It’s that time of year: the round-up time of year. And of course we’re more than happy to jump on the bandwagon to round up a few of 2017’s most notable poetry collections! Below you’ll find 10 books by or selected by Leaguers as some of their favourite books read in 2017. What were your highlights from this year?

Injun by Jordan Abel, chosen by Sue Sinclair

Table Manners by Catriona Wright, chosen by Emily Skov-Neilsen

Cityscapes in Mating Season by Lise Gaston, chosen by Lorna Crozier

No TV for Woodpeckers by Gary Barwin, chosen by Ali Blythe and Phillip Crymble

Threading Light: Explorations in Loss and Poetry by Lorri Neilsen Glenn, chosen by Louise Bernice Halfe

Beautiful Children with Pet Foxes by Jennifer LoveGrove, chosen by Diane Schoemperlen

This Wound is a World by Billy-Ray Belcourt, chosen by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Admission Requirements by Phoebe Wang, in the Globe 100

Voodoo Hypothesis by Canisia Lubrin, featured on She Does the City

Waiting Room by Jennifer Zilm, featured on She Does the City