Now Featuring… SER Nanoreviews

by Kaveh Akbar (Book Review Editor) and John Ebersole

 

The Southeast Review is very pleased to welcome John Ebersole, editor in chief of Public Pool and former poetry editor for The Philadelphia Review of Books, to write tweet-length nanoreviews of some new poetry releases. You can read his reviews of other poetry titles on Twitter at @ReviewPoetry.

Stay tuned for more microreviews in coming months!

 

 

 

Textu by Fady Joudah. Copper Canyon Press, December 2014.

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Boy With Thorn by Rickey Laurentiis. University of Pittsburgh Press, September 2015.

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Bright Dead Things by Ada Limón. Milkweed Editions, September 2015.

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Sand Opera by Philip Metres. Alice James Books, January 2015.

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The Spectral Wildernesses by Oliver Bendorf. Kent State University Press, January 2015. 

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Wild Hundreds by Nate Marshall. University of Pittsburgh Press, September 2015. 

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Black Movie by Danez Smith. Button Poetry, 2015. 

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Shirt in Heaven by Jean Valentine. Copper Canyon Press, May 2015.

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The Kitchen-Dweller’s Testimony by Ladan Osman. University of Nebraska Press, April 2015. 

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Do Not Rise by Beth Bachmann. University of Pittsburgh Press, January 2015. 

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Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude by Ross Gay. University of Pittsburgh Press, February 2015. 

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Mr. West by Sarah Blake. Wesleyan University Press, March 2015. Read SER’s interview with Sarah Blake here. 

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War of the Foxes by Richard Siken. Copper Canyon Press, April 2015. Read SER’s full-length review here. 13