Grace Cavalieri Shares Her Poetry Reviews of October’s Exemplars
At Poetry Nation, we feel it is important for all poets to become acquainted with new up-and-coming poets. Therefore, we bring to you a monthly poetry reviews feature delivered by Grace Cavalieri. Every month Professor Cavalieri recognizes a small selection of books written by contemporary poets. These titles are books of and about poetry. Here are October’s exemplars:
Born by Jon Boisvert. Airlie Press. 62 pages.
The Drowning Boy’s Guide to Water by Cameron Barnett. Autumn House Press. 92 pages.
Advice from the Lights by Stephen Burt. Graywolf Press. 100 pages.
I Never Promised You a Sea Monkey by CL Bledsoe and Michael Gushue. Editorial Pretzelcoatl. 66 pages.
Killing Summer by Sarah Browning. Sibling Rivalry Press. 93 pages.
How to Prove a Theory by Nicole Tong. Washington Writers’ Publishing House. 70 pages.
Starshine & Clay by Kamilah Aisha Moon. Four Way Books. 112 pages.
American Software by Henry Crawford. CW Books. 89 pages.
Arrival by Cheryl Boyce-Taylor. Triquarterly Books/Northwestern Univ. Press. 70 pages