DREAMS OF A ROBOT DANCING BEE BY JAMES TATE

When he turns to prose, this Pulit­zer Prize-winning poet exhibits a surprisingly uncomplicated style.

Dreams of a Robot Dancing Bee by James Tate [Wave Books, $14]

When he turns to prose, this Pulit­zer Prize-winning poet exhibits a surprisingly uncomplicated style. The reissue of his 2002 short­ story collection includes 44 oddly moving tales about vacationing spies, sour video-­store managers, and creepy gynecologists. Timothy Hodler

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