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Bender: New and Selected Poems

by Dean Young

"Only a rare poet can make a reader simultaneously cry and laugh this way.” —Publishers Weekly


The Drowned Girl

by Eve Alexandra

Rare in any age is work which incorporates a passion for experience, a commitment to truth, an ability to plumb the irrational, and a fluency in poetic language and music which can work through all these tangled...


Later Poems Selected and New: 1971-2012

by Adrienne Rich

The final volume of poems assembled by America’s most powerful and distinctive poetic voice. In Later Poems: Selected and New 1971–2012, the strong trajectory of the work of one of the most important artists...


Bits and Pieces of Life

by Belinda Sue

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In this beautiful and inspiring collection of fifty poems, Belinda Sue offers a heartfelt journey into the experiences that have touched her life.

Bits and Pieces of Life carries a message of hope,...


Rudiments of Flight

by Frances Hatfield

Both revelatory and sensuous, these poems convey passion that trumps death, beauty that shines through shame, and love that is everlasting. Venturing to the edge of the known world and beyond—bearing unflinching...


Little Black Daydream

by Steve Kistulentz

Steve Kistulentz's second book of poems, Little Black Daydream, is a chronicle of post-capitalist America. With a precise ear for the American patois, it addresses the uncertainty of the future at the exact...


Mission Work: Poems

by Aaron Baker & Stanley Plumly

In this prize-winning collection, a debut poet evokes his childhood as the son of missionaries in Papua New Guinea.

Mission Work is an arresting collection of poems based on Aaron Baker’s experiences as a child...


Voyager

by Srikanth Reddy

Srikanth Reddy's second book of poetry probes this world's cosmological relation to the plurality of all possible worlds. Drawing its name from the spacecraft currently departing our solar system on an embassy...


Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005

by Robert Creeley

This definitive collection showcases thirty years of work by one of the most significant American poets of the twentieth century, bringing together verse that originally appeared in eight acclaimed books of...


Selected Poems

by A. D. Hope

This selection of A.D. Hope's poetry was published in 1992, the first in Australia since 1973. It includes pieces from all his major collections, including The Wandering Islands, first published in 1955, his...


Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works

by Lorine Niedecker & Jenny Penberthy

"The Brontës had their moors, I have my marshes," Lorine Niedecker wrote of flood-prone Black Hawk Island in Wisconsin, where she lived most of her life. Her life by water, as she called it, could not have...


Commons

by Myung Mi Kim

Myung Mi Kim's Commons weighs on the most sensitive of scales the minute grains of daily life in both peace and war, registering as very few works of literature have done our common burden of being subject to...


Robert Duncan, The Ambassador from Venus: A Biography

by Lisa Jarnot & Michael Davidson

This definitive biography gives a brilliant account of the life and art of Robert Duncan (1919-1988), one of America's great postwar poets. Lisa Jarnot takes us from Duncan's birth in Oakland, California, through...


Mayakovsky's Revolver: Poems

by Matthew Dickman

From a dazzling, award-winning young poet, a collection that paints life as a celebration in the dark. At the center of Mayakovsky’s Revolver is the suicide of Matthew Dickman’s older brother. “Known for...


Maybe the Saddest Thing

by Marcus Wicker

Winner of the 2011 National Poetry Series Prize as selected by D.A. Powell, Marcus Wicker's Maybe the Saddest Thing is a sterling collection of contemporary American poems by an exciting new and emerging voice....


American Busboy

by Matthew Guenette

In American Busboy, a wry anti-mythology, the anti-hero busboy in an anonymous Clam Shack! tangles with the monotonous delirium of work, the indignities and poor pay of unskilled labor, the capricious deus ex...


Prop Rockery

by Emily Rosko

Art is about something the way a cat is about the house," says Allen Grossman. This is abundantly true of Emily Rosko's poems in Prop Rockery, a condition she defines with a quote from King Lear: "a looped and...


Orphan, Indiana

by David Dodd Lee

Orphan, Indiana is a collection of spontaneous outbursts framed by reticence and the guiding mania of the subconscious. Profane and poignant, accidental-seeming but soaring with satirical intent, David Dodd...


Le Spleen de Poughkeepsie

by Joshua Harmon

Winner of the 2010 Akron Poetry Prize, Le Spleen de Poughkeepsie is "a tender anti-epic, a grunge-tinged love song to America's benighted post-industrial heartland." Harmon's Poughkeepsie shimmers just beyond...


Hurricane Party

by Alison Pelegrin

Hurricane Party is an original and rewarding work, a masterful follow-up to Big Muddy River of Stars, and a livewire, compelling contribution to American poetry. No other poet sounds like Pelegrin, and that's...