#95Books: 2014 Edition

I hit, and surpassed, the #95Books challenge for the first time ever. Herewith, my list. Analysis to follow.

  1. The Dip — Seth Godin
  2. The Trauma of Everyday Life — Mark Epstein
  3. The Polymers — Adam Dickinson
  4. Twin Tongues — Claire Lacey
  5. decomp — Stephen Collis & Jordan Scott
  6. Hellgoing — Lynn Coady
  7. Glossolalia — Marita Dachsel
  8. Feeding the Hungry Heart — Geneen Roth
  9. the place of scraps — Jordan Abel
  10. The Rainbow Stage-Manchuria — Steve Noyes
  11. Multitudes — Margaret Christakos
  12. The Antidote — Oliver Burkeman
  13. Language and Death: The Place of Negativity — Giorgio Agamben
  14. children of air india: un/authorized exhibits and interjections — Renee Sarojini Saklikar
  15. Difficult Mothers — Terri Apter
  16. Nocturne: On the Life and Death of My Brother — Helen Humphreys
  17. Tuft — Kim Minkus
  18. This is Importance — Gregory Betts
  19. You Exist. Details Follow — Stuart Ross
  20. King’s(Mere) — Nathan Dueck
  21. Against Happiness — Eric G. Wilson
  22. Undark — Sandy Pool
  23. The Vestiges — Jeff Derksen
  24. Spare Parts Plus Two — Gail Scott
  25. Words the Dog Knows — J.R. Carpenter
  26. Animals Make Us Human — Temple Grandin
  27. Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl — Tiqqun
  28. alive at the center: contemporary poems from the pacific northwest (Ooligan Books)
  29. Errata 5uite — Joan Retallack
  30. The Sad Phoenician — Robert Kroetsch
  31. Metropolis 16-29 — Robert Fitterman
  32. Sixty Odd — Ursula K. LeGuinn
  33. Writing Surfaces: selected fiction of John Riddell — derek beaulieu and Lori Emerson, Eds.
  34. How does a single blade of grass thank the sun? — Doretta Lau
  35. Designated Mourner — Catherine Owen
  36. Gypsy Guitar — David McFadden
  37. Sinuous — Lydia Kwa
  38. Sestets — Charles Wright
  39. Begin With the End in Mind — Emma Healey
  40. MxT — Sina Queyras
  41. THOU — Aisha Sasha John
  42. School — Jen Currin
  43. The Monument Cycles — Mariner Janes
  44. Internodes — Ken Belford
  45. Corked — Catriona Strang
  46. From the Poplars — Cecily Nicholson
  47. Thrum — Natalie Simpson
  48. The World Afloat – MAC Farrant
  49. Meadow — Tom Raworth
  50. This Isn’t The Apocalypse We Hoped For — Al Rempel
  51. The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance — Franco “Bifo” Berardi
  52. Here in There — Angela Carr
  53. How Poetry Saved My Life — Amber Dawn
  54. Secession — Chus Pato / Insecession — Erin Moure
  55. As Water Sounds — Sunnylyn Thibodeaux
  56. abcedarium — Dennis Cooley
  57. Dirt of Ages — Gillian Wigmore
  58. Canoodlers — Andrea Bennett
  59. Backup Singers — Sommer Browning
  60. Growing Up Jung — Micah Toub
  61. bp: beginnings — bpNichol
  62. Polyamorous Love Song — Jacob Wren
  63. Moon Baboon Canoe — Gary Barwin
  64. Mercury — Ariana Reines
  65. I’m Not Scared Of You Or Anything — Jon Paul Fiorentino
  66. He’ll — Nathan Dueck
  67. Lose It Right — James Fell
  68. Parts To Whole — Adam Seelig
  69. Bad Feminist — Roxane Gay
  70. Air Carnation — Gaudalupe Muro
  71. Reality Bites Back — Jennifer Pozner
  72. North of California St. — George Stanley
  73. Body of Work: Finding the Thread that Ties Your Story Together — Pamela Slim
  74. Mercenary English — Mercedes Eng
  75. Fortified Castles — Ryan fitzpatrick
  76. Why Poetry Sucks: an anthology of humourous experimental Canadian poetry (Insomniac Press)
  77. Seva — Sharanpal Ruprai
  78. Testament — Dennis Lee
  79. Janey’s Arcadia — Rachel Zolf
  80. When Things Fall Apart — Pema Chodron
  81. can’t and won’t — Lydia Davis
  82. Cinema of the Present — Lisa Robertson
  83. Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness — Chogyam Trungpa
  84. Cat Sense — John Bradshaw
  85. Hidden City — Jeremy Stewart
  86. Men Explain Things to Me — Rebecca Solnit
  87. YAW — Dani Couture
  88. Bourbon & Eventide — Mike Spry
  89. Freak of Nurture — Kelli Dunham
  90. Afghanistan Confessions — Victor Enns
  91. Massacre Street — Paul Zits
  92. Shoplifter — Michael Cho
  93. Skein of Days — Sonja Greckol
  94. New Tab — Guillaume Morrissette
  95. A Pretty Sight — David O’Meara
  96. Humiliation — Wayne Koestenbaum
  97. Un/Inhabited — Jordan Abel
  98. The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains — Nicholas Carr
  99. Posh Lust — Louis Cabri
  100. The Outer Harbour — Wayde Compton
  101. Technocreep: the surrender of privacy and the capitalization of intimacy — Thomas P. Keenan
  102. Happy Cat, Happy You — Arden Moore
  103. One Crow Sorrow — Lisa Martin

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