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Thrown in the Throat

Benjamin Garcia

Publisher: Milkweed Editions

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Summary

Collection is a National Poetry Series winning book, selected by Kazim Ali, following the recent success of NPS titles like Jake Skeets's Eyes Bottle Dark with a Mouthful of Flowers and Jos Charles's feeld
 We expect strong blurbs from acclaimed poets Danez Smith and Joy Harjo
 Readers of Danez Smith, Eduardo Corral, and Tommy Pico will pick up this collection
 Book's focus on queerness, sex-positivity, decolonization, race, the Latinx community, and Mexican ancestry provides opportunities for wider coverage and crossover into larger markets

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