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Picture Window: Poems

by John Hollander

In this deeply philosophical and highly inventive new collection, John Hollander, the distinguished author of numerous books of poetry, offers profound yet playful meditations on the reflective mind and on the...


A Draft of Light: Poems

by John Hollander

A glorious new collection from one of our most distinguished poets.

Here are poems that explore the ways in which ordinary objects open doors to the more hidden, subconscious truths of our inner selves: a bird...


Jubilee Lines

by Carol Ann Duffy

To mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne, Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy brings together a dazzling array of contemporary poets (sixty in fact) to write about each of the of...


Masham Means Evening

by Dawson Kanina

It is six years since Canadian forces began their long struggle to hold Kandahar province. Ten years since Canada opened its embassy in Kabul and launched Operation ATHENA to establish security in the city....


Red Shoes: Poems

by Honor Moore

"Sexy, telegraphic, edgy, and rapt. . . . Exquisitely visual, cuttingly witty, Moore's poems are at once cool and searing."-Booklist


Engine Empire: Poems

by Cathy Park Hong

"A brainy, glinting triptych . . . . Novelistic, meditative, offbeat, and soulful, Cathy Park Hong's poetry is many fathoms deep." —David Mitchell Engine Empire is a trilogy of lyric and narrative poems that...


Sunken Garden Poetry: