Minneapolis publisher Graywolf Press has three books on the National Book Awards long list for poetry, announced today--more than any other publisher. The short list will be announced in October, and the awards will be given in November. Here's the long list:

Daniel Borzutzky, “The Performance of Becoming Human”
Brooklyn Arts Press

Rita Dove, “Collected Poems 1974–2004”
W. W. Norton & Company

Peter Gizzi, “Archeophonics”
Wesleyan University Press

Donald Hall, “The Selected Poems of Donald Hall”
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Jay Hopler, “The Abridged History of Rainfall”

Donika Kelly, “Bestiary”
Graywolf Press

Jean Mead, “World of Made and Unmade”
Alice James Books

Solmaz Sharif, “Look”
Graywolf Press

Monica Youn, “Blackacre”
Graywolf Press

Kevin Young, “Blue Laws”
Alfred A. Knopf

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