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A Year in Reading Poetry

The Wait of Atom by Jessie Carty

Fall Higher by Dean Young

Voices Cast Out to Talk Us In by Ed Roberson

One with Others by C.D. Wright

Kingdom Animalia by Aracelis Girmay

Twelve for the Record by Diane Lockward

Slow Lightning by Eduardo C. Corral

An Amateur Marriage by Jessie Carty

Black Peculiar by Khadijah Queen

Between Angels by Stephen Dunn

Almost Invisible by Mark Strand

Among the Musk Ox People by Mary Ruefle

Rookery by Traci Brimhall

Heavy Petting by Gregory Sherl

Escape by Robert Lee Brewer

Animal Eye by Paisley Rekdal

The Lost Lunar Baedeker: Poems of Mina Loy by Mina Loy

Our Lady of the Ruins by Traci Brimhall

Pepper Girl by Jonterri Gadson

Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys: Poems by D.A. Powell

Fuel by Naomi Shihab Nye

Tender Mercies by Mark Stratton

Charms Against Lightning by James Arthur

The Pages of Day and Night by Adonis

The Memory of Water by Jack Myers

The Alphabet Not Unlike the World: Poems by Katrina Vandenberg

Eyes, Stones by Elana Bell

The Dream of a Common Language: Poems 1974 – 1977 by Adrienne Rich

What’s on your 2013 reading list? Up next for me is Collected Poems by Marianne Moore.

Thank you to all who influenced my reading list this year!

One last little goodie to close out 2012: Two minutes of writing advice from Naomi Shihab Nye that I’ll be putting into practice in 2013.

Happy reading and writing in the New Year, Andrea

4 thoughts on “A Year in Reading Poetry

    • I loved Kingdom Animalia. I really want to read the other three you mention. Please let me know what you think. Happy reading, Evelyn!

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