Lynn Emmanuel's work, for example. I have liked her prose poetry work, it has such an affinity and response to Gertrude Stein. Here she's in a more lyric mode, and she does it oh so well.
I also found our recently that my mentor and friend Diane Wakoski has a new book just out from Anhinga Press. I've ordered my copy, and hope it is en route.
Meanwhile, in Germany, poet Sarah Sloat discovers that she has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. For the second poem, if you follow the link.
Contemporary surrealist Eric Baus has a new book coming soon. I think these might be in it.
Dorothea Lasky curates a poetry reading series in Brooklyn. I'm not excited enough by this news to simply take off to Brooklyn, but you'd better believe the next time that work or friendship brings me to NYC I'll be eager to see if the trip coincides with a night when this takes place.
In a final and mostly self-serving entry, I'll say that I have some prose poems in New World Writing. Did I say that already here? That's OK, repetition is a form of music. And I just re-read these and I'm still fond of them.