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Imminent disappearances, impossible numbers & panoramic x-rays
Kalamazoo, Michigan : Western Michigan University, 2016
Baker Berry PS3603.O343 I46 2016
A critical companion to Lynn Nottage
edited by Jocelyn L. Buckner
New York, NY : Routledge, 2016
Baker Berry PS3564.O795 Z57 2016
The Chronology of Water : a Memoir
Portland, OR : Hawthorne Books, 
Holding breath -- Under blue -- The wet -- Resuscitations -- The other side of drowning.
This is not your mother's memoir. In The Chronology of Water, Lidia Yuknavitch expertly moves the reader through issues of gender, sexuality, violence, and the family from the point of view of a lifelong swimmer turned artist. In writing that explores the nature of memoir itself, her story traces the effect of extreme grief on a young woman's developing sexuality that some define as untraditional because of her attraction to both men and women. Her emergence as a writer evolves at the same time and takes the narrator on a journey of addiction, self-destruction, and ultimately survival that finally comes in the shape of love and motherhood.
Kresge PS3575.U35 Z46 2010
Zdanys, Jonas, 1950-
Beaumont, Texas : Lamar University Press, 
Baker Berry PS3576.D36 A6 2016
Shadows which haunt the sun-rain
Collier, John, 1884-1968
[Johnsville, Pennsylvania] : [Stone House Press], 1917
Rauner MacKaye PS3505.O32 S5 1917
Berkeley, CA : She Writes Press, 2015
Baker Berry PS3613.H53 A6 2015
Welcome to the bike factory
Buttress, Derrick, 1932-
Beeston, Nottingham [UK] : Shoestring Press, 2014
Baker Berry PS3552.U8895 W45 2014
Critchley, Simon, 1960-
London, United Kingdom : Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2015
Baker Berry PS3603.R579 M46 2015
Cess : a spokening
New York : OR Books, 
First of two notes -- In the cesspool -- Second note -- Postfix.
"A list. What could be more basic than a list? And a list by Lish is sure to intrigue. In this, Lish's latest work, he delivers a characteristic exhibition of his peculiar deformities of candor, obsession, and wit, via two extended "notes" to the reader, including a pages-long list of essential but perplexing words. Amidst this stream of apparent incongruities, the alert reader will discover an accruing narrative involving the narrator's late, beloved Aunt Adele-a medal-bedecked spy for the National Reconnaissance Office-and cryptography, love, poetry, and of course: the nature of language"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry PS3562.I74 C47 2015
Castillo, Jesús, 1986-
San Francisco : McSweeney's, 2016
Baker Berry PS3603.A8756 A6 2016
Prospectus for the Arion Press edition of Moby-Dick
San Francisco : The Press, [1979?]
Baker Berry Harvard PS2384 .M6 1979b
Cities I've never lived in : stories
Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 
Reverón's dolls -- Miniatures -- Boy with finch -- White heart bar -- Saint Andrews Hotel -- Settlers -- The museum assistant -- Maureen -- Nashua -- Strangers -- Cities I've never lived in -- Four Hills -- Travelers -- Boston.
"Linked stories ... of a young New England woman whose life must begin afresh after divorce. Traveling the roads of Maine and the train tracks of Grand Central Station, moving from vast shorelines to unmade beds of strangers, these fourteen stories circle the dreams of a narrator who finds herself turning to storytelling as a means of working through the world and of understanding herself"--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PS3613.A3534 A6 2016
Window left open : poems
Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 2016
"The supreme art of Window left open is that of close attention to the world the poet passes through"--Page  of cover.
