Double Review: Carolyn Forché’s What You Have Heard Is True & In the Lateness of the World
Henri Cole’s Blizzard
Jill Bialosky’s Asylum
Martha Serpas’s Double Effect
Marianna Ritchey’s Composing Capital: Classical Music in the Neoliberal Era
Wade Stevenson’s Going Head to Head
Paige Lewis’s Space Struck
Marylyn Tan’s Gaze Back
Nick Flynn’s This Is the Night Our House Will Catch Fire
John Murillo’s Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry
Rachel Eliza Griffiths’s Seeing the Body
Robert Hass’s Summer Snow: New Poems
Major Jackson’s The Absurd Man
Carl Phillips’s Pale Colors in a Tall Field
Katherine Franke’s Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Abolition
Peter Jan Honigsberg’s A Place Outside the Law: Forgotten Voices from Guantánamo
Retrospective Review: Nick Flynn’s Some Ether
Sharon Olds’s Arias
Mehnaaz Momen’s Political Satire, Postmodern Reality, and the Trump Presidency: Who Are We Laughing At?
Anis Shivani’s Logography: A Poetry Omnibus 
Ed Bok Lee’s Mitochondrial Night
H. Jon Benjamin’s Failure is an Option: An Attempted Memoir
jayy dodd’s The Black Condition Ft. Narcissus
Claudia Rankine’s The White Card: A Play
Abigail Chabitnoy’s How to Dress a Fish
Adam Zagajewski’s Asymmetry
Anis Shivani’s The Moon Blooms in Occupied Hours
A Conversation on Poetics in Terrance’s Hayes’s To Float in the Space Between and American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin
Brenda Hillman’s Extra Hidden Life, among the Days
Maurice Manning’s One Man’s Dark
Major Jackson’s Roll Deep