A few recommended poetry books this December

Here is a list of some books of poetry that I have enjoyed, and thus recommend. (I know I have missed a couple, so I will amend as necessary.) Most of the books on this list I purchased this year.

Falling in Love with Picking Myself up—Talicha Johnson (self-published)

Crybaby—Caitlyn Siehl (Words Dance Publishing)

Not Aloud—Christopher J. Jarmick (MoonPath Press)

Tempest of Stars—Jean Cocteau, translated by Jeremy Reed (Enitharmon)

Holy Robots—Vasilina Orlova (Gutenberg Printing Press Independent Group)

The Purple Wash—Minnie A. Collins (self-published)
I could not find any links about this book, but I do know you can get copies from Third Place Books’ Seward Park store in South Seattle.

A Lesser Love—E. J. Koh (Pleiades Press)

Maintaining Survival—Haley Hendrick (self-published)

All the Odes—Pablo Neruda, edited by Ilan Stavans (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

The Book of David: A Coming of Age Tale—Lola E. Peters (self-published)

Make Yourself Happy—Eleni Sikelianos (Coffee House Press)

(1 December 2017—updated 26 December)