The NYT’s annual booklist is out, in case you missed it.
(BTW, Rex’s annual list of lists is also in process.)
I was going to blog about this a few days ago, but: take a look at the “fiction and poetry” section of the NYT’s 100. It contains five books of poetry:
Why are poetry and fiction grouped together? Does it skew the poems towards the novelistic?
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