Our Favourite Poetry Books of 2021

The year is coming to a close and you’re wondering what poetry releases you missed in 2021. We asked our staff, editors, and authors which poetry books they loved this year, so scroll down to find your next read!

Krista Cox, Managing Editor at Doubleback Review

Bloodwarm by Taylor Byas

Cleave by Tiana Nobile

A Net to Catch My Body in its Weaving by Katie Farris

Dialogues with Rising Tides by Kelli Russell Agodon

Anna Black, Managing Editor at Sundress Publications

How to Not Be Afraid of Everything by Jane Wong

Mouths of Garden by Barbara Fant

Autumn McClintock, Associate Poetry Editor at Doubleback Review

frank: sonnets by Dianne Seuss

Oh You Robot Saints by Rebecca Morgan Frank

Sarah Clark, Editorial Board Member at Sundress Publications

Bone House by K-Ming Chang

Waterbaby by Nikki Wallschlaeger

Sundress Publications Authors Also Recommend:

Everyday Mojo Songs of Earth by Yusef Komunyakaa

Boat People by Mayra Santos Febres

What Noise Against the Cane by Desiree C. Bailey

Imagine Us, The Swarm by Muriel Leung

Little God by Avni Vyas

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