2010's second half promises to yield even more poetry books, and books on poetry, that will surely be must-haves for many, including the new Sampson, new Heaney, new Muldoon, new Jo Shapcott, and a new Larkin Selected, from Martin Amis, as well as debuts such as by Adam O'Riordan, and new books from Gillis, Michael Harris, a British Selected for Robert Bringhurst, Bergvall's New and Selected Texts, and more. The more would include the Best American, and Best Canadian, anthologies, and the Forward 2011 book. Gosh. Not to mention the Modern Canadian Poets: An Anthology. Meanwhile, this interview with WS Merwin from PBS was lovely.