When I'm in the bookstore considering my purchase, which poem should I read to seal the deal? “New House”, pg. 23.
Ok, I was lying in that last question. My plan was to Google the poem, then buy the book on Amazon. But I couldn't find that poem online! Got another one? "Dream of the Last Shaker", pg. 55. And also here, lazy.
Living Things by Matt Rader, Nightwood Editions, 2008
When I'm in the bookstore considering my purchase, which poem should I read to seal the deal? “Emergency Broadcast System”, pg. 49.
The Essential Don Coles by Don Coles, The Porcupine's Quill, 2009
A Short History of Forgetting by Paul Tyler, Gaspereau Press, 2010
Who’s Paul Tyler? A poet. A Canadian one. Ottawa, even (he's not messing around). A number of his poems are set in Baltimore, but that might only mean that he's been watching The Wire... The internet can't really tell you more, though you're welcome to give it a shot yourself.
Want more recommendations? Vox Populist and Lemon Hound just offered some up as well. OR YOU CAN ALWAYS THINK FOR YOURSELF.