Series: Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry

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Partial Eclipse (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Tony Sanders1
Delirium by Barbara Hamby2
The Sublime: Poems by Jonathan Holden3
American Crawl (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Paul Allen4
Soul Data: Poems by Mark Svenvold5
Moving & St. Rage by Kathy Fagan6
A Protocol for Touch (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Constance Merritt7
The Perseids (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Karen Holmberg8
The Self As Constellation: Poems (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 9) by Jeanine Hathaway9
Bene-Dictions (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Rush Rankin10
Losing and Finding by Karen Fiser11
The Black Beach: Poems (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry Series) by J. T. Barbarese12
Re-entry: Poems (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry Series) by Michael White13
The Next Settlement (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Michael Robins14
Ohio Violence (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Alison Stine16
Stray Home (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry) by Amy M. Clark17

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