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Branches of the Tree of Life, The Collected Poems of Abiodun Oyewole, 1969-2013

by Abiodun Oyewole

BRANCHES OF THE TREE OF LIFE is the first comprehensive volume of poems by Last Poets’ Abiodun Oyewole, many of them never before published. Oyewole’s poems are powerful, often political, always lyrical...


by Sean Frederick Forbes

PROVIDENCIA, Sean Frederick Forbes’s debut poetry collection, offers deeply personal lyric poetry that digs beneath the surface of family history and myth. This coming of age narrative traces the experience...

Brassbones & Rainbows, The Collected Works of Shirley Bradley LeFlore

by Shirley Bradley LeFlore

BRASSBONES & RAINBOWS is the debut poetry collection of oral poet and performance artist Shirley Bradley LeFlore who has been on the literary scene for over five decades. A literary griot, LeFlore shares the...

Last of the Po'Ricans y Otros Afro-artifacts

by Not4Prophet & Vagabond

LAST OF THE PO’RICANS Y OTROS AFRO-ARTIFACTS, the debut poetry collection of Not4Prophet, provides an incredible verbal and musical profusion of poetry that reflects the cultural landscapes of the perpetual...

Next Door to the Dead: Poems

by Kathleen Driskell

When Kathleen Driskell tells her husband that she's gone to visit the neighbors, she means something different than most. The noted poet -- whose last book, Seed across Snow, was twice listed as a national bestseller...

Morning in the Burned House

by Margaret Atwood

These beautifully crafted poems - by turns dark, playful, intensely moving, tender, and intimate - make up Margaret Atwood's most accomplished and versatile gathering to date, “setting foot on the middle ground...

Growing Up: Crisscrossing the Line

by Omar L Rashed

What's this kid saying? This poetic memoir tells one child's story of growing up, crisscrossing the line of two worlds. Boy | Man; Genius | Insanity; Love | Hate. Giving voice to real feelings that couldn't...

Dai Greatcoat

by David Jones

Through a selection of letters to friends and literary peers, Dai Greatcoat presents a rare insight into the life of the poet and artist David Jones and in so doing offers an autobiographical portrait of the...

After Ferguson, In Solidarity

by Tessara Dudley & Mariah Leewright

Every 28 hours, a Black person in the United States is shot by police. The reality of police violence touches many Black and Brown people every day, but the community response in Ferguson marked a change. Around...

Poetically Inking: Just Me, My Pen & the Mic

by Kim B Miller

Poetically Inking: Just Me, My Pen and The Mic by Kim B Miller

This spoken word poetry book is raw truth. Kim B's poetry is her heart expressed in words:

  • opinionated
  • thought provoking
  • real

Poetry is her form...

The Dream of a Common Language: Poems 1974-1977

by Adrienne Rich

“Certain lines had become like incantations to me, words I’d chanted to myself through sorrow and confusion” —Cheryl Strayed, WildThe Dream of a Common Language explores the contours of a woman’s...

Who Are We

by William Guest

I am overwhelmed by the beauty and truth of this epic poem. Brian D. Farrell, Ph.D. Professor of Biology, Harvard University This poem, "Who Are We," carries with it a remarkably clear insight not only into...

Midnight Salvage: Poems 1995-1998

by Adrienne Rich

"An impressive new volume. . . . Rich's admirers will recognize the complex symbiosis between the activist and the maker of new language, each propelling, describing, provoking the other's words."—Publishers...

An Atlas of the Difficult World: Poems 1988-1991

by Adrienne Rich

Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. In this, her thirteenth book of verse, the author of "The Dream of a Common Language" and "Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law" writes of war, oppression, the future, death,...

Dark Fields of the Republic: Poems 1991-1995

by Adrienne Rich

"When does a life bend towards freed? grasp its direction" asks Adrienne Rich in Dark Fields of the Republic, her major new work. Her explorations go to the heart of democracy and love, and the historical and...

Of All Places

by John McAuliffe

‘Of All Places displays an ability to write public poems about Ireland using tones filled with keen wit, and using cadences, forms and rhythms that have a timeless beauty and grace.’ — Colm Tóibín, The...

Cycling with the Dragon

by Elaine Woo

Cycling with the Dragon is a personal investigation of family,love, culture, self, and the helpless feeling of "smallness." Elaine Woo's poems take the form of the words that they speak: she forms an "o" for...

Ever Truly Yours - 'Reflections On Love'

by Kate Barnwell

Ever Truly yours – ‘Reflections on Love’ is the second collection of poetry by Kate Barnwell. Kate brings a modern, original, perspective to the powerful and complex themes of Love, Romance and Romanticism....

Red Sox Rhymes

by Dick Flavin

From the voice of Fenway Park comes a collection of humorous and nostalgic poems celebrating the Boston Red Sox

A Boston institution and popular local television  personality who is also the announcer, ambassador,...

It Was Red

by Katherine Guilline

Some things simply cannot be conveyed by a detailed description, and this is where poetry comes into its own. In the verse of Katherine Guilline it is the poet's emotions and feelings that come across to the...