We are pleased to announce four new collections from poets previously featured in NER.
Charles Simic’s new collection, New and Selected Poems 1962-2012 has been published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Simic’s poetry was featured in NER 24.4 and his translations of Novica Tadic appeared in NER 29.1.
From Los Angeles Times: “It takes just one glimpse of Charles Simic’s work to establish that he is a master, ruler of his own eccentric kingdom of jittery syntax and signature insight.”
New and Selected Poems 1962-2012 is available from Powell’s Books and independent booksellers.
Headwaters, a new collection of poetry from Ellen Bryant Voigt, has been published by W.W. Norton & Company. Voigt’s poetry appeared in NER 25.3.
From Publishers Weekly: “Voigt’s…eighth collection of poetry is defined by a liquid precision.”
From Library Journal: “A highly recommended book by an important poet.”
Headwaters is available from Norton and independent booksellers.
From Publisher’s Weekly: “Drawn from his experience as a moviegoer, these poems prove anything but safe—each film is its own playground of dangers, of ‘strangers who mistake me for someone/ they owe.'”
The Cineaste is available from Powell’s Books and independent booksellers.
Trace, a new collection of poetry from Eric Pankey has recently been published by Milkweed Editions. Pankey has been featured in NER numerous times, most frequently in NER 34.1.
From Chase Twichell, author of Where the Answers Should Have Been: “In this age of both religious extremism and cynical atheism, Eric Pankey’s poems gleam with authenticity.”
Trace is available from Milkweed Editions and other booksellers.