For the second month in a row, over at Small Press Distribution, What Is Not Missing Is Light has made January’s bestselling list along with the good company of fellow Rescue Press comrade, Lauren Haldeman’s Calenday!
SPD Poetry Bestsellers
- The Feel Trio by Fred Moten (Letter Machine Editions)
- What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned by Sherman Alexie (Hanging Loose Press)
- Bugle by Tod Marshall (Canarium Books)
- The Volta Book of Poets by Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Editor (Sidebrow Books)
- Dear Herculine by Aaron Apps (Ahsahta Press)
- This House, My Bones by Elmaz Abinader (Aquarius Press/Willow Books)
- You Can Make Anything Sad by Spencer Madsen (Publishing Genius Press)
- Top 40 by Brandon Brown (Roof Books)
- Sorrowtoothpaste Mirrorcream by Kim Hyesoon (Action Books)
- Somebody Blew Up America and Other Poems by Amiri Baraka (House of Nehesi)
- How to Feel Confident with Your Special Talents by Carol Guess and Daniela Olszewska (Black Lawrence Press)
- Net Needle by Robert Adamson (Flood Editions)
- Calenday by Lauren Haldeman (Rescue Press)
- YOU DA ONE by Jennifer Tamayo (Coconut Books)
- What Is Not Missing Is Light by Bridgette Bates (Rescue Press)
- American Psalm, World Psalm by Nicholas Samaras (Ashland Poetry Press)
- Splash State by Todd Colby (The Song Cave)
- Ban en Banlieue by Bhanu Kapil (Nightboat Books)
- Wet Land by Lucas De Lima (Action Books)
- I Was Not Born by Julia Cohen (Noemi Press)
Thanks to everyone at Parnassus Books in Nashville for welcoming me home.
It was a wonderful night of family, friends, former teachers, and new faces. And an extra thanks to everyone for making my book a bestseller in The Tennessean.