John Gallaher has tagged me with this:
"Here are five poetry collections you may not have read but certainly must. (Note: The collections, for whatever reason, should be a bit off the beaten path. And need not have caused the earth to open and swallow you whole.)"
Here are my picks, in alphabetical order, because I'm like that:
Kristy Bowen, The Fever Almanac
Leilani Hall, Swimming the Witch
Brandi Homan, Two Kinds of Arson
Alex Lemon, Mosquito
Simone Muench, Lampblack & Ash
Peter Pereira, Saying the World
I hereby tag Amy Bracken Sparks, Jessica Jewell, and Sara Tracey to tell us about their five.
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