National Book Awards Longlist for Poetry 2019

Variations on Dawn and Dusk

Variations on Dawn and Dusk

Dan Beachy-Quick

Acting as poetic records of light, the poems in Variations on Dawn and Dusk follow the sun as it warms, cools, colors, and shifts the space of Robert Irwin's untitled (dawn to dusk) in the desert of Marfa, TX.

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The Tradition

The Tradition

Jericho Brown

The powerful second poetry collection published in the UK from award-winning American poet Jericho Brown.   

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I: New & Selected

I: New & Selected

Toi Derricotte

The tough and tender intimacies of human bonds bind these marvelous new and selected poems. -Terrance Hayes

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Doomstead Days

Doomstead Days

Brian Teare

A sumptuous lyric exploration of the pain & pleasure of embodiment amidst what feels like end times.

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Deaf Republic

Deaf Republic

Ilya Kaminsky

When soldiers breaking up a protest kill a deaf boy, Petya, the gunshot becomes the last thing the citizens hear - all have gone deaf, and their dissent becomes coordinated by sign language.

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Dunce

Dunce

Mary Ruefle

A stunning new collection of poems from Mary Ruefle inviting the many readers of her prose to discover the central form of her literary imagination.

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Be Recorder: Poems

Be Recorder: Poems

Carmen Gimenez Smith

Carmen Gimenez Smith dares to demand renewal for a world made unrecognisable.

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Sight Lines

Sight Lines

Arthur Sze

Sze, in drawing connections between the pastoral and the catastrophic, speaks to a contemporary condition in which we are constantly fragmented and made whole again as we are presented with a saturation of narratives. In his...

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