A little rushed this year, but most of these I've already covered at some point. Doesn't include books I'd previously read one time or more.
1) Orhan Pamuk, Snow (2005). Blogged 12 hours ago.
2) Orhan Pamuk, The Museum Of Innocence (2009). Blogged April 24th.
3) Ken Babstock, Methodist Hatchet (2011). Reviewed earlier this year for subTerrain.
4) Carmine Starnino, Lazy Bastardism (2012). Blogged Nov 13th.
5) Leigh Kotsilidis, Hypotheticals (2011). Poems which use scientific exploration not as self-important muddle, but as genuine observation and extrapolation. They don't all work, and a few cute tricks are replayed much too often (the end-line/mid-line full rhymes), though I can overlook flat effects next to the exciting "what are we driving ourselves into" (top notch poem).