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In the Palm of Your Hand, Second Edition: A Poet's Portable Workshop

by Steve Kowit

*Over 90,000 copies sold*

Long an anchor text for college and junior college writing classes, this illuminating and invaluable guide has become a favorite for beginning poets and an ever-valuable reference for...


Salt

by David Harsent

Salt is a distinctive new assembly of poems by the multi-award winning David Harsent. Resting somewhere between fragment and exposition, these intense and primal pieces stretch out across the measure of the...


Miami Century Fox

by Legna Rodriguez Iglesias & Eduardo Aparicio

Legna Rodriguez Iglesias’s Miami Century Fox is a delightful, seductive read. Sonnets? Rhyme and meter? Yes, along with a delicious serving of irony and wit. This is one very smart collection of poems, a loving...


Where Now: New and Selected Poems

by Laura Kasischke

“Kasischke astonishes with her lyricism and metaphorical power.” —Publishers Weekly

“Every poem is exquisitely crafted, with crisp, clean lines and imagery that dazzles.”—The Washington Post

“For Kasischke…...


Flame in Chalice

by Nicholas Roerich

Nicholas Roerich is master of the singing word no less than of the singing form and color. His poetry is direct, simple, arrow-like. It has the same vibrant touch of the master, the same sense of mysticism and...


All's Well That Ends Well

by William Shakespeare

All's Well That Ends Well is a play by William Shakespeare. It is believed to have been written between 1604 and 1605, and was originally published in the First Folio in 1623.

Though originally the play was classified...


Gitanjali

by Rabindranath Tagore & Sbp Editors

A collection of over one hundred inspirational poems, Gitanjali covers the breadth of life's experiences, from the quite pleasure of observing children at play to man's struggle with his god.

An integration of...


Spoken Medicine

by Gabrielle Journey Jones

‘Gabe Journey Jones’s poetry uniquely combines words and rhythm into recipes for healing, conversing and connecting with ourselves and one another. Her libretti are astute, set to bars, accents, BPM (beats...


Full Disclosure

by Manohar Shetty

‘Here is a book worth celebrating: Manohar Shetty’s Full Disclosure: New and Collected Poems (1981–2017), which gathers more than thirty years of work from a major voice in world Anglophone poetry. More...


Beneath the Spanish

by Victor Hernandez Cruz

  • Victor Hernández Cruz is a major poet of the Nuyorican school and co-founded the East Harlem Gut Theatre and the Before Columbus Foundation.

  • Closely associated with both it and Second Generation New York school...

  • A Scattering and Anniversary

    by Christopher Reid

    An exploration of love and loss by the renowned Costa Award–winning poet

    You lived at such speed that the ballpoint script

    running aslant and fading

    across the faded blue

    can scarcely keep up. Many words are...


    Mitch Speed

    by Mitch Speed

    My name is Mitch Speed and I have been a Law Enforcement Officer for over fifteen years. Up until May of 2016, I was working as a Detective for the largest law enforcement agency in the nation. My duty assignment...


    Bread and Milk

    by Francis Page

    Bread and Milk is a collection of verses exploring different elements of the post-war world. The poems examine all aspects of life from work to religion, from food to pastimes. This collection offers an insight...


    The Poems of Petrarca

    by Francesco Petrarca

    Francesco Petrarca (1304–1374), commonly anglicized as Petrarch, was an Italian scholar and poet in Renaissance Italy, who was one of the earliest humanists. His creation back from his time was possible because...


    The Prisoner of Chillon

    by Lord Byron

    Narration is conducted on behalf of the eldest of six brothers - a prisoner of the Chillon Castle, a terrible prison with intolerable conditions of detention. Five of his close relatives have already died. Two...


    In a Subjunctive Mood

    by David Harris

    Quizas,’ she said. ‘Perhaps. It takes the subjunctive case.’

    A light-bulb moment – of course it does. It expresses something uncertain, imagined, unreal with words like possibly, maybe or ‘once upon...


    Edgar Allan Poe: The Complete Collection

    by Edgar Allan Poe

    This volume collects the complete works of Edgar Allan Poe.

    THE TALES

    Metzengerstein, The Duc de L’Omelette, A Tale of Jerusalem, Loss of Breath, Bon-Bon, Ms. Found in a Bottle, The Assignation, Berenice, Morella,...


    Life from A to Z: Cycles of Life

    by Gaudys Laxury

    When we hear a poem, we may recognize certain patterns of rhythmic flow—a beat or rhyme, but

    not all poems have a standard prose and not all poets are alike; a mind filled with constant words

    and images, thoughts...


    The Rhymester or; The Rules of Rhyme - A Guide to English Versification, with a Dictionary of Rhymes, and Examination of Classical Measures, and Comme

    by Tom Hood

    "The Rhymester or; The Rules of Rhyme" is a comprehensive guide to rhyming, being a dictionary of rhymes, an examination of classical measures with comments on burlesque, comic verse, and song-writing. This...


    The Kahlil Gibran Collection

    by Kahlil Gibran

    Kahlil Gibran was a Lebanese-American writer and poet. Despite being considered a political rebel, Gibran is still well read throughout the world and his works are considered inspirational. This collection includes...