“Noor Hindi’s poetry collection Dear God. Dear Bones. Dear Yellow. is a love letter to a flawed world in all its complicated splendor. The universe of this book is one of death and light, uprising and triumph, sorrow and intense joy, and our guide is a speaker who feels like a friend from the very first page. In the poem “Dabke,” “Someone says all resistance is futile. And yet / we plunge into the yellow weep— // And linger.” Hindi sends her readers to the sun and back, and we are grateful for everything witnessed on this journey.”
Minor Feelings by Cathy Park Hong. A Theory of Birds by Zaina Alsous, and Don’t Let me Be Lonely by Claudia Rankine.
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