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Best Poetry Books of 2010: Dan Chiasson

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

At The New Yorker, poet, editor, critic and professor Dan Chiasson offers his opinions on the Top 11 poetry books of the year:

1. Timothy Donnelly’s “The Cloud Corporation”
2. C.D. Wright’s “One with Others”
3. Don Paterson’s “Rain”
4. Terrance Hayes’ “Lighthead”
5. Paul Muldoon’s “Maggott”
6. Anne Carson’s “Nox”
7. Ange Mlinko’s “Shoulder Season”
8. Christian Wiman’s “Every Riven Thing”
9. Richard Wilbur’s “Anterooms: New Poems and Translations” and John Ashbery’s “Planisphere”
11. Craig Morgan Teicher’s “Cradle Book”

THE 2010 LIST OF LISTS:
Best Albums of the Year: Andy Maroney
Best Movie Titles of the Year That Sounded Like Porn, But, Alas, Were Not Porn: Movieline
Best DVDs of the Year: Rolling Stone
Best Albums of the Year: NME
Best Fiction of the Year: Salon
Best Jazz Albums of the Year: A Blog Supreme
Best Albums of the Year: Tim Livingston
Best Albums of the Year: Filter Magazine
Best Albums of the Year: Mojo Magazine

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