- Rouge Pulp, by Dorothy Barresi
- The Dig and Hotel Fiesta, by Lynn Emmanuel
- The Work of a Common Woman, by Judy Grahn
- Housekeeping in a Dream, by Laura Kasischke (not pictured because I had to return it to the library before posting this)
- Misery Prefigured, by J. Allyn Rosser
Barresi was by far my favorite. I love her statement on PoetryNet (probably because it confirms so many of my own prejudices) and there's a very nice interview with her on "The Creative Community." If this interests you, you can read some of her work on West Branch and Poetry Daily.