observational precision one would expect of the diagnostic nuclear radiologist he is.

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  • Oculus

    Oculus

    Mao, Sally Wen

    After debuting with the smart, blistering Mad Honey Symposium, Mao returns to investigate a technology-subjugated world in take-no-prisoners language.

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  • Oceanic

    Oceanic

    Nezhukumatathil, Aimee

    Award-winning poet Nezhukumatathil writes sharp poems that internalize nature and make its voice palpable, using lyrical language to reconnect us with nature's inhabitants and investigate their relationship with humans, personally and culturally.

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  • Not Here

    Not Here

    Nguyen, Hieu Minh

    In his second collection, Lambda finalist Nguyen, the son of Vietnamese immigrants, explores the horrors of the war that reshaped his family while limning his struggles with being gay in an unaccepting community.

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