Baker Berry PS3607.R675 W5 2016
New York, NY : Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
"A companion to On Writing and On Cats: A raw and tender poetry collection that captures the Dirty Old Man of American letters at his fiercest and most vulnerable, on a subject that hits home with all of us,"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry PS3552.U4 O5 2016
The photographer's wife
New York : Bloomsbury, 2016
"Years after photographer William Harrington participates in a 1920s project to redesign Jerusalem with British parks against a backdrop of growing nationalist unrest, his revelations about long-buried secrets transform the life of his former employer's daughter." --
Baker Berry PS3610.O435 P48 2016
The day of atonement : a novel
Liss, David, 1966-
New York : Ballantine Books, 2015
On a mission of revenge, and in the guise of English businessman Sebastian Foxx, exiled Sebastião Raposa returns to Lisbon, stalking the ruthless Inquisitor priest Pedro Azinheiro who imprisoned his parents ten years earlier. When a twist of fate turns his carefully laid plans to chaos, he will be forced to choose between surrendering to bloodlust or serving the cause of mercy.
Baker Berry PS3562.I7814 D39 2015
'Death of a Salesman' in Beijing
Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005
New York : Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 
Arthur Miller's diary of his experiences directing, with collaborator Ying Ruocheng and the Beijing People's Theatre, his play "Death of a Salesman" in Communist China in 1983.
Baker Berry PS3525.I5156 D4356 2015
Until the last light leaves
New York, NY : NYQ Books, 
Baker Berry PS3557.L637 A6 2015
The book of Phoenix
London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2015
Baker Berry PS3615.K67 B66 2015
Stagg, Natasha, 1985-
South Pasadena, CA : Semiotext(e), 
Baker Berry PS3619.T3438 S87 2016
Sisters of tomorrow : the first women of science fiction
edited by Lisa Yaszek and Patrick B. Sharp ; with a conclusion by Kathleen Ann Goonan
Middletown, Connecticut : Wesleyan University Press, 
Baker Berry PS374.S35 S57 2016
Through the prisms of the pines : selected poems and woodcuts
Prager, Kari, 1947-2010
Mountain View, California : River Tire Press, 2013
Baker Berry PS3616.R335 T47 2013
London : The Borough Press, 2015
A catastrophic event renders the Earth a ticking time bomb. In a feverish race against the inevitable, nations around the globe band together to devise an ambitious plan to ensure the survival of humanity in outer space. Five thousand years later, their progeny, seven distinct races now three billion strong, embark on yet another audacious journey into the unknown, to an alien world utterly transformed by cataclysm and time: Earth.
Baker Berry PS3569.T3868 S484 2015
The architect's apprentice
Shafak, Elif, 1971-
London : Penguin Books, 2015
Baker Berry PS3619.H328 A89 2015
Adversity & grace : Marianne Moore, 1936-1941
Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972
Victoria, BC : ELS Editions, 
What are years? -- First presentations -- The student -- Half deity -- Smooth gnarled crepe myrtle! -- Virginia Britannia -- The pangolin -- See in the midst of fair leaves -- Bird-witted -- Walking-sticks and paperweights and watermarks -- Four quartz crystal clocks -- A glass-ribbed nest -- What are years? -- Rigorists -- Light is speech -- Spenser's Ireland -- He "Digesteth harde yron."
