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Halflife, Meghan O’Rourke
A Form of Optimism, Roy Jacobstein
Lions Don’t Eat Us, Constance Quarterman Bridges
Ruin, Cynthia Cruz
Ooga-Booga, Frederick Seidel
Logorrhea, Adrian C. Louis
Iliad
Odyssey
Aeneid
Metamorphoses
Rediscovering Homer, Andrew Dalby
Homeric Moments, Eva Brann
Controvertibles, Quan Barry
Blue Front, Martha Collins
Selected Poems, Medbh McGuckian
Vacationland, Ander Monson
Other Electricities, Ander Monson
Poeta en San Francisco, Barbara Jane Reyes
The Cradle of the Real Life, Jean Valentine
Rain, Jon Woodward

Plus other things I’m sure I’ve forgotten . . .

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  1. Nonsense. These are just the books I’m either teaching or reviewing this semester! I don’t comment on them at length here on the blog because I’m of course making notes on them elsewhere, but I still want to put them on the blog as a reminder to my future self of what was passing before my eyes during a given time.You do need to read the new Seidel book, though. Wow. Ask RR about Seidel; they’re pals, apparently.

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