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Updated December 23, 2012

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Except by Nature, poems by Sandra Alcosser (Graywolf Press, 1998)

Chinese Whispers, by John Ashbery (Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2002) [available again]

Homage to Vallejo, edited by Christopher Buckley (Greenhouse Review Press, 2006)

The Complexities of Intimacy, Stories by Mary Caponegro (Coffee House Press, 2001)

Maraca: New and Selected Poems 1965-2000, by Victor Hernández Cruz (Coffee House Press)

Madame Deluxe, poems by Tenaya Darlington (Coffee House Press)

Shiny Pencils at the Edge of Things: New and Selected Poems, by Dick Gallup (Coffee House Press)

It's Hard to Look at What We Came to Think We'd Come to See, poems by Michele Glazer (Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1998)

Red Suburb, poems by Greg Hewett (Coffee House Press, 2002)

Origins, by Morton Marcus (Kayak Books, 1969)

Chipping Bone, by Maude Meehan (audio tape, 1 hr. 11 min., 1993) (3 copies left)

As If the World Made Sense, by Maude Meehan (Papier Maché Press, 1996) (3 copies left)

Washing the Stones, by Maude Meehan (Many Names Press, 2003) (3 copies left)

Poems, 1968-1998, by Paul Muldoon (Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2001)

The National Poetry Review, edited by C.J. Sage, issue 2 (spring/summer, issue 5 (fall/winter 2005)

Quarry, poems by Joanna Rawson (Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1997)

Quarry West 33, In Celebration of the Muse 15th Anniversary Anthology, ed. by Amber Coverdale Sumrall and Patrice Vecchione, art edited by Mary Warshaw (1997)

Quarry West 35/36, Poets and Writers of the Monterey Bay: Anthology, ed. by Kathy Chetkovitch, Debra Spencer, Randy Splitter, Jeff Tagami, Ken Weisner (1999)

Trainsong, by Bernice Rendrick (2009 In Celebration of the Muse Chapbook Award)

Area Code 212, by Frederick Seidel (Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2002)

Earliest Worlds, poems by Eleni Sikelianos (Coffee House Press, 2001)

A Much Married Man, a novel about a poet, by Robert Sward (1993)

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