In Review

Best Books of 2013
Joshua Marie Wilkinson

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Anne Carson. red doc>. Knopf.

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Joseph Ceravolo. Collected Poems. Wesleyan University Press.

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Graham Foust. To Anacreon in Heaven & Other Poems. Flood Editions.

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Karen Green. Bough Down. Siglio Press.

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Yona Harvey. Hemming the Water. Four Way Books.

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Jane Lewty. Bravura Cool. 1913 Press.

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Lorine Niedecker. Lake Superior. Wave Books.

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Brandon Shimoda. Portuguese. Tin House / Octopus Books.

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Roberto Tejada. Full Foreground. University of Arizona Press.

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Alli Warren. Here Come the Warm Jets. City Lights Books.

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Jay Wright. Disorientations: Groundlings. Flood Editions.

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Lynn Xu. Debts & Lessons. Omnidawn Publishing.

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Ron Padgett. Collected Poems. Coffee House Press.

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John Yau. Further Adventures in Monochrome. Copper Canyon Press.

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Joshua Marie Wilkinson’s recent and forthcoming books of poetry include Selenography (with Polaroids by Tim Rutili), Swamp Isthmus, The Courier’s Archive & Hymnal, and Meadow Slasher (all from Sidebrow Books and Black Ocean). He’s edited five anthologies, including The Force of What’s Possible (with Lily Hoang; Nightboat Books 2014) and Anne Carson: Ecstatic Lyre (University of Michigan Press 2015). He lives in Tucson, AZ, where he edits The Volta with Afton Wilky and runs Letter Machine Editions with Noah Eli Gordon.