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Books: Our Favorite Poetry Books of 2020

Jan 11, 2021 • View in browser
High on my list of New Year’s resolutions every year is to read for pleasure more often, a simple goal that somehow always becomes daunting. Luckily, our writers have plenty of suggestions for where to start.
From favorite poetry titles, to insightful reflections on weather and sculpture, and even a visual tour of Christmas kitsch across the US of A, there’s plenty to dive into.
Happy reading.
Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews

Our Favorite Poetry Books of 2020
The cover of Discipline by Jane Yeh
The cover of Discipline by Jane Yeh
Not everything was bad in 2020. At least, not in the world of poetry.
As part of our year-end lists, Hyperallergic Weekend editors John Yau and Albert Mobilio selected a few choice titles from the past year.
New Year, New Ideas
Martine Syms's New Book Is an Irreverent Performance of Contemporary Living
A Photographer Captures Christmas Kitsch Across the US
This Anthology of Trans Poetics Channels a Spirit of Dissent
Roni Horn’s Memories and Meditations About Weather
Does Anyone Believe in Sculpture?
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