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Finding Token Creek

Robert Alexander

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Hatchet

Carmen Boullosa

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Faces Hidden in the Dust

Tony Barnstone &

Bilal Shaw

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Bruno Folner's Last Tango

Mempo Giardinelli

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Letdown

Sonia Greenfield

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They'll be Good for Seed

Gabor G. Gyukics

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The Uncommon Speech

of Paradise

Robert Hedin

& James Lenfestey

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Flares

Christopher Merrill 

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The Book of Mirrors

Yun Wang

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Richard Tillinghast is the winner of the 27th Annual White Pine Press Poetry Prize for his manuscript Blue If Only I Could Tell You. Contest judge Joe Wilkins say of the collection:

"Blue If Only I Could Tell You is a book of journeys and arrivals, of the many far and consequential places we might find ourselves: Punjab, Tipperay, the sandy banks of the Platte River in Nebraska. Exquisitely plainspoken, clear-eyed, and wise, Tillinghast is keenly aware of the histories and stories that shape our worlds; these poems roam and wonder and find homes for us everywhere."