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Travellers

by George Mackay Brown

These unknown and sometimes unexpected poems by the Orcadian master have all his characteristic simplicity and power. In these poems readers will find new ideas previously unexplored, but they will also find...


Following A Lark

by George Mackay Brown

A country boy creeps unwillingly to school on a lark-filled summer morning. Norse crusaders, preparing to sail on Earl Rognvald's crusade in 1151 break into the burial chamber at Maeshowe seeking treasure, and...


Anglo Saxon Poetry

by Saj Bradley

Anglo-saxon poetry was circulated orally in a preliterate society, and gathered at last into books over some six centuries before the Norman Conquest ended English independence. Against the odds some of these...


R. S. Thomas: Everyman's Poetry

by R S Thomas

R. S. Thomas (1913- 2000) was born in Cardiff. He studied classics, then theology and, after ordination, served six rural Welsh parishes for most of his life. His first book of poems was published in 1946. He...


Rudyard Kipling: Everyman's Poetry

by Rudyard Kipling

Includes the ever popular "If", along with the best of Kipling's powerful, fluent poetry.


I Was the Jukebox: Poems

by Sandra Beasley

“[Beasley’s] lightness works best when it dapples her darkness—and when her darkness, as it often does, feels truly deep.”—Abigail Deutsch, Poetry The winner of the 2009 Barnard Women Poets Prize—“These...


The Lady in Kicking Horse Reservoir: Poems

by Richard Hugo

"Richard Hugo's concern is the unenviable, the unvisited, even the uninviting, which he must invest with his own deprivations, his own private war. The distinctiveness of impulse int he language, the movement...


White Center: Poems

by Richard Hugo

Richard Hugo has been described by Carolyn Kizer as "one of the most passionate, energetic, and honest poets now living." Nowhere has that passion, energy, and honesty been more evident than in ?White Center...


Isabella Valancy Crawford: We Scarcely Knew Her

by Elizabeth McNeill Galvin

Elizabeth McNeill Galvin traces the life of Isabella Valancy Crawford, considered to be Canada's first poet to use Canadian themes.


Buckskin & Broadcloth: A Celebration of E. Pauline Johnson-Tekahionwake, 1861-1913

by Sheila M.F. Johnston

An exciting volume of anecdotes, letters, and poetry, illustrated with period photographs and new illustrations.


The Self-Completing Tree

by Dorothy Livesay

This definitive collection from the Grand Dame of Canadian letters charts the fascinating domains of her own life and the universal struggles we all share.


In This Poem I Am: Selected Poetry of Robin Skelton

by Robin Skelton & Harold Rhenisch

Editor Harold Rhenisch brings together a collection that captures the grand style and thematic strength of poet Robin Skelton.


What Thou Lovest Well, Remains American: Poems

by Richard Hugo

Here is a collection of poems by a writer whom the poet Carolyn Kizer calls "one of the most passionate, energetic, and honest poets living." Hugo's most important subject is the American West. In the present...


Imaginations: Kora in Hell / Spring and All / The Descent of Winter / The Great American Novel / A Novelette & Other Prose

by William Carlos Williams & Webster Schott

Imaginations makes accessible to the broad reading public live early books by William Carlos Williams, which, except for Kora in Hell, have long been hard to find in their original and complete forms. Written...


, said the shotgun to the head.

by Saul Williams

The greatest Americans

Have not been born yet

They are waiting quietly

For their past to die

please give blood

Here is the account of a man so ravished by a kiss that it distorts his highest and lowest frequencies...


Throw Yourself into the Prairie

by Francesca Chabrier

A debut of remarkable freshness and delight, Francesca Chabrier investigates love, nostalgia, place, family, and the natural world.


Thought That Nature

by Trey Moody & Cole Swensen

Like rigorous philosophy, Trey Moody’s poems begin with immediate evidence, then move outward, examining nature, weather, history, and ghosts.


Mark Ford: Selected Poems

by Mark Ford

An exuberant, versatile, and complex debut US collection from one of the UK's most respected poets.


Selected Poems

by Hilda Doolittle & Louis L. Martz

"Like every major artist she challenges the reader's intellect and imagination."—Boston Herald Selected Poems, the first selection to encompass the rich diversity of Hilda Doolittle's poetry, is both confirmation...


alphabet

by Inger Christensen & Susanna Nied

A startling and gorgeous work by Denmark's most admired poet finally available in English translation. Awarded the American-Scandinavian PEN Translation Prize by Michael Hamburger, Susanna Nied's translation...