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King Cat's Cafe

by Thomas Callan

The patrons who frequent a local café are observed in the poems of King Cat's Café. From a loudmouthed metaphysics professor to the beautiful cook named Julia, each is watched. Ideas of who these people really...

Possibility of Being: A Selection of Poems

by Rainer maria Rilke

Possibility of Being is a selection of poems by one of the most moving and original writers of this century, Rainer Maria Rilke (1857-l926). The title (taken from one of the Sonnets to Orpheus, ''Ibis is the...

The Captain Asks for a Show of Hands

by Nick Flynn

New poetry by the acclaimed writer Nick Flynn, author of Another Bullshit Night in Suck City and The Ticking Is the Bomb

electrocution, no--the boy stood in the hot-hot room

stammering I did stammering I did...

Blind Huber

by Nick Flynn

Award-winning poet Nick Flynn takes readers into the dangerous and irresistible center of the hive

I sit in a body & think of a body, I picture

Burnens' hands, my words

make them move. I say, plunge them into the...

benediction for a black swan: poems

by Mimi Zollars

A lush, provocative collection of poems about childhood, children, marriage, divorce, alcoholism, and the sensual world.

Nobody, Son of Nobody: Poems pf Shaikh Abu-Saeed Abil-Kheir

by Vraje Abramian

Readers who swoon within the love-intoxicated poetry of Rumi must read the poetry of Shaikh Abil-Kheir. This renowned but little-known Sufi mystic of the 10th century preceded Rumi by over two hundred years...

The Black Unicorn: Poems

by Audre Lorde

The Black Unicorn is a collection of poems by a woman who, Adrienne Rich writes, "for the complexity of her vision, for her moral courage and the catalytic passion of her language, has already become, for many,...


by Ben Ladouceur

From the trenches of Verdun to gay bars to Parisian hotel rooms, Otter shares spaces with men.

Dawn of the Algorithm

by Yann Rousselot

A collection of poetry sprinkled with striking illustrations, Dawn of the Algorithm offers a technologically slanted and playfully prophetic spin on traditional verse.


by Carol Ann Duffy

Everyman is successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. Forced to abandon the life he has built, he embarks on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defence. But...


by Hank Lazer

Days involves several conflicting impulses. Many of the poems ask to be understood by being voiced, the saying of them being a process of sorting out their multiple syntactical directions, the saying of them...

Scattered at Sea

by Amy Gerstler

A dazzling new collection from an award-winning poet

Amy Gerstler has won acclaim for sly, sophisticated, and subversive poems that find meaning in unexpected places. The title of her new collection, Scattered...

Dark Energy

by Robert Morgan

A new collection from the awardwinning poet and author of the bestselling novel Gap Creek

In the words of Poetry magazine, Robert Morgan’s poems “shine with beauty that transcends locale.” The work in his...

Count the Waves: Poems

by Sandra Beasley

In this intense, illuminating collection of poems, Sandra Beasley examines how intimacy is lost and gained during our travels. In Count the Waves, Sandra Beasley turns her eclectic imagination to the heart's...

Continuum: Poems

by Nina Cassian

"The poems in this work show Cassian to be . . . a poet who can work miracles with language."—Library Journal Spanning nearly sixty years, these poems—both new English compositions and Nina Cassian's translations...

Where Water Comes Together with Other Water: Poems

by Raymond Carver

Winner of Poetry Magazine’s Levinson Prize, an illuminating collection from the middle of his career, Raymond Carver’s poems “function as distilled, heightened versions of his stories, offering us fugitive...

Ultramarine: Poems

by Raymond Carver

One of Raymond Carver’s final collections of poetry, moving from the beauty of the natural world to thoughts of mortality and family and art. Throughout, Carver “has the astonished, chastened voice of a...

All of Us: The Collected Poems

by Raymond Carver

This prodigiously rich collection suggests that Raymond Carver was not only America’s finest writer of short fiction, but also one of its most large-hearted and affecting poets. Like Carver’s stories, the...

In a City You Will Never Visit

by Young Smith

Young Smith's book of poetry weaves two long sequences (a suicide story involving Mr. and Mrs. Morninghouse and a metaphysical meditation on light) among individual poems of beauty and variety. "That should...


by Bianca Bowers

Take a poetic sojourn on the bridge between dream and reality. In her second book of poetry, Bianca Bowers shifts between consciousness and sleep, reality and dreams, as she seeks to find passage in a restless...