Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Reading Envy 147: Bonus Poetry Recommendations with Lauren

It's National Poetry Month, so Lauren and Jenny have recommendations for you. We will discuss some of our favorite poets, poets we are eager to hear more from, and recent excellent reads in poetry. We read excerpts from some of the collections, and include links to some longer works from others. Follow us during National Poetry Month to see what else we read!

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Books discussed:

Hands Washing Water by Chris Abani
Magical Negro by Morgan Parker
Wade in the Water by Tracy K. Smith
How to Love a Country: Poems by Richard Blanco
Citizen Illegal by Jose Olivarez
Halal if You Hear Me (Breakbeat Poets v. 3) edited by Safia Elhillo and Fatimah Asghar
Microfictions by Ana Maria Shua
Poems of the Night by Jorge Luis Borges
Archive: South Carolina Poetry Since 2005 (Ninety-Six Press
river woman by Katherena Vermette
Library of Small Catastrophes by Alison Rollins

Other mentions:

William Butler Yeats
The Anthologist by Nicholson Baker
Sara Teasdale
Mary Oliver
Mark Strand
T.S. Eliot
Adebe D.A.
Ed Madden
Claudia Rankine
Tracy K, Smith
Billy Collins
Naomi Shihab Nye
Wislawa Szymborska
Anna Journey
Kaveh Akbar
Hieu Minh Nguyen
Ocean Vuong
Chen Chen
Jose Olivarez
Analicia Sotelo
Safia Elhillo
Danez Smith
Natalie Diaz
Political / Socal erasure poetry booming with governmental documents, etc.
Sibling Rivalry Press
Copper Canyon Press
Ugly Duckling Press
Coffee House
Sanctificum by Chris Abani
There are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce by Morgan Parker
Recent reading with Morgan Parker and Danez Smith
The January Children by Safia Elhillo
If They Come for Us by Fatimah Asghar
Warsan Shire
Registers of Illuminated Villages by Tarfia Faizullah
On Longing" by Zaina Alsous
South Carolina Poetry Archives
Emily Rosko
“Object Permanence” by Alison Rollins
“Original [sin]” by Alison Rollins<

Related Episodes:

Episode 097 - Blank Spaces with Lauren Weinhold
Episode 123 - Godlets and Forests with Lauren Weinhold
Episode 133 - To Understand the World with Lauren Weinhold
Episode 138 - Shared Landscape with Lauren Weinhold 

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