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NEW REVIEW (12/8:)

Poetry Anthology ANother English Another English: Anglophone Poems from Around the World, edited by Catherine Barnett and Tiphanie Yanique

BY DERICK MATTERN

The editors of this anthology, Another English, describe it as “a collection of varied expressions of English.“ All the poets included write in English but hail from outside the United States and the United Kingdom. Really, it’s more like seven anthologies, organized geographically, each curated by a different editor. {MORE}

NEW REVIEW (12/8:)

Abigail Cloud, Another English Abigail Cloud, Sylph

BY REBECCA DUNHAM

Abigail Cloud's first book of poetry, Sylph, was selected by Dana Levin as winner of the Lena-Miles Weaver Todd Poetry Prize. The poems in this skillfully wrought collection foreground the relationship between dance and lyric poetry. In poems that are imagistically and musically rich, Cloud considers the nature of love and desire—particularly desire’s attraction to that which is missing. {MORE}

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