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Veering between small town dangers and suburban pitfalls, Bachinsky’s punk poems eschew landscapes and lyricism and rock the coming-of-age trajectory. “The Diner of Her Heart” punches holes in the bathroom graffiti’d walls and spits up an all-day breakfast, while “B&E” deliberates the merits of a liberated AC/DC tape and stolen kisses.

by Elizabeth Bachinsky. $16.95, 78 pgs, nightwoodeditions.com

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