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88 Angels

by Elizabeth D Wilder & Rob Henderson

88 Angels takes the reader on a journey through the author's verses of her own angels during a near fatal illness and through her recovery. With photographer Rob Henderson's accompanying images, this is a book...


The Stone Garden

by Diane Fahey

In 'The Stone Garden: poems from Clare', Diane Fahey offers a vibrant engagement with key features of County Clare's natural environment. Starting in a cottage in the north-east, with a long view of the coast,...


The Berkeley Poets Cooperative: A History of the Times

by Charles Entrekin

This is a collection of thirty-two essays, memoirs, and poems about tumultuous times. Universities were under attack and free speech was in question. The byword of the culture rang out, "Question authority."...


Leap of Faith

by Noel Stephen Evans

I decided on the title Leap of Faith after the poems had actually been written. I was searching for a suitable title - something that links the poems together, and something that gives a clear impression of...


The Happiness of this World

by Karl Kirchwey

It is this "shockability" that informs Karl Kirchwey's new work. Through four collections, he has explored the resonances between past and present, seeking a sense of home in a world of losses. Now, as the horrors...


Turtle Island

by Gary Snyder

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1975). These Pulitzer Prize-winning poems and essays by the author of No Nature range from the lucid, lyrical, and mystical to the political. All, however, share a common...


Regarding Wave: Poetry

by Gary Snyder

The title, Regarding Wave, reflects "a half-buried series of word origins dating back through the Indo-European language: intersections of energy, woman, song and 'Gone Beyond Wisdom.'""Wild nature as the ultimate...


Myths & Texts

by Gary Snyder

Gary Snyder's second collection, Myths & Texts, was originally published in 1960 by Totem Press. It is now reissued by New Directions in this completely revised format, with an introduction by the author.

The...


The Back Country

by Gary Snyder

"A reaffirmation of a back country of the spirit."-Kirkus Reviews

This collection is made up of four sections: "Far West" - poems of the Western mountain country where, as a young man, Gary Snyder worked as a...


Circus Days and Nights

by Robert Lax

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Sheepshit on the Brain

by Ken Prato

"SHEEPSHIT ON THE BRAIN" is a light-hearted volume describing the lifestyle of a sheep-shearer plying his trade on the outback shearing stations of Australia. The main theme throughout the book is the spirit...


One Hidden Stuff

by Barbara Ras

Using long-lined, imaginative leaps to connect the everyday with the miraculous, the intimate with the visionary, Barbara Ras's poems surge across the page like waves crashing on a beach. She crafts the forty-one...


In the Pines

by Alice Notley

A bold and strikingly original new work from one of America's greatest living poets

Alice Notley is considered by many to be among the most outstanding of living American poets. Notley's work has always been...


Nervous Systems

by William Stobb

Selected for the 2006 National Poetry Series by August Kleinzahler

William Stobb?s poems attend calmly to a dynamic world. Nature, family, and friends are among the shifting systems where Stobb finds poems....


The Brave Never Write Poetry

by Daniel Jones

First published in 1985, The Brave Never Write Poetry, the lone collection of poems by critic/novelist Daniel Jones (1959–1994), was a cult hit. Written in a direct, plainspoken, autobiographical and at times...


Armored Hearts: Selected & New Poems

by David Bottoms

Armored Hearts, combining new poems and a selection from previous volumes, offers the power of idiomatic narrative at its naked best. "It is refreshing to read a poet who is not obliquely vague, who tells a...


Is Music: New and Selected Poems

by John Taggart

Gathering the best work from nearly forty years of a important innovator in American poetry


The Figure in the Cave: and Other Essays

by John Montague

'That Montague is a significant poet does not need proving. These essays show that he is almost equally formidable as an autobiographer and critic.' - Robert Greacen, Irish Independent The Figure in the Cave...


Moon Is Always Female

by Marge Piercy

Her seventh and most wide ranging collection. In the 1st of 2 sections, the poems move from the amusingly elegiac to the erotic, the classical to the funny. The 2nd section is a series of 15 poems for a calendar...


The Art of Blessing the Day: Poems with a Jewish Theme

by Marge Piercy

Winner of the 2000 Paterson Poetry Prize

About Marge Piercy's collection of her old and new poems that celebrate the Jewish experience, the poet Lyn Lifshin writes: "The Art of Blessing the Day is an exquisite...