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Diving into the Wreck: Poems 1971-1972

by Adrienne Rich

In her seventh volume of poetry, Adrienne Rich searches to reclaim—to discover—what has been forgotten, lost, or unexplored. "I came to explore the wreck. / The words are purposes. / The words are maps....


The Splendor of an Autumn Moon: The Devotional Verse of Tsongkhapa

by Je Tsongkhapa, Kilty & Gavin Kilty

“Some of the most inspiring verses ever written.”—Geshe Thupten Jinpa, PhD, founder, Institute for Tibetan ClassicsThe Tibetan saint Tsongkhapa (1357-1419), the founder of the Dalai Lama's tradition of...


The Homeric Hymns: A Verse Translation

by Thelma Sargent

Spuriously attributed to Homer, the hymns and invocations collected in this book constitute, alongside The Iliad and The Odyssey the great sources of ancient Greek poetry. Now Thelma Sargent has rendered these...


Prometheus Bound

by Aeschylus & Joel Agee

Prometheus Bound is the starkest and strangest of the classic Greek tragedies, a play in which god and man are presented as radically, irreconcilably at odds. It begins with the shock of hammer blows as the...


O'Nights

by Cecily Parks

An ode to the wild in all of us, O’Nights destabilizes identity and seeks possibilities for love that wilderness provokes.


Transmitter and Receiver

by Raoul Fernandes

Debut talent Raoul Fernandes’s first offering is Transmitter and Receiver, a masterful and carefully depicted exploration of one’s relationships with oneself, friends, memories, strangers and technology....


Hastings-Sunrise

by Bren Simmers

Hastings–Sunrise is a love letter to a fleeting place and time. Bren Simmers’s second collection captures her old East Vancouver neighbourhood in the midst of upheaval. As it is colonized by tides of matching...


Strong, My Love

by Peter Fallon

Care, company, community have been fundamental concerns of Peter Fallon’s writing in and about the world, care for people and place, for planet earth and the poetry of earth, for the values espoused in Virgil’s...


New Collected Poems

by W.S. Graham & Matthew Francis

'I first read a W. S. Graham poem in 1949. It sent a shiver down my spine. Forty-five years later nothing has changed. His song is unique and his work an inspiration.' Harold Pinter. From his first publications...


Plainwater: Essays and Poetry

by Anne Carson

The poetry and prose collected in Plainwater are a testament to the extraordinary imagination of Anne Carson, a writer described by Michael Ondaatje as "the most exciting poet writing in English today." Succinct...


The Beauty: Poems

by Jane Hirshfield

The Beauty, an incandescent new collection from one of  American poetry’s most distinctive and essential voices, opens with a series of dappled, ranging “My” poems—“My Skeleton,” “My Corkboard,”...


The Infinitesimals

by Laura Kasischke

Mythical sea beasts, loads of laundry, and high school athletics all populate the rich imagination of Laura Kasischke’s newest collection.


Whale Years

by Gregory O'Brien

For more than three years, poet and artist Gregory O’Brien followed the migratory routes of whales and seabirds across vast tracts of the South Pacific Ocean, resulting in a collection of poems that stand...


Model of a City in Civil War

by Adam Day

Poems that examine the cruelty and distance of a father, a broken marriage, and historical narratives.


Fire Season: A Memoir

by Hollye Dexter

After she loses everything in a fire, Hollye Dexter's life spirals downward-and she begins to unravel. When she finds herself at the brink of losing her husband, she is forced to dig within herself for the strength...


The Fact of a Doorframe: Poems 1950-2001

by Adrienne Rich

A reissue of the classic Adrienne Rich selection, revised and expanded to cover the entirety of her career, with a new Introduction. The Fact of a Doorframe is the ideal introduction to Rich's opus, from her...


Up, Up, and Away!: Poems from Melton Mowbray

by P. Handley

P Handley was evacuated from Portsmouth to Melton Mowbray at the beginning of the Second World War, and much of her poetry is a celebration of the town and the surrounding countryside. Her memories of Melton...


Elegy for a Broken Machine: Poems

by Patrick Phillips

The poet Patrick Phillips brings us a stunning third collection that is at its core a son’s lament for his father. This book of elegies takes us from the luminous world of childhood to the fluorescent glare...


Poetry in Medicine: An Anthology of Poems About Doctors, Patients, Illness and Healing

by Michael Salcman & Michael Collier

Infused with hope, heartbreak, and humor, this book gathers our greatest poets from antiquity to the present, prescribing new perspectives on doctors and patients, remedies and procedures, illness and recovery....


S O S: Poems 1961-2013

by Amiri Baraka & Paul Vangelisti

A New York Times Editors' Choice

Fusing the personal and the political in high-voltage verse, Amiri Baraka—"whose long illumination of the black experience in America was called incandescent in some quarters...