Posts Tagged ‘Alice Notley’

Barbara Hoffert at Library Journal provides a nice preview of upcoming poetry publications here.

Highlights:

  • Alice Notley, one of the most experimental and visionary poets working today, will publish  a new book, Songs and Stories of the Ghouls.
  • A new Selected by Nobel Prize winner, Czeslaw Milsosz, Selected and Last Poems: 1931-2004, includes 40 late poems, including a number translated by his son.
  • A new Selected by the great German Expressionist, George Trakl,  Song of the Departed: Selected Poems of Georg Trakl, translated by Robert Firmage.
  • Plus new books by D. A. Powell, Nathaniel Mackey, Yves Bonnefoy and many others…

These are the best books Bat Terrier read this year. (Disclosure: no books by friends on this list.)

Translation

The Illuminations, Arthur Rimbaud, as translated by Donald Revell

Anthologies

Flash Fiction: 72 Very Short Stories, James Thomas, ed.

Autobiography

Subterranean Kerouac: The Hidden Life of Jack Kerouac, Ellis Amburn

Nonfiction

Mystery/Thriller

The Ax, Donald Westlake

Poetry