By , May 18, 2011

New and recent releases from Lynx House Press include:

Agnostic by Christopher Buckley

The Lord of Everywhere by John Hodgen

Thieve by Joe Wilkins

Long Day by Peter Sears

The Appointment by John Keeble

The Knowable Emotions by Heikki Huotari

God’s Laughter by Thomas Brush

Woman in Red Anorak by Marc Harshman

The Cartographer’s Melancholy by David Axelrod

Promises by Ray Amorosi

Subjective Georgraphy by Madeline Defrees

Sensational Nightingales by Walter Pavlich

Walking it Off by Doug Peacock

Guilt in Our Pockets by Carlos Reyes

but not yet by Ralph Burns

Body Turn to Rain by Richard Robbins

Fire in the Conservatory by Linda Gregerson

Sundown by Floyce Alexander

Unfinished Figures by Dave Nielsen

Walks Along the Ditch by Bill Tremblay

In the Wellspring of the Ear by Tomas O’Leary

The Only Afterlife by Mariève Rugo

Open Heart by Thomas Brush

Elephant Raga by Prartho Sereno

Angels at Bus Stops by Jon Veinberg

Open 24 Hours by Suzanne Lummis

Built to Take It by Tom Wayman

Holy Days of Obligation by Christopher Buckley

Small Talk by Peter Sears

Nothing Very Sudden Happens Here by Alan Basting

Starlight Taxi by Roy Bentley

Four Swans by Greg Pape

Magician’s Hat: Poems on the Life of David Alfaro Siqueiros by Bill Tremblay

Poems of Love and Madness / Poemas de Amor y Locura translated by Carlos Reyes

Earth Recitals by Melissa Kwasny

In My Father’s House by John Hodgen

Last Night by Thomas Brush (Winner of the 2011 Blue Lynx Prize)

One for the Money: A Poetry Workshop Handbook and Anthology edited by Christopher Buckley and Gary Young

Birds of Paradise by Christine Kitano

If This World Falls Apart by Lou Lipsitz (Winner of the 2010 Blue Lynx Prize)

The Sign of the Crow by Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez, translated by Carlos Reyes

Slim Night of Recognition by Emma Howell

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