"A companion volume to "A-quiver with Significance : Marianne Moore, 1932-1936" ... reproduces "What Are Years" in full, as well as the earliest published version of each poem it contains, and provides variant tables that note all of the changes Moore made to the poems in revising them"--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PS3525.O5616 A73 2012
Dearest Annie, you wanted a report on Berkson's class : letters from Frances LeFevre to Anne Waldman
Brooklyn, New York : Hanging Loose Press, 
"Frances LeFevre's reports on Bill Berkson's poetry class at the New School, sent to her daughter Anne Waldman, then an undergraduate at Bennington. These lively letters detail Berkson's assignments and mention such fellow classmates as Bernadette Mayer, Hannah Weiner, and Peter Schjeldahl. Not to mention the occasional shopping trip to S. Klein" --
Baker Berry PS3612.E349676 Z48 2016
Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972
New York : Macmillan, 1966, ©1951
Baker Berry PS3525.O5616 A6 1966
Poetry 180 : a turning back to poetry
selected and with an introduction by Billy Collins
New York : Random House Trade Paperbacks, ©2003
Introduction / Billy Collins -- 1. Introduction to Poetry / Billy Collins -- 2. Selecting a Reader / Ted Kooser -- 3. Not Bad, Dad, Not Bad / Jan Heller Levi -- 4. Singing Back the World / Dorianne Laux -- 5. The Pink Car / Mark Halliday -- 6. Acting / Suzanne Cleary -- 7. The Cord / Leanne O'Sullivan -- 8. Ode: The Capris / Mark Halliday -- 9. Bringing My Son to the Police Station to Be Fingerprinted / Shoshauna Shy -- 10. On the Death of a Colleague / Stephen Dunn -- 11. The Space Heater / Sharon Olds -- 12. Numbers / Mary Cornish -- 13. Lines / Martha Collins -- 14. Listen / Miller Williams -- 15. Unholy Sonnets / Mark Jarman -- 16. Poem for Salt / Leroy C. Quintana -- 17. The Hand / Mary Ruefle -- 18. Where I Was / Dan Brown -- 19. hoop snake / Rebecca Wee -- 20. Bestiary for the Fingers of My Right Hand / Charles Simic -- 21. The Summer I Was Sixteen / Geraldine Connolly -- 22. Did I Miss Anything? / Tom Wayman -- 23. Song of Smoke / Kevin Young -- 24. Autobiographia / G.E. Patterson -- 25. White Towels / Richard Jones -- 26. To You / Kenneth Koch -- 27. It's Raining in Love / Richard Brautigan -- 28. Moderation Kills (Excusez-Moi, Je Suis Sick as a Dog) / David Kirby -- 29. Mrs. Midas / Carol Ann Duffy -- 30. The Oldest Living Thing in L.A. / Larry Levis -- 31. Little Father / Li-Young Lee -- 32. Alzheimer's / Bob Hicok -- 33. The Book of Hand Shadows / Marianne Boruch -- 34. Sidekicks / Ronald Koertge -- 35. A Poetry Reading at West Point / William Matthews -- 36. Only One of My Deaths / Dean Young -- 37. I'm A Fool to Love You / Cornelius Eady -- 38. Love Poem 1990 / Peter Meinke -- 39. Passer-by, these are words ... / Yves Bonnefoy -- 40. Wheels / Jim Daniels -- 41. Rain / Naomi Shihab Nye -- 42. A Myopic Child / Yannis Ritsos -- 43. At the Other End of the Telescope / George Bradley -- 44. praise song / Lucille Clifton -- 45. The Man into Whose Yard You Should Not Hit Your Ball / Thomas Lux -- 46. The Farewell / Edward Field -- 47. The Partial Explanation / Charles Simic -- 48. Poem for Adlai Stevenson and Yellow Jackets / David Young -- 49. The Late Passenger / C.S. Lewis -- 50. On a 3 1/2 Oz. Lesser Yellowlegs, Departed Boston August 28, Shot Martinique September 3 / Eamon Grennan -- 51. Tour / Carol Snow -- 52. After Us / Connie Wanek -- 53. Poetry / Don Paterson -- 54. The Fathers / Elizabeth Holmes -- 55. The High School Band / Reed Whittemore -- 56. The Bell / Richard Jones -- 57. Dearborn North Apartments Chicago, Illinois / Lola Haskins -- 58. Gouge, Adze, Rasp, Hammer / Chris Forhan -- 59. The Bruise of This / Mark Wunderlich -- 60. 