Wednesday, December 15, 2010

A Year in Poetry: 2010 (in no particular order)

Poetry collections published by a Latino or Latina poet this year—with author links.

Undocumentaries (Shearsman Books)

This is How It Began (Palace Press)

And They Called It Horizon (Sunstone Press)
Valerie Martínez

The Habit of Buenos Aires (Tebot Bach)

On Wonderland & Waste (Sidebrow Books)

Prelude to Air From Water  (Elixir Press)
Sandy Florian

To the Break of Dawn (Creative Commons)

Yes Thing No Thing (Roof Books)

furia (Mouthfeel Press) 

torch song tango choir (University of Arizona Press)

The Lesser Tragedy of Death (Akashic Books)

The Book of What Remains (Copper Canyon Press)

He Art (Zion Imprints)

Hi-density Politics  (BlazeVOX)

Angles of Approach (White Pine Press)

Long Distance (Bilingual Press)

Each and Her (University of Arizona Press)
Valerie Martinez

The Ghost of César Chávez (C & R Press)

Tunaluna (Aztlan Libre Press)

Girl on a Bridge (Main Street Rag)

Flexible Bones (University of Arizona Press)

Elisa’s Hunger (Mouthfeel Press)

Exposition Park (Wesleyan University Press)

Heredities (Louisiana State University Press)

Ce*Uno*One (Swan Scythe Press)

Up Jump the Boogie (Cypher Books)

Glow of our Sweat (Scapegoat Press)

Al Pie de la Casa Blanca:
Poetas Hispanos de Washington, D.C

Sharks in the River (Milkweed Editions)

Human Nature (Tupelo Press)

1 comment:

Kim said...

What a great list! Many thanks. I can vouch for a few of these titles: Ada Limon, John Murillo, and Francisco Aragon's books are terrific.