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Pocket Posh 100 Classic Love Poems

by Jennifer Fox

"Your lips upon my lips, and your eyes upon my eyes."  —Victor Hugo

Pocket Posh® 100 Classic Love Poems will absolutely warm your heart. This pocket-sized collection is a beautiful keepsake for yourself or...


The Selvage: Poems

by Linda Gregerson

The poems in Selvage, Linda Gregerson’s first collection since her Kingsley Tufts Award winning Magnetic North, allude to Milton, to the great myths of Ariadne, Theseus, and Dido, and include a magnificent...


Taking Brooklyn Bridge

by Stuart Leonard

Marching in a protest brings a poet to life, connecting inner struggle with social struggle, Walt Whitman and redemption


Maybe the Saddest Thing

by Marcus Wicker

Winner of the 2011 National Poetry Series Prize as selected by D.A. Powell, Marcus Wicker's Maybe the Saddest Thing is a sterling collection of contemporary American poems by an exciting new and emerging voice....


Communion: In Praise of the Sacred Earth: Poems by Carolyn Brigit Flynn

by Carolyn Brigit Flynn

Communion is Carolyn Brigit Flynn’s offering of love poems to the divine, addressed in these poems as Beloved. The poems invoke the author’s movement from an urban Catholic childhood into an embodied communion...


Here Come the Moonbathers

by Patricia Young

Here Come the Moonbathers, is more dark, difficult and tragic than Patricia Young’s earlier work. The poems in this collection have wild freedom, exploring the themes of love, longing and loss with grace,...


Lost Luggage

by Salvatore Ala

Journeys and interrupted journeys are a well established theme in literature. Gustave Von Aschenback's fateful journey back to Venice and his death began with lost luggage. So also with Salvatore Ala's new collection...


Sunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman

by Goran Simic

Sunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman, the latest collection by Bosnian expat Goran Simic, is as much a departure as it is a continuance. In this book, we find the world-renowned poet visiting familiar themes in...


The Properties of Things: From: The Poems of Batholomew the Englishman

by David Solway

This collection of poems continues David Solway's exploration in the realm of fictive translation.


Straight Razor and Other Poems

by Salvatore Ala

Straight Razor and Other Poems brings together Salvatore Ala's new poems and selections from his privately published broadsides.


Meniscus

by Shane Neilson

Meniscus is Shane Neilson’s manic statement, arching backwards through his personal histories and into the current scale of illness: how it prophecizes and destroys. But this book is not solely given to a...


The Hungry Ear: Poems of Food and Drink

by Kevin Young

An incomparable resource for those experiencing grief, a volume of carefully selected and artfully arranged poetry by the very best poets writing in the English language.


These My Words

by Eunice de Souza & Melanie Silgardo

The ultimate anthology of Indian poetry from the Vedas to the present in all the major Indian languages These My Words is an anthology of magnificent breadth, ranging from Valmiki to Agha Shahid Ali, Aurobindo...


New Impressions of Africa

by Raymond Roussel & Mark Ford

Poet, novelist, playwright, and chess enthusiast, Raymond Roussel (1877-1933) was one of the French belle époque's most compelling literary figures. During his lifetime, Roussel's work was vociferously championed...


The Moment I Am Gone

by Christos Daskalakis

Forty-nine poems, small or big confessions, intimate, absolutely personal, full of light or darkness. Poetry becomes a weapon, becomes a step in finding that his voice is the deepest, most hidden thing. Travelling...


The Drowned Girl

by Eve Alexandra

Rare in any age is work which incorporates a passion for experience, a commitment to truth, an ability to plumb the irrational, and a fluency in poetic language and music which can work through all these tangled...


A Thousand Mornings

by Mary Oliver

The New York Times-bestselling collection of poems from celebrated poet Mary Oliver

In A Thousand Mornings, Mary Oliver returns to the imagery that has come to define her life's work, transporting us to the...


The Politics of Knives

by Jonathan Ball

Ball's poems of menace and horror promise to make him the Stephen King of verse.


Little Black Daydream

by Steve Kistulentz

Steve Kistulentz's second book of poems, Little Black Daydream, is a chronicle of post-capitalist America. With a precise ear for the American patois, it addresses the uncertainty of the future at the exact...


iF: A Treasury of Poems for Almost Every Possibility

by Allie Esiri & Rachel Kelly

If you need cheering up... If you need guidance... If you want to laugh... If you need courage... Sometimes only a poem will do. In this magical new collection of our best-loved poems, selected and introduced...