AWP — the book haul

My favorite thing about AWP is the bookfair. Seven hundred exhibitors–publishers, literary magazines, and services all showcasing their wares. In the past I’ve come home with a boatload of journals, and I did pick up a couple this year, but I concentrated this time around on books. Here’s most of what I got:

Kelly Luce’s story collection, Three Scenarios in which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail (which I already had, but now I have a signed copy); 18196588

Michael Bazzett’s debut poetry collection You Must Remember This;22571861

Austin Bunn’s story collection (coming out later this month from Harper), The Brink;22693283

Angela Jackson’s new poetry collection, It Seems Like a Mighty Long Time;21470529

Claudia Emerson’s posthumous poetry collection The Opposite House;23529466

Michael Czyzniejewski’s latest story collection I will Love You for the Rest of My Life;21535646

April Ford’s story collection The Poor Children;23281082

Stephen Eoannou’s story collection Muscle Cars;muscle

J.R. Miller’s novel Nobody’s Looking;25137655

Kerry Howley’s nonfiction book,Thrown;20949601

Daniel Torday’s novel The Last Flight of Poxl West;21853675

Seth Michelson’s translation from Hindi of Rati Saxena’s Dreaming in Another Land.


That’s more than I can read any time soon, but I’m glad to have them! 

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