Visiting my parents means catching up on everything I've been meaning to read. Most of these are poetry books.
  1. Flatscreen by Adam Wilson
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    My girlfriend bought it for me months ago. I'm almost finished. It's pretty good but uses some problematic/hurtful language.
  2. To Ex-Girlfriends (Who I Have Pocket-Dialed.) by Hanif Abdurraqib
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    Has a really cool black on black cover. Went to see him read a while back, talked about Twitter, bought his book.
  3. Endowing Vegetables With Too Much Meaning by Kevin Kantor
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    He did a really incredible reading at my college recently and I got to open up for him along with a couple other poets!!
  4. Into the Dark & Emptying Field by Rachel McKibbens
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    One of my favorite people. She did a birthday poetry reading with some really cool poets and I bought this from her after.
  5. This zine by Erich Haygun
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    He sold me the last copy at the poetry reading for Rachel McKibbens's birthday.
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    And this is how he signed it.
  7. Let me know what you're reading!!
  8. No Matter the Wreckage by Sarah Kay
    As great as you think it'd be, and surprisingly (and pleasantly) varied from her popular work.
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