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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...


PASSAGE

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...


The Art of Scratching

by Shazea Quiraishi

?Taking inspiration from sources including historical and medical texts, curator’s notes and the Complete Kama Sutra, Shazea Quraishi’s poems explore love and loss through a range of voices: an Iraqi mother...


New Selected Poems

by Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Michael Hamburger & David Constantine

?As well as being Germany’s most important poet, Hans Magnus Enzensberger is a provocative cultural essayist and one of Europe’s leading political thinkers. No British poet can match him in his range of...


Bringing Together: Uncollected Early Poems 1958-1989

by Maxine Kumin

"The power that Kumin draws from and brings to literature is potent and seemingly inexhaustible."—Booklist Collected here for the first time, these early poems inhabit Kumin's own "sneakstorm time," a space...


Now the Green Blade Rises: Poems

by Elizabeth Spires

"Spires is a jewel of a poet, never self-conscious or self-indulgent."—Los Angeles Times Opening with a powerful sequence of poems about her mother's death, Elizabeth Spires writes about the life-and-death...


Old Heart: Poems

by Stanley Plumly

Stanley Plumly's masterful eighth collection--wherein he confronts and celebrates mortality--was a finalist for the National Book Award in Poetry. In this collection, Stanley Plumly confronts and celebrates...


Jack and Other New Poems

by Maxine Kumin

"Measured but warm, this work draws you in; it is another success among her many titles."--Library Journal In her fifteenth collection, Maxine Kumin meditates on the social consequences of such events as the...


A Sense of the Whole: Reading Gary Snyder's Mountains and Rivers Without End

by Mark Gonnerman

In 1997, Mark Gonnerman organized a yearlong research workshop on Gary Snyder’s Mountains and Rivers Without End at the Stanford Humanities Center. Members of what came to be known among faculty, students,...


A Vision: The Revised 1937 Edition: The Collected Works of W.B. Yeats Volume XIV

by William Butler Yeats, Catherine E. Paul & Margaret Mills Harper

A new annotated edition of Yeats’s indispensable, lifelong work of philosophy—a meditation on the connections between the imagination, history, and the metaphysical—this volume reveals the poet’s greatest...


Do You Wonder?

by Sara McIntyre Bahner

Written over many years in many circumstances and locations, these poems tell the story of one family. Bahner has created poems while standing at the kitchen sink, playing with her children in her yard, or waking...


The News

by Jeffrey Brown

Emmy award-winning journalist Jeffrey Brown’s debut book of poetry illuminates the pain and intimacy behind sensational headlines.


Null Set

by Ted Mathys

Math, William Faulkner, boyhood rambles, and odd jobs converse in poems that are provocative, rhythmic, and a little sly.


XAIPE

by E. E. Cummings

XAIPE (Greek for "rejoice"), which first appeared in 1950, contains some of E. E. Cummings's finest work. Among many poems can be found "dying is fine)but Death," "so many selves(so many friends and gods," "when...


The Ecstasy of Cabeza de Vaca

by Keith Hill

In 1528, a Spanish expedition was shipwrecked in the Gulf of Mexico. Eight years later only four men remained alive. They had over­come starvation, illness, and brutal conditions as they crossed the continent...


Mud In Magic

by Beverly M. Collins

Beverly M. Collins's "Mud in Magic" is her second poetry book, filled with the wisdom of experience, Her skillful and often aphoristic or narrative poems portray a scene or a character that we could encounter...


For Whom the Troubadour Sings

by Dawud Wharnsby

A compilation of twenty years of Dawud Wharnsby's work in print for the first time!


Breezeway

by John Ashbery

With more than twenty poetry collections to his name, John Ashbery is one of our most agile, philosophically complex, and visionary poets. In Breezeway, Ashbery's powers of observation are at their most astute;...


Moonlight Leaning Against an Old Rail Fence: Approaching the Dharma as Poetry

by Paul Weiss

A rich and original collection of Dharma teachings, Moonlight Leaning Against an Old Rail Fence weaves the poetic and the expository in a series of Zen poems and commentaries that invite both direct experience...