1-800-HOT-RIBS / Catherine Bowman -- 61. The Printer's Error / Aaron Fogel -- 62. Cartoon Physics, part 1 / Nick Flynn -- 63. Advice from the Experts / Bill Knott -- 64. She Didn't Mean to Do It / Daisy Fried -- 65. Snow / David Berman -- 66. Six One-Line Film-Scripts / Tom Andrews -- 67. I Finally Managed to Speak to Her / Hal Sirowitz -- 68. Before She Died / Karen Chase -- 69. In the Well / Andrew Hudgins -- 70. The Sonogram / Paul Muldoon -- 71. Love Like Salt / Lisel Mueller -- 72. Through the Window of the All-Night Restaurant / Nicholas Christopher -- 73. The Assassination of John Lennon as Depicted by the Madame Tussaud Wax Museum, Niagara Falls, Ontario, 1987 / David Wojahn -- 74. Barbie's Ferrari / Lynne McMahon -- 75. A Romance for the Wild Turkey / Paul Zimmer -- 76. Ye White Antarctic Birds / Lisa Jarnot -- 77. St. Francis and the Sow / Galway Kinnell -- 78. Killing the Animals / Wesley McNair -- 79. The Old Liberators / Robert Hedin -- 80. Sentimental Moment or Why Did the Baguette Cross the Road? / Robert Hershon -- 81. Grammar / Tonay Hoagland -- 82. Plague Victims Catapulted over Walls into Besieged City / Thomas Lux -- 83. In Tornado Weather / Judith Kerman -- 84. The Portuguese in Mergui / George Green -- 85. No Return / William Matthews -- 86. The Panic Bird / Robert Phillips -- 87. A Hunger / Benjamin Saltman -- 88. Otherwise / Jane Kenyon -- 89. Happy Marriage / Taslima Nasrin -- 90. At Navajo Monument Valley Tribal School / Sherman Alexie -- 91. Hamlet Off-Stage: Laertes Cool / D.C. Berry -- 92. Lesson / Forrest Hamer -- 93. Football / Louis Jenkins -- 94. Fat Is Not a Fairy Tale / Jane Yolen -- 95. Sister Cat / Frances Mayes -- 96. The Bagel / David Ignatow -- 97. On Swimming / Adam Zagajewski -- 98. Song Beside a Sippy Cup / Jenny Factor -- 99. Watching the Mayan Women / Luisa Villani -- 100. Queen Herod / Carol Ann Duffy -- 101. Video Blues / Mary Jo Salter -- 102. Smoking / Elton Glaser -- 103. Old Men Playing Basketball / B.H. Fairchild -- 104. Gratitude to Old Teachers / Robert Bly -- 105. June 11 / David Lehman -- 106. Vegetarian Physics / David Clewell -- 107. My Life / Joe Wenderoth -- 108. Nuclear Winter / Edward Nobles -- 109. Message: Bottle #32 / J. Allyn Rosser -- 110. Waves / Robin Robertson -- 111. no. 6 / Charles Bukowski -- 112. Tuesday Morning, Loading Pigs / David Lee -- 113. For Mohammed Zeid, Age 15 / Naomi Shihab Nye -- 114. Small Comfort / Katha Pollitt -- 115. Skin / Lucia Perillo -- 116. Telephone Repairman / Joseph Millar -- 117. What I Would Do / Marc Petersen -- 118. The Meadow / Kate Knapp Johnson -- 119. Rotary / Christina Pugh -- 120. Sax's and Selves / Mark Halliday -- 121. Black Leather Because Bumblebees Look Like It / Diane Wakoski -- 122. Beyond Recall / Sharon Bryan -- 123. Alley Cat Love Song / Dana Gioia -- 124. Goodbye to the Old Life / Wesley McNair -- 125. For "Fiddle-De-De" / John Hollander -- 126. Country Fair / Charles Simic -- 127. Part of Eve's Discussion / Marie Howe -- 128. Birth Day / Elise Paschen -- 129. On Not Flying to Hawaii / Alison Luterman -- 130. The Poem of Chalk / Philip Levine -- 131. My Father's Hats / Mark Irwin -- 132. Of Politics & Art / Norman Dubie -- 133. Loud Music / Stephen Dobyns -- 134. Elevator Music / Henry Taylor -- 135. A Wreath to the Fish / Nancy