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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.

Mars Being Red

by Marvin Bell

A moving, intensely political book from a poet whose "interrogations run deep." (Poetry)

Basho's Narrow Road: Spring and Autumn Passages

by Matsuo Basho & Hiroaki Sato

Matsuo Basho (1644-94) is considered Japan's greatest haiku poet. Narrow Road to the Interior (Oku no Hosomichi) is his masterpiece. Ostensibly a chronological account of the poet's five-month journey in 1689...

Silk Dragon: Translations from the Chinese

by Arthur Sze

An insightful, accessible anthology of some of China's greatest poets.

Ambition and Survival: Becoming a Poet

by Christian Wiman

An intimate first book of personal essays and incisive commentary from the editor of Poetry.

The Redshifting Web: New & Selected Poems

by Arthur Sze

A comprehensive collection by one of the most intensely musical and visionary poets writing today.

Cloud Tablets

by F. Daniel Rzicznek

F. Daniel Rzicznek's Cloud Tablets presents to us prose poems as they're meant to be chock full of surprising images and compelling music. Where else would we find sheep in a library and a seraphim at a nightclub...

The Memphis Sun

by Jim Murphy

This collection represents an engagement with American history, technology, and cultures. Murphy's poetry ranges from fairly straightforward narrations of events to experimental pieces using a variety of American-speaking...


by Arthur Sze

Sze's poetry is bold and versatile and brings together "disparate realms of experience." -The New Yorker

A Clown at Midnight: Poems

by Andrew Hudgins

National Book Award finalist Andrew Hudgins offers a meditation on humor, ruminating on the consolations and terrors, delights and discomforts of laughter.


by Hermann Hesse

This collection of poems, written during the same period as Steppenwolf, was first published in 1928 in a limited edition of 1,000 copies. Hesse's uneasiness about the degree of self-exposure in these quite...

Selected Poems of Ezra Pound

by Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound has been called "the inventor of modern poetry in English." The verse and criticism which he produced during the early years of the twentieth century very largely determined the directions of creative...

Blue Dusk: New & Selected Poems, 1951-2001

by Madeline DeFrees

In carefully crafted, passionate, and elliptical language, deFrees reclaims 'her inheritance of nerve and bone'Library Journal

Return to my Native Land

by Aimé Cesaire, John Berger & Anya Bostock

A work of immense cultural significance and beauty, this long poem became an anthem for the African diaspora and the birth of the Negritude movement. With unusual juxtapositions of object and metaphor, a bouquet...

The Narrow Circle

by Nathan Hoks

Selected as a winner of the National Poetry Series by Dean Young

John Ashbery called Reveilles, Nathan Hoks’s debut book, a “dazzling” collection and Hoks a poet whose “fine gradations of observation...


by Frederick Rebsamen

A verse translation of the first great narrative poem in the English language that captures the feeling and tone of the original.

Map Home

by David Havird

In the poem that opens this career-spanning odyssey, a blind weaver, who is at once a grandmotherly Penelope and a Homeric bard, “maps you home”—home finally, as the concluding poem reveals, to the Swamp...

88 Angels

by Elizabeth D Wilder & Rob Henderson

88 Angels takes the reader on a journey through the author's verses of her own angels during a near fatal illness and through her recovery. With photographer Rob Henderson's accompanying images, this is a book...

Belle Laide: Poems

by Joanne Dominique Dwyer

Highly lauded debut reads like a fourth book, with Plath/Sexton overtones. Brash, swiftly veering lines; fusion of profane and sublime.