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Troilus and Cressida

by Geoffrey Chaucer

Romance and betrayal abound in this tale of the sensitive and generous warrior Troilus, who lives, and eventually dies, for Cressida, a virtuous, tender-hearted woman driven to infidelity by circumstance.


The One-Strand River: Poems, 1994-2007

by Richard Kenney

Fourteen years after his last book of poems, we have a glorious new volume from Richard Kenney, who has been hailed by The New York Review of Books as “one of the most gifted and multifaceted and original...


Bender: New and Selected Poems

by Dean Young

"Only a rare poet can make a reader simultaneously cry and laugh this way.” —Publishers Weekly


American Busboy

by Matthew Guenette

In American Busboy, a wry anti-mythology, the anti-hero busboy in an anonymous Clam Shack! tangles with the monotonous delirium of work, the indignities and poor pay of unskilled labor, the capricious deus ex...


Prop Rockery

by Emily Rosko

Art is about something the way a cat is about the house," says Allen Grossman. This is abundantly true of Emily Rosko's poems in Prop Rockery, a condition she defines with a quote from King Lear: "a looped and...


Orphan, Indiana

by David Dodd Lee

Orphan, Indiana is a collection of spontaneous outbursts framed by reticence and the guiding mania of the subconscious. Profane and poignant, accidental-seeming but soaring with satirical intent, David Dodd...


Le Spleen de Poughkeepsie

by Joshua Harmon

Winner of the 2010 Akron Poetry Prize, Le Spleen de Poughkeepsie is "a tender anti-epic, a grunge-tinged love song to America's benighted post-industrial heartland." Harmon's Poughkeepsie shimmers just beyond...


Hurricane Party

by Alison Pelegrin

Hurricane Party is an original and rewarding work, a masterful follow-up to Big Muddy River of Stars, and a livewire, compelling contribution to American poetry. No other poet sounds like Pelegrin, and that's...


Carnival

by Jason Bredle

Jason Bredle's poems approach the world like a haunted cat approaches a glacier, curious and itchy with strangeness. In Carnival, he skates paratactically between states of being: levity, heart-holes, licks...


The Sea at Truro: Poems

by Nancy Willard

From the acclaimed poet of In the Salt Marsh comes a dazzling collection about the magic hiding in the ordinary days of our past and present. Willard turns a keen eye on the natural world that witnesses these...


Probably Inevitable

Trillium Book Award for Poetry 2013

by Matthew Tierney

"Matthew Tierney writes poems like a mad boy scientist." – Eye Weekly


Sounds of a Cowhide Drum/Imisindo Yesigubhu Sesikhumba Senkomo

by Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali

Originally published in 1971 by Lionel Abrahams' Renoster Books, this book quickly became a classic of South African literature, but has been unavailable for many years. This new edition carries a simultaneous...


aka bpNichol: A Preliminary Biography

by Frank Davey

Reflecting on the career of a prominent poet, this biography focuses on Canadian wordsmith Barrie Nichol—more commonly known by his pen name, bpNichol—who was a practicing lay psychoanalyst and vice president...


Our Gleaming Bones Unrobed

by Grant Loveys

Focused thematically around discovering the figurative “bones” beneath the “skin” of a situation/relationship/moment, the poems in this collection are at once memento mori—a reminder of mortality—and...


Clear Light

by Alan Spence

Clear Light contains 150 haiku bursting with Alan Spence's characteristic verve and wit. Mythic and mesmerising, inspiring and hilarious, these poems shed clear light on the delights, hardships, breakthroughs...


Selected Poems

by Victor Hugo

This generous, varied selection of poems by one of France's best-loved and most reviled poets is presented with facing originals, detailed notes, and a lively introduction to the author's life and work.

Steven...


Wet

by Carolyn Creedon

"I'm moved by the way that Carolyn Creedon's work treats experience as sacred. She won't look away from difficult truths. She writes frankly about her own frustrations, longings, and heartbreaks, but she also...


Madame X

by William Logan

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


By Herself

by Debora Greger

An artful, compelling new collection from “a special poet in every sense” (Poetry)

The poems in Debora Greger’s new book journey from Florida to England to Venice, finding in the byways and accidents of...


Mayakovsky's Revolver: Poems

by Matthew Dickman

From a dazzling, award-winning young poet, a collection that paints life as a celebration in the dark. At the center of Mayakovsky’s Revolver is the suicide of Matthew Dickman’s older brother. “Known for...