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Selected Poems

by Kamala Das & Devindra Kohli

A major poet in English, Kamala Das’s taboo-breaking work explores themes of love and betrayal, the corporeal and the spiritual, while celebrating female sexuality and remaining deeply rooted in the poet’s...


The Deleted World

by Tomas Transtromer & Robin Robertson

A short selection of haunting, meditative poems from the winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature

Tomas Tranströmer can be clearly recognized not just as Sweden’s most important poet, but as a writer of...


Ashes for Breakfast

by Durs Grünbein & Michael Hofmann

The first English translation of Germany's leading contemporary poet.

...what is the whole surreal jokeshop

of terrors compared to the

infinitely chance little

tricks of a poem.

--from "MonoLogical Poem #1"

Born in...


Blood Lyrics

by Katie Ford

“Katie Ford’s is a finely-wrought lyrical beauty, a poetry of detail and care, but she has set it within an epic arc.” —Poetry

I lie still, play dead, am delivered decree:

our daughter weighs seven hundred...


Second Childhood

by Fanny Howe

The new poetry collection by Fanny Howe, whose “body of work seems larger, stranger, and more permanent with each new book she publishes” (Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize citation)

People want to be poets for reasons...


Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys

National Book Critics Circle for Poetry 2012

by D. A. Powell

*Winner of the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry* I have this rearrangement to make:

symbolic death, my backward glance.

The way the past is a kind of future

leaning against the sporty hood....


Selected Poems 1988-2013

by Seamus Heaney

A new edition of the later selected work of a Nobel Prize-winning poet

Often considered to be "the greatest poet of our age" (The Guardian), Seamus Heaney was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1995 "for...


Repast

by D. A. Powell

D. A. Powell’s first three groundbreaking books

Published together for the first time, D. A. Powell’s landmark trilogy of Tea, Lunch, and Cocktails make up a three-course Divine Comedy for our day. With a...


Lord Byron's Cain: Twelve essays and a text with variants and annotations

by Truman Guy Steffan

Cain has been ranked as one of the two best dramatic poems written in England in the nineteenth century. Because of its religious heterodoxy, which veiled a political iconoclasm, and also because of Byron's...


Sign Language: A Painter's Notebook

by John S. Paul

In photos, drawings and words, Sign Language pays homage to the lost art of urban outdoor sign painting. In a working environment both novel and ambitious, author John S. Paul found success, noting, "No other...


You Must Remember This: Poems

by Michael Bazzett

A woozy logic dominates these poems: a heart can become a buzzing hive of bees, a rooster can trigger a series of bombs, a young man can embrace a city bus as his spirit animal. Yet Bazzett slices through his...


The Jackdaw in the Jacaranda

by Justin Gosling

The jackdaw in the jacaranda mused on times gone by, but could not understand the causes, nor see the reason why. Like the jackdaw, in his collection of poetry Justin Gosling muses on times gone by, tackling...


Winter Numbers: Poems

by Marilyn Hacker

Nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award. In her seventh volume Marilyn Hacker confronts life and death at the end of our genocidal century, making another extraordinary contribution to the feminist...


Collected Poems, 1919-1976

by Allen Tate & Christopher Benfey

One of the early-twentieth century Southern intellectuals and artists of the early twentieth century  known as the Agrarians, Allen Tate wrote poetry that was rooted strongly in that region's past--in the land,...


Everything Else in the World: Poems

by Stephen Dunn

“Essential to contemporary poetry collections.”—Library Journal In his fourteenth collection, Stephen Dunn, “one of our indispensable poets” (Miami Herald), continues to probe brilliantly the unsaid...


Here and Now: Poems

by Stephen Dunn

“A wonderful example of the poet’s ability to satisfy readers and anticipate their thoughts.”—Elizabeth Lund, Washington Post In his sixteenth collection, Stephen Dunn continues to bring his imagination...


poor tense: long con verse

by Greg Santos

"poor tense" is the sharp and satirical first book of poetry from artist and writer Greg Santos. In these sixteen pointed and poignant works, Santos engages even the casual reader, lacing verses rich in colloquial...


Supplice

by T. Zachary Cotler

Winner of the 2014 Colorado Prize for Poetry. Supplice is the second installment in T. Zachary Cotler’s sonnet sequence that began with Sonnets to the Humans. “Supplice,” the systematic infliction of physical...


Miracles & Extraordinary Blessings

by Lynn C Johnston

Miracles & Extraordinary Blessings is an inspirational collection of short stories and poems commemorating our gratitude for those who have blessed us in this world and answered our prayers in the next. These...


Life Could Be Verse: Reflections on Love, Loss, and What Really Matters

by Kirk Douglas

For his 98th birthday, Kirk Douglas offers us an intimate look into his life. Through a collection of poetry, prose and photographs, he pulls the curtain all the way back exposing the bombs and blockbusters...