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10 Awesome Poetry Books That Came Out In The Past Year

People need to read more poetry. Here's 10 books that came out in the past year that blew my mind. No matter what kind of literature you're into, you're sure to find something that touches you from these amazing writers.

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Between Lines & Hashtags: Volume 1 By Joi Sanchez

Joi brings us relationships, the sun, the moon and everything that makes up her testament to life.
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Joi brings us relationships, the sun, the moon and everything that makes up her testament to life.

A Fistful of Moss and Poppy Seeds by Yi Wu

Yi takes us on a journey through several narratives simply & beautfiully written. Published by Pomegranate Gallery
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Yi takes us on a journey through several narratives simply & beautfiully written. Published by Pomegranate Gallery

Too Many Humans of New York by Abigail Welhouse

Abigail is actually the funniest poet ever, and she brings us dark humor again in her latest chapbook. Published by Bottlecap Press
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Abigail is actually the funniest poet ever, and she brings us dark humor again in her latest chapbook. Published by Bottlecap Press

Depression Cupcakes by Thomas Fucaloro

Thomas flips back and forth between dying as a poet in NYC and vignettes of drug use that are all too real. Published by YES Poetry.
Poem by Thomas Fucaloro / Via yespoetry.com

Thomas flips back and forth between dying as a poet in NYC and vignettes of drug use that are all too real. Published by YES Poetry.

Salt is for Curing by Sonya Vatomsky

Sonya writes a creepy, all knowing and self aware series of poems. Published by Sator Press.
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Sonya writes a creepy, all knowing and self aware series of poems. Published by Sator Press.

The Pink Box by Yesenia Montilla

Yesenia brings us back in time to her childhood, discusses identity, family and growth all in one collection. Published by Willow Books Emerging Poets & Writers Series.
Poem by Yesenia Montilla / Via aquariuspress.myshopify.com

Yesenia brings us back in time to her childhood, discusses identity, family and growth all in one collection. Published by Willow Books Emerging Poets & Writers Series.

The Song of the Dead by Pierre Reverdy

Pierre's poems, translated in English and also printed in French offer us the taste of art through words with vivid images. Published by Black Square Editions.
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Pierre's poems, translated in English and also printed in French offer us the taste of art through words with vivid images. Published by Black Square Editions.

all girls will not feel pretty at some point by Elizabeth Tsung

Elizabeth discusses the regular anxieties of everyday girls and weaves in her own struggles in a sometimes humorous, sometimes heartfelt chapbook.
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Elizabeth discusses the regular anxieties of everyday girls and weaves in her own struggles in a sometimes humorous, sometimes heartfelt chapbook.

Collective Regeneration and Universal Love by Dan Shurley

Dan's writing is not only cryptic but oddly self aware. Published by Nomadic Press.
Poem by Dan Shurley / Via nomadicpress.org

Dan's writing is not only cryptic but oddly self aware. Published by Nomadic Press.

Leaves of Absence by Laura Madeline Wiseman & Sally Deskins

Sally's whimsical art breathes floral light into Laura's words in this collaborative book of art & poems. Published by Red Dashboard
Poem by Laura Madeline Wiseman. Art by Sally Deskins. / Via amazon.com

Sally's whimsical art breathes floral light into Laura's words in this collaborative book of art & poems. Published by Red Dashboard

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