Willard -- 136. ballplayer / Evie Shockley -- 137. The Green One over There / Katia Kapovich -- 138. May / Bruce Weigl -- 139. The Quest / Sharon Olds -- 140. In Simili Materia / Timothy Russell -- 141. Words for Worry / Li-Young Lee -- 142. In Praise of BIC Pens / David Hilton -- 143. The Other World / Robert Wrigley -- 144. The Grammar Lesson / Steve Kowit -- 145. Fast Break / Edward Hirsch -- 146. The Invention of Heaven / Dean Young -- 147. Saturday at the Canal / Gary Soto -- 148. Doing Without / David Ray -- 149. The Death of Santa Claus / Charles Webb -- 150. Ladies and Gentlemen in Outer Space / Ron Padgett -- 151. Thanksgiving / Mac Hammond -- 152. Dog's Death / John Updike -- 153. Hound Song / Donald Finkel -- 154. A Metaphor Crosses the Road / Martha McFerren -- 155. The Swan at Edgewater Park / Ruth L. Schwartz -- 156. The Blizzard / Phillis Levin -- 157. Where is She? / Peter Cherches -- 158. Coffee in the Afternoon / Alberto Rios -- 159. One Morning / Eamon Grennan -- 160. Animals / Miller Williams -- 161. God Says Yes to Me / Kaylin Haught -- 162. The Perfect Heart / Shara McCallum -- 163. The Birthday / Elizabeth Seydel Morgan -- 164. Not Swans / Susan Ludvigson -- 165. I Wish in the City of Your Heart / Robley Wilson -- 166. The Accompanist / William Matthews -- 167. The Wolf of Gubbio / William Matthews -- 168. 49[superscript th] Birthday Trip (What Are You On?) / Samuel Menashe -- 169. How Many Times / Marie Howe -- 170. The History of Poetry / Peter Cooley -- 171. The Dead / Susan Mitchell -- 172. Social Security / Terence Winch -- 173. The Student Theme / Ronald Wallace -- 174. Smell and Envy / Douglas Goetsch -- 175. The Yawn / Paul Blackburn -- 176. Blue Willow / Jody Gladding -- 177. Tuesday 9:00 AM / Denver Butson -- 178. Ordinance on Arrival / Naomi Lazard -- 179. 96 Vandam / Gerald Stern -- 180. What He Thought / Heather McHugh.
A dazzling new anthology of 180 contemporary poems, selected and introduced by America's Poet Laureate, Billy Collins. Inspired by Billy Collins's poem-a-day program with the Library of Congress, Poetry 180 is the perfect anthology for readers who appreciate engaging, thoughtful poems that are an immediate pleasure. A 180-degree turn implies a turning back-in this case, to poetry. A collection of 180 poems by the most exciting poets at work today, Poetry 180 represents the richness and diversity of the form, and is designed to beckon readers with a selection of poems that are impossible not to love at first glance. Open the anthology to any page and discover a new poem to cherish, or savor all the poems, one at a time, to feel the full measure of contemporary poetry's vibrance and abundance. With poems by Catherine Bowman, Lucille Clifton, Billy Collins, Dana Gioia, Edward Hirsch, Galway Kinnell, Kenneth Koch, Philip Levine, Thomas Lux, William Matthews, Frances Mayes, Paul Muldoon, Naomi Shihab Nye, Sharon Olds, Katha Pollitt, Mary Jo Salter, Charles Simic, David Wojahn, Paul Zimmer, and many more.
Baker Berry PS615 .P6245 2003
Zero K : a novel
DeLillo, Don, author
New York : Scribner, 2016
Jeffrey Lockhart's father, Ross, is a billionaire with a younger wife, Artis, whose health is failing. Ross is the primary investor in a secret compound where death is controlled until new technologies will offer to return the patients to life. Jeffrey grapples with Artis's choice to enter the compound, instead of embracing the life she has left.
Baker Berry PS3554.E4425 Z35 2016
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