New Releases

icon Subscribe to feed


Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection




Delete Poetry


In category

Contemporary poetry (3)

Modern (<1799) (2)

Middle Age (1)

Epic poetry (1)

XXth century (<1945) (1)

Ancient History (1)



English (4824)

French (540)

German (379)

Spanish (472)

Italian (469)



All (4824)

DRM Free (159)

DRM (4656)

More options

Scriptorium: Poems

by Melissa Range

A collection of poems exploring questions of religious and linguistic authority, from medieval England to contemporary Appalachia

A National Poetry Series winner, selected and with a foreword by Tracy K. Smith...

Primitive: The Art and Life of Horace H. Pippin

by Janice N. Harrington

Biographical poems on artist Horace H. Pippin, who left an invaluable record of African American life during World War I.

The 13th Sunday after Pentecost: Poems

by Joseph Bathanti

In The 13th Sunday after Pentecost, Joseph Bathanti offers poems that delve deep into a life reimagined through a mythologized past. Moving from his childhood to the present, weaving through the Italian immigrant...

Entering History: Poems

by Mary Stewart Hammond

Lyrical narratives that chronicle a long marriage, rich with wit, dark irony, and poignancy.

In her long-awaited second volume, Mary Stewart Hammond chronicles a long marriage with sharp wit, dark irony, and...

The Witch of the Inner Wood: Collected Long Poems

by M. Travis Lane

Like the novella in fiction, the long poem is an oft-neglected form. Too long for publication in most literary journals and anthologies, too short to merit book-length publication, the long poem occupies a lonely...


by Donika Kelly

Donika Kelly's fierce debut collection, longlisted for the 2016 National Book Award and winner of the 2015 Cave Canem Poetry Prize

I thought myself lion and serpent. Thought

myself body enough for two, for we....

The Wug Test

by Jennifer Kronovet

A collection of language-driven, imaginative poetry from the winner of the 2015 National Poetry Series Open Competition.

Jennifer Kronovet’s poetry is inflected by her fraught, ecstatic relationship with language—sentences,...

From The Imaginative Intellect of Profound Consciousness: A Sardonic Citizen's 45 Questions to Appropriately Question a Pretentious Political Puppet R

by Christopher H Simmons

Explore the first piece of an anthology series where human culture and universal existence are dissected from various mindsets. Through 45 questions, A Sardonic Citizen not only questions the political system...

Where the Sky has No Stars

by Wesley Burton, "Twinkle" Marie Manning & Barb Denaro

Matrika Press is delighted and proud to honor Wesley Burton’s gift he brings to the world with his incredibly insightful poetry by publishing his first collection of poems.

Wesley’s poetry reflects his deep...

Resin: Poems

by Geri Doran

In poems of quiet force, Geri Doran maps the fragility of human connection and the irreducible fact of grief. From the communal ruptures of Chechnya and Rwanda to the personal dislocations that attend great...

The Offering

by Eleanor Kedney

A masterful poetic tapestry woven from what makes us human, an offering of hard-won wisdom that is both personal and pervasive.

The Rain in Portugal: Poems

by Billy Collins

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins comes a twelfth collection of poetry offering nearly fifty new poems that showcase the generosity, wit, and imaginative play that prompted...

Dust or Fire

by Alyda Faber

Is this life a route or a destination? Alyda Faber's assured début examines the ties that bind us to one another and to the Earth we inhabit, and asks the question, What is left of us when we are gone? In the...

There Now

by Eamon Grennan

"Few poets are as generous as Eamon Grennan in the sheer volume of delight his poems convey." --Billy Collins

. . . there goes the sudden shriek

of the blackbird . . . all alive inside the inhuman


At the Foundling Hospital

by Robert Pinsky

“Since the death of Robert Lowell in 1977, no single figure has dominated American poetry the way that Lowell, or before him Eliot, once did . . . But among the many writers who have come of age in our fin...

300 Things I Hope

by Iain Thomas, Carla Kreuser & pleasefindthis

From Iain S. Thomas, the creator of I Wrote This For You, and artist Carla Kreuser comes a collection of 300 things they truly and sincerely hope for you: from wishing you always have a pen, to hoping you're...

Too Brave to Dream: Encounters with Modern Art

by R.S. Thomas & Tony Brown

When R.S. Thomas died in 2000, two seminal studies of modern art were found on his bookshelves - Herbert Read's Art Now (1933/1948) and Surrealism (1936), edited by Read and containing essays by key figures...

The Dog of Memory

by Helen Farish

The dog of memory, an animal more often unbiddable and capricious than it is comforting and predictable, roams the landscapes of its choice: not only place, Helen Farish's native Cumberland and further afield...

Off Duty

by Katie Donovan

This powerful new collection combines Katie Donovan's unflinching insight into our human foibles with her exceptional descriptive gifts. The years of her late husband's throat cancer are charted in poems by...

The Hideous Hidden

by Sylvia Legris

From the winner of the Griffin Prize, a richly lyrical collection of poems exploring the body’s minutiae

In her first full-length collection published in the United States, Sylvia Legris probes and peels,...