Book Reviews

Ecologically Lush Poetics: The Deering Hour (Ornithopter Press, 2021) by Karen Elizabeth Bishop and Art in Time (Nightboat Books, 2021) by Cole Swensen.

The Revolutions of a Sonnet: A Review of Frank: Sonnets by Diane Seuss (Graywolf Press, 2021). The Rumpus.

Invisibility is a Form of Presence: Interview with Fiona Sze-Lorrain: Translating Green Mountain by Chinese Poet Yang Jian (MerwinAsia, 2020). Poetry Northwest.

There is Nothing That is Not Touched: A Review of Made to Explode by Sandra Beasley (Norton, 2021) and Divine Fire by David Woo (UGA Press, 2021). EcoTheo Review.

Through a Small Ghost by Chelsea Dingman (UGA Press, 2020) and Wifthing by Pattie McCarthy (Apogee Press, 2021). EcoTheo Review.

Strange Countries: One Strange Country by Stella Hayes (What Books Press, 2020) and Emporium by Aditi Machado (Nightboat Books, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

I Was Waiting to See What You Would Do First by Angie Mazakis (University of Arkansas Press, 2020). The Cleveland Review of Books.

Rain in Plural by Fiona Sze-Lorrain (Princeton University Press, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

The Best Books of 2020 (Poetry, with Jason Myers). The Boston Globe.

Music for the Dead and Resurrected by Valzhyna Mort (FSG, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

Interior Landscapes: Smaller Songs by Anna Lena Phillips Bell (St. Brigid Press, 2020) and Theorem by Elizabeth Bradfield and Antonia Contro (Poetry Northwest Editions, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

Inside a Crisis: Danger Days (Saturnalia Books, 2020) by Catherine Pierce and Requisite (Platypus Press, 2020) by Tanya Holtland. EcoTheo Review.

Attention to the Real: a Conversation with Kasey Jueds of Maps and Transcripts of the Ordinary World by Kathryn Cowles (Milkweed Editions, 2020). Entropy Mag.

Aria Viscera by Kristi Carter (April Gloaming Publishing, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

What Need Have We For Such As We (C&R Press, 2019) by Amanda Auerbach. Kenyon Review Online.

The Fragile Human: Rift Zone (Red Hen Press, 2020) and Last West: Roadsongs for Dorothea Lange (MoMA, 2020) by Tess Taylor. EcoTheo Review.

Rue by Kathryn Nuernberger (Boa Editions LTD, 2020). EcoTheo Review.

The New Sun Time by Ish Klein (Canarium Books, 2020). On the Seawall.

Wonder and Truth: Pricking (Tiger Bark Press, 2016) and Hunt (The Word Works, 2017) by Jessica Cuello. EcoTheo Review.

All Transparent Things Need Thundershirts (Two Sylvias Press, 2019) by Dana Roeser. Poetry International Online.

The Bower (University of Chicago Press, 2019) by Connie Voisine. Poetry Northwest.

Love and I (Graywolf Press, 2019) by Fanny Howe. Tinderbox Poetry Journal.

Valuing (University of Georgia Press, 2019) by Christopher Kondrich. AGNI Online.

The City and the Soul: Deaf Republic (Graywolf Press, 2019) by Ilya Kaminsky. The Chattahoochee Review.

If the House (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019) by Molly Spencer. The Rumpus.

The Grace of Distance (LSU Press, 2019) by Matthew Thorburn. The Adroit Journal.

Double Review: Woodland (Entre Ríos Books, 2019) by Knox Gardner and In Wildness by M. Stone. EcoTheo Review. 

Belonging to the Environment: Rosarium (Acre Books, 2018) by Hannah Dow, EcoTheo Review.

Not into the Blossoms and Not into the Air (Parlor Press, 2019) by Elizabeth Jacobson, EcoTheo Review. 

Environment and Ritual: The Gathering Song (Finishing Line Press, 2018) by Christina Xiong, EcoTheo Review. 

A Potent and Particular Landscape: On Casting Deep Shade (Copper Canyon Press, 2019) by C.D. Wright, American Poetry Review. May/June 2019 (Vol. 48. No. 3).

The Explosive Expert’s Wife (University Wisconsin Press, 2018) by Shara Lessley, The Rumpus.

“Objects of Love”: On Go to the Living (Inlandia Books 2017) by Micah Chatterton, Poetry Northwest.

Anemochory (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2016) and Season of Dares (Bull City Press, 2018) by Leah Silvieus, EcoTheo Review.

The Dream of Reason (Copper Canyon Press 2018) by Jenny George, EcoTheo Review.

Mary’s Dust (Entre Rios Books 2017) by Melinda Mueller, Up the Staircase Quarterly.

A Plum Tree in Leatherstocking Country (VAC 2012) by Daniel Bowman, Ruminate Magazine.