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'Tis Nyte! by Elizabeth Watasin

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The Bombshell Manual of Style
Laren Stover, Ruben Toledo
The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence
Gavin de Becker
Xenolinguistics: Psychedelics, Language, and the Evolution of Consciousness
Allyson Grey, Diana Reed Slattery
In The Eye of The Beholder: A Novel of The Phantom of the Opera
Sharon E. Cathcart

Another gorgeous Dickinson book for the wish list, "The Gorgeous Nothings"

The Gorgeous Nothings: Emily Dickinson's Envelope Poems - Emily Dickinson, Susan Howe

(from NPR):


"And, if we agree with editor Marta Werner, Dickinson was playing not only with the arrangement of words in poetic lines, but the arrangement of different groups of words on different parts of these envelopes. On a folded-over lip of one envelope, she describes a "Drunken man" (who may also be dead, or almost dead), "Oblivion bending / over him," and, written slanted over the curled edge, "enfolding him / with tender / infamy." It's the medium making the metaphor here, something usually reserved for sculpture. This is poetry in 3-D."


MOre, here: http://www.npr.org/2013/11/30/247496393/emily-dickinsons-envelope-writings-gorgeous-poetry-in-3-d