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The Voyageur Modern Canadian Literature 5-Book Bundle: The Silence on the Shore / Combat Journal for Place d'Armes / The Donnellys / In This Poem I Am

by James Reaney, Hugh Garner & Paul Stuewe

This special bundle of enhanced editions presents the spectrum of later twentieth century Canadian literature, from Robin Skelton's poetry to the drama of James Reaney and the groundbreaking fiction of Hugh...

Leap of Faith

by Noel Stephen Evans

I decided on the title Leap of Faith after the poems had actually been written. I was searching for a suitable title - something that links the poems together, and something that gives a clear impression of...


by Fady Joudah

Joudah, an ER physician who worked with Doctors Without Borders, is a master storyteller who refuses to dramatize or withhold

New and Selected Poems, Volume One

by Mary Oliver

When New and Selected Poems, Volume One was originally published in 1992, Mary Oliver was awarded the National Book Award. In the fourteen years since its initial appearance it has become one of the best-selling...

Even in the Dark

by Rose Lucas

Even in the Dark contains delicate poems of the lives of women and the exquisite beauty contained in the act of observation. In a collection evoking luminescent images, Lucas explores nature and beauty, love...

Six Different Windows

by Paul Hetherington

Ranging across art and poetry, the past and the present, homelands and far-off lands, Six Different Windows meditates on childhood, riffs on mythology, and draws on the familiar. Paul Hetherington's new collection...

On Poetry and Craft: Selected Prose

by Theodore Roethke & Carolyn Kizer

Roethke's prose teems with fierce intelligence and outrageous quoteable quotes.

Is Music: New and Selected Poems

by John Taggart

Gathering the best work from nearly forty years of a important innovator in American poetry

Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado

by Antonio Machado & Willis Barnstone

This sweeping assessment of Machado's work confirms his place as one of the twentieth century's great poets.

Steal Away: Selected and New Poems

by C.D. Wright

"Wright proves herself to be one of the most complex and fascinating poets writing today." -Library Journal

The Ginkgo Light

by Arthur Sze

Arthur Sze incorporates history and science, Native American and Asian perspectives, into a transformative vision.

Twigs and Knucklebones

by Sarah Lindsay

"Lindsay's poems open doors to other worlds and other ways of seeing."--New York Times

Blue Heron

by Elizabeth Robinson

The poems in Blue Heron delineate a passage through grief and change. Here, personal loss is continuous with threats to other species and landscapes. In response, Robinson has uprooted the terrain of language,...

Of Eyes and Iris

by Erika Moss Gordon

This is Erica Moss Gordon's first book of poetry and surely will not be her last. Erica Moss Gordon's poetry shines with the purity of a mountain stream, dances with sunlight, and shivers with the chill of perception....

Mandela the Spear and Other Poems

by Atukwei Okai

The strength of Mandela the Spear and other Poems lies in Okai�s burning desire to celebrate the black experience and culture, through the iconic figures who symbolize those struggles and triumphs. Thus, not...

History in Bones

by Juliana Vice

Invoking the sacred and the profane, Juliana Gray Vice speaks to the reader with a powerful voice. From spotting geese at a Krispy Kreme to an imagined meeting of Tituba and John Dee, the poetry of History in...

Sunk Like God Behind the House

by Kent Maynard

Drawing upon his experiences and knowledge as a professional anthropologist, Kent Maynard takes readers on a sensory journey through the cultures and landscapes of a fascinating and foreign world. "Park of the...


by Jeremy Martin

This is Jeremy Martin's first book of poetry and is a mind field of delight. It explodes with incendiary insight, cosmic playfulness and dizzying joy. It lifts us up on the back of a rocket and leaves in the...


by Hermann Hesse & James Wright

Few American readers seem to be aware that Hermann Hesse, author of the epic novels Steppenwolf and Siddhartha, among many others, also wrote poetry, the best of which the poet James Wright has translated and...

One Big Self

by C.D. Wright

Emerging from society's most hidden and reviled structures is a poetry of majestic, riveting intensity.