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Books of Interest from University of Massachusetts Press

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Goodbye, Flicker
(2012)
Carmen Gimenez-Smith
My Soviet Union
(2007)
Michael Dumanis

 



University of Massachusetts Press General Catalogue
 

2020
That Place Where You Opened Your Hands, by Susan Leslie Moore
Stardust Media, by Christina Pugh

2019
Too Numerous, by Kent Shaw

2018
Transmission Loss, by Chelsea Jennings
You Are the Phenomenology, by Timothy O'Keefe

2017
The Spirit Papers, by Elizabeth Metzger
The Worrier, by Nancy Takacs

2016
The Body Distances (A Hundred Blackbirds Rising), by Mark Wagenaar

2015
Playing Herself in a Mirror, by David Kutz-Marks

2014
The Theme of Tonight's Party Has Been Changed, by Dana Roeser

2013
Starship Tahiti, by Brandon Dean Lamson

2012
Goodbye, Flicker, by Carmen Gimenez-Smith

2011
The Many Woods of Grief, by Lucas Farrell

2010
Wolf Lake, White Gown Blown Open, by Diane Seuss

2009
Interloper, by L. S. Klatt

2008
Letters of Transit, by Theodore Worozbyt

2007
My Soviet Union, by Michael Dumanis

2006
All the Lavish in Common, by Allan Peterson

2005
Cottonlandia, by Rebecca Black

2004
Primer of the Obsolete, by Diane Glancy

2003
Cement Guitar, by Michael Carlson

2002
Dance and Disappear, by Laura Kasischke

2001
Song of the Cicadas, by Mong-Lan

2000
Heartwall, by Richard Jackson

1999
Fugitive Red, by Karen Donovan
The Anchorage, by Mark Wunderlich

1998
The Double Task, by Gray Jacobik

1997
The Women Carry River Water, by Quang Thieu Nguy-en
At the Site of Inside Out, by Anna Rabinowitz

1996
Black Maps, by David Jauss
Cities and Towns, by Arthur Vogelsang

1995
The Postal Confessions, by Max Garland

1994
The Waterman's Children, by John Bensko
Little-Known Sports, by Vern Rutsala

1993
Lost Country, by Dan Howell
Child in Amber, by Stephen McNally
Song of the Sky : versions of Native American song-poems, by Brian Swann

1992
Late Fire, Late Snow : new and uncollected poems, by Robert Francis
Tasker Street, by Mark Halliday

1991
Red Cottage, by Dennis Finnell
Selected Poems, by Joseph Langland

1990
First Language, by Ciaran Carson
The Dog Star, by W. S. Di Piero
First Language, by Edward Kleinschmidt
First Language, by Edward Kleinschmidt Mayes

1989
The Man Who Died en Route, by Nell Altizer
The Stolen Car, by James Haug

1988
Body Blows : poems new and selected, by Robert Bagg
After the Noise of Saigon, by Walt McDonald
The Wonder of Seeing Double, by Robert Shaw

1987
The Minute Hand, by Jane Shore

1986
Ghost Money, by Lynda Hull

1985
Seeing Through the Sun, by Linda Hogan
The Names of the Rapids, by Jonathon Holden

1984
Laps, by Michael Blumenthal

1983
Afterlight, by Marc Hudson

1982
The Students of Snow, by Jane Flanders
Hints to Pilgrims, by James Tate

1981
The Glacier's Daughters, by David Brendan Hopes

1980
Two-Headed Woman, by Lucille Clifton
Crossing the Same River, by Patricia Goedicke

1979
Maya, by Eleanor Wilner

1978
The Rainbow Grocery, by William Dickey

1977
Eye Level, by Jane Shore

1976
Ariana Olisvos, Her Last Works and Days, by David Dwyer
Collected Poems, 1936-1976, by Robert Francis

1975
Metaform, by Alvin Greenberg
Come the Sweet By and By, by Eleanor Lerman

1974
Looking for Holes in the Ceiling, by Stephen Dunn
Like Ghosts of Eagles: poems, 1966-1974, by Robert Francis

1972
Conjure; selected poems, 1963-1970, by Ishmael Reed

1971
Avenue of the Americas, by James Scully

1968
The Satirical Rogue on Poetry, by Robert Francis

1965
Come Out into the Sun; poems new and selected, by Robert Francis

University of Massachusetts Press's books have won the following awards:

2019
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Stardust Media, by Christina Pugh
 
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
That Place Where You Opened Your Hands, by Susan Leslie Moore
 

2018
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Too Numerous, by Kent Shaw
 

2017
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Transmission Loss, by Chelsea Jennings
 
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
You Are the Phenomenology, by Timothy O'Keefe
 

2016
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Worrier, by Nancy Takacs
 
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Spirit Papers, by Elizabeth Metzger
 

2015
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Body Distances (A Hundred Blackbirds Rising), by Mark Wagenaar
 

2014
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Playing Herself in a Mirror, by David Kutz-Marks
 

2013
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Theme of Tonight's Party Has Been Changed, by Dana Roeser
 

2012
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Starship Tahiti, by Brandon Dean Lamson
 

2011
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Goodbye, Flicker, by Carmen Gimenez-Smith
 
Winner of Poets & Writers Debut Poets
The Many Woods of Grief, by Lucas Farrell
 

2010
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Many Woods of Grief, by Lucas Farrell
 

2009
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Wolf Lake, White Gown Blown Open, by Diane Seuss
 

2008
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Interloper, by L. S. Klatt
 

2007
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Letters of Transit, by Theodore Worozbyt
 

2006
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
My Soviet Union, by Michael Dumanis
 

2005
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
All the Lavish in Common, by Allan Peterson
 

2004
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Cottonlandia, by Rebecca Black
 

2003
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Primer of the Obsolete, by Diane Glancy
 

2002
Winner of Great Lakes College Association New Writers Award
Song of the Cicadas, by Mong-Lan
 
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Cement Guitar, by Michael Carlson
 

2001
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Dance and Disappear, by Laura Kasischke
 

2000
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Song of the Cicadas, by Mong-Lan
 
Winner of Lambda Literary Awards
The Anchorage, by Mark Wunderlich
 

1999
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Heartwall, by Richard Jackson
 

1998
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Fugitive Red, by Karen Donovan
 

1997
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Double Task, by Gray Jacobik
 

1996
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
At the Site of Inside Out, by Anna Rabinowitz
 

1995
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Cities and Towns, by Arthur Vogelsang
 

1994
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Postal Confessions, by Max Garland
 

1993
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Little-Known Sports, by Vern Rutsala
 

1992
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Child in Amber, by Stephen McNally
 

1991
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Tasker Street, by Mark Halliday
 

1990
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Red Cottage, by Dennis Finnell
 

1989
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
First Language, by Edward Kleinschmidt
 

1988
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Man Who Died en Route, by Nell Altizer
 

1987
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
After the Noise of Saigon, by Walt McDonald
 

1986
Winner of James Laughlin Award
The Minute Hand, by Jane Shore
 

1985
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Ghost Money, by Lynda Hull
 

1984
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Names of the Rapids, by Jonathon Holden
 

1982
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Afterlight, by Marc Hudson
 

1981
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Students of Snow, by Jane Flanders
 

1980
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Glacier's Daughters, by David Brendan Hopes
 

1979
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Two-Headed Woman, by Lucille Clifton
 

1977
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
The Rainbow Grocery, by William Dickey
 

1976
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Eye Level, by Jane Shore
 

1974
Winner of Juniper Prize in Poetry
Come the Sweet By and By, by Eleanor Lerman