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Gold Cell

by Sharon Olds

A new collection by the much praised poet whose second book THE DEAD AND THE LIVING, was both the Lamont Poetry Selection for 1983 and winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award.

From the Trade Paperback...

The Dead and the Living

by Sharon Olds

The 1983 Lamont poetry selection of the Academy of American Poets.

From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Wellspring: Poems

by Sharon Olds

Sharon Olds's dazzling new collection is a sequence of poems that reaches into the very wellspring of life. The poems take us back to the womb, and from there on to childhood, to a searing sexual awakening,...

Blood, Tin, Straw: Poems

by Sharon Olds

Winner of the 2000 Paterson Poetry Prize

"She has written without embarrassment or apology, with remarkable passion and savagery and nerve, poems about family and family pathology, early erotic fascination, and...

The Unswept Room

by Sharon Olds

From Sharon Olds—a stunning new collection of poems that project a fresh spirit, a startling energy of language and counterpoint, and a moving, elegiac tone shot through with humor.

From poems that erupt out...

Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes, and the Complete Shorter Poems

by John Milton, William Kerrigan & John Rumrich

Edited by William Kerrigan, John Rumrich, and Stephen M. Fallon


Derived from the Modern Library’s esteemed The Complete Poetry and Essential Prose of John Milton, this new volume, extensively revised and...

Ikkyu: Crow with No Mouth: 15th Century Zen Master

by Stephen Berg

New edition of best-selling Asian title presents the poems of a renowned Zen master.

A Primer on Parallel Lives

by Dan Gerber

Dan Gerber's poetry is influenced by Zen attentiveness, childhood memories, and deep connections with nature.

While We've Still Got Feet

by David Budbill

"Budbill is the perfect antidote for those who find contemporary poetry distanced and obscure."--American Libraries

Charms Against Lightning

by James Arthur

James Arthur is among the most intriguing young poets writing today--a world traveler who composes poems entirely in his head

Winter's Journey

by Stephen Dobyns

Stephen Dobyns, author of the best-selling Saratoga crime series, says "I consider myself entirely a poet."

Poets of Fleet Street

by Ted Harriott & John Bull

Peer Confesses, Bishop Undresses, Torso Wrapped in Rug, Girl Guide Throttled, Baronet Bottled, J.P. Goes to Jug. Fleet Street is perhaps hardly a place you would associate with poetry, but when Ted Harriott...

All Is Flesh

by Yannick Renaud & Hugh Hazelton

The first appearance in English of this innovative and notable French Canadian poet.

When My Brother Was an Aztec

by Natalie Diaz

A fast-paced debut that draws upon reservation folklore, pop culture, fractured gospels, and her brother’s addiction to methamphetamine

Alchemical Poetry, 1575-1700: From Previously Unpublished Manuscripts

by Robert M. Schuler

Of interest to interdisciplinary historians as well as those in various other fields, this book presents the first publication of 14 poems ranging from 12 to 3,000 lines. The poems are printed in the chronological...

Somebodies and Nobodies

by Brian Turner

Honest and insightful, this memoir is a revealing picture of our recent past, of sport and poetry, the spirit of New Zealand's south and its distinctive people.This is the story of a typical Dunedin childhood,...

Letter of Abelard and Heloise

by Pierre Bayle

Peter Abélard was a medieval French scholastic philosopher, theologian, and preeminent logician. The story of his affair with and love for Heloise has become legendary.

Héloïse d'Argenteuil was a French nun,...

Self-Portrait Without a Bicycle

by Jessica Hiemstra

These poems stitch loss to memory, to colours and smells, to tastes of past and present, canvas and ink.

Child Made of Sand: Poems

by Thomas Lux

In Child Made of Sand, Kingsley Tufts–winner Thomas Lux demonstrates a restless energy to explore new territory while confirming his place in the pantheon of contemporary American poetry.

Blood of Kings

by JB Brown

A reflection on life, The Blood of Kings describes in raw emotion and evocative language all aspects of what it is to be a man, a poet, a soldier, a friend. This poetry, with a dark edge, covers the loss of...