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Reading List 9a of 2016 ~ Poetry edition

August 11, 2016

Covers the period from 7.23.2016 through 8.9.16

I own 16 of these items. Baltimore County Public Library system supplied 4 of the books and movies; libraries in other parts of Maryland, via Inter-Library Loan, supplied the other 4.



  1. Anything Could Happen by Jana Putrle Srdić, translated by Barbara Jurša [[Slovenian]]
  2. The Bones We Have in Common by Sudasi J. Clement
  3. Centralia by Sarah Gzemski
  4. Dissection by Care Santos, translated by Lawrence Schimel [[Spanish]]
  5. Earth by Cecilia Woloch
  6. Midnight Blue by Vanessa Jiminez Gabb
  7. Night-Sea by Rachel Moritz
  8. One is None by Kätlin Kaldmaa, translated by Miriam McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov [[Estonian]]
  9. Restored Mural for Orlando / Mural Restaurado para Orlando by Roy Guzmán
  10. Rivers I Don’t Live By by Kelly Nelson
  11. Skeleton Keys by Laura Garrison
  12. Spelling the Hours: Poetry Celebrating the Forgotten Others of Science and Technology, edited by Rose Lemberg
  13. The Verbs of Desiring by Renee Ashley


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Written in English:

  1. “After Mecca”: Women Poets and the Black Arts Movement by Cheryl Clarke
  2. The Citizen Poets of Boston: A Collection of Forgotten Poems, 1789–1820, edited by Paul Lewis
  3. Green the Witch-Hazel Wood by Emily Hiestand
  4. These Are My Rivers: New & Selected Poems, 1955–1993, by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  5. Time of Useful Consciousness by Lawrence Ferlinghetti


Translated into English from Spanish:

  1. 20th Century Latin American Poetry: A Bilingual Anthology, edited by Stephen Tapscott [[also includes poems in Portuguese]]
  2. 50 Poems by Juan Ramón Jiménez, translated by J. B. Trend
  3. Against the Current by Tedi López Mills, translated by Wendy Burk
  4. Selected Poems of Gabriela Mistral, translated by Doris Dana


Translated into English from various:

  1. Bright Scythe: Poems by Tomas Tranströmer, translated by Patty Crane [[Swedish]]
  2. Talking to My Body by Anna Swirszczynska [[Polish]]



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