In Review

Best Books of 2013
Laynie Browne

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Rae Armantrout. Just Saying. Wesleyan University Press.

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Mei-mei Berssenbrugge. Hello, the Roses. New Directions.

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Lee Ann Brown. In the Laurels, Caught. Fence Books.

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Lee Ann Brown. Crowns of Charlotte. Carolina Wren Press.

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Joseph Ceravolo. Collected Poems. Wesleyan University Press.

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Stacy Doris. Fledge a Phenomenology of Spirit. Nightboat Books.

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Lisa Jarnot. Joie de Vivre: Selected Poems 1992 – 2012. City Lights Books.

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Aaron Kunin. Grace Period. Lettermachine Editions.

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Bernadette Mayer. The Helens of Troy, NY. New Directions.

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Pattie McCarthy. marybones. Apogee Books.

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Laynie Browne’s most recent books include Roseate, Points of Gold (Dusie 2011); The Desires of Letters (Counterpath 2010); and The Scented Fox (Wave 2007). She is coeditor of I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (Les Figues, 2012).