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Collected Poems 2

by Rachel Beresford

Rachel Beresford once again shows her versatility as a poet with a second book of very readable poems, written with insight and illustrated by herself with delightful black and white line drawings. Each highly...


The Red-funnelled Boat

by Peter Armstrong

The Red-Funnelled Boat charts a course through richly varied territory, from theological obsession to the paranoid fantasies of the armchair footballer, the vernacular hell of mental illness and the author’s...


The Malarkey

by Helen Dunmore

The malarkey is over in the back of the car… As soon as you turn your back, time slips. The humdrum present has become the precious, irrecoverable past. The ways in which the present longs for the past, questions...


Upper Level Disturbances

by Kevin Goodan

Kevin Goodan’s poems embody a quiet, incandescent fierceness, fueled by loss, but still able to seek and find a place to dwell, despite the upper level


The Willow Grove

by Laurie Sheck

Laurie Sheck interweaves the contemporary with the mythic, creating a realm in which such things as radios, skyscrapers, expressways, and mannequins are at once familiar and strange; immediate, yet tinged with...


Black Series: Poems

by Laurie Sheck

In her remarkable Black Series, Laurie Sheck turns the ordinary world inside out and shows us its glittering seams. Her long, elegantly quizzical lines convey a haunted vision of human striving which is in part...


Captivity

by Laurie Sheck

The “exquisite and haunting” (Booklist) collection of poems built around the language and mystique of American captivity narratives in which Sheck enters the vivid life we live inside our own minds and selves,...


Bright Star

by Elido Fazi

On the heels of a renewed global interest in the figure and writing of 19th century British poet John Keats (as attested by Jane Campion’s acclaimed film by the same title), Elido Fazi’s Bright Star retraces...


An Individual History: Poems

by Michael Collier

A cycle of pathbreaking poems about the history of a family set against the backdrop of the last century. An Individual History describes the fears, anger, and guilt—personal, familial, societal, political,...


Breaking Bread

by David Nicholson

Poetry and prose are as much about observation as they are about the romance or the travails of life. In this volume, the poems range over a number of topics, mostly concerned with the human condition, the world...


Orphan Hours: Poems

by Stanley Plumly

A luminous new volume from a National Book Award finalist and recipient of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize.

Orphan Hours is a book of reconciliation, of coming to terms with time in its most personal and memorable...


Romanticism: Poems

by April Bernard

"In Romanticism, the untrammeled Romantic in us struggles for expression in Art. The winner-no question-is the reader."—New Haven ReviewRomanticism explores and challenges the central ideas of high Romanticism:...


Robert Burns: The Lassies

by George Scott Scott Wilkie

During his short life Burns wrote a great deal of poetry to or about women. Some were written as love poems or songs, intended to sway the heart of whoever had caught his eye, others in honour of a more casual...


Valence: Considering War through Poetry and Theory

by Susan Hawthorne

Valence in chemistry, the number of bonds in an element’s atom in linguistics, the number of arguments controlled by a verbal predicate in psychology, the emotional charge something has In this remarkable...


Banjo

by Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch

While Banjo opens with a clutch of fine lyrics, elegies and set-pieces, at the heart of Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch’s new book is a remarkable tale of darkness and light, music and silence. Celebrating the centenary...


Clueless Dogs

by Rhian Edwards

Brave and beautiful, this remarkable debut collection of poetry features the edgy, modern voice of an urban female. From poems of a fraught childhood in Bridgend, south Wales—where a sensitive child escapes...


Winning Words: Inspiring Poems for Everyday Life

by William Sieghart

Faster, higher, stronger: winning words are those that inspire you on to Olympian goals. From falling in love to overcoming adversity, celebrating a new born or learning to live with dignity: here is a book...


The Shout

by Simon Armitage

Now in paperback, the powerful selected work of Simon Armitage, the most distinctive poetic voice of contemporary Britain.

Simon Armitage is arguably the leading British poet of the past twenty years. His knowledge...


A Touch of Joy Dicarta

by Helen Steiner Rice

Uplift your spirit with this new gift book overflowing with inspiring verse—all penned by America’s best-loved poet, Helen Steiner Rice.


The Nine-Eyed Agate: Poems and Stories

by Jangbu & Heather Stoddard

The Nine-Eyed Agate is an overview of poetry and prose written between 1984 and 2002 by one of Tibet's most well known contemporary authors and intellectuals, Jangbu. Illustrated by his original sketches and...