Sunday, December 18, 2011

Letras Latinas' A Year in Poetry, 2011


Poetry collections published this year by a Latino or Latina poet.
One-Bedroom Solo (Fly By Night Press)
We Had More to Say (Sunstone Press)
Always Messing With Them Boys (West End Press)
Jessica Helen Lopez
Spring and All (New Directions)
William Carlos Williams 
Saborami (Chain Links)
Hoodwinked (Sarabande Books)
The Man Who Wrote on Water (Hanging Loose Press)
The City She Was (Center for Literary Publishing)
In the Shadow of Al-Andalus (Coffee House Press)
Black Blossoms (Four Way Books)
Ciento: 100 100-Word Love Poems (Wings Press) 
Backyard Migration Route (Finishing Line Press)
Kingdom Animalia (Boa Editions)
The Shallow End of Sleep (Tia Chucha)
The Trouble Ball (W.W. Norton & Company)
The Open Light: Poets from Notre Dame (University of Notre Dame Press)
Tropicalia (University of Notre Dame Press)
Empire (University of Arizona Press)
Next Extinct Mammal (Greenhouse Review Press)
Hi-Density Politics (BlazeVOX Books)
Breaking Bread with Darkness: Book 1: The Esai Poems (Sherman Asher Publishing)
Breath & Bone (Finishing Line Press)
Here Lies Lalo: The Collected Poems of Abelardo Delgado (Arte Publico Press)
Handmade Memories (E-Chapbook)
Steady, My Gaze (Tebot Bach)
Marie-Elizabeth Mali

4 comments:

Francisco Aragón said...

Thank you, Lauro, for this preliminary list.

Readers, please send us additional 2011 titles (both full-length and otherwise). This is meant to be a collective gesture. And thank you to those of you who have already sent in titles that we missed. Keep them coming!

Barbara Jane Reyes said...

There's also Saborami by Cecilia Vicuna (Chain Links, 2011).

Andrea (Andee) Beltran said...

I am happy to see your list this morning! Thank you. A few of these are on my wish-list, but it looks as if I will be adding more.

Ruben Quesada's Next Extinct Mammal was a wonderful read for me this year.

Thelma T. Reyna said...

What a good resource to have. Thanks for including my book and thanks for all the supportiveness you provide for authors. You and your site are a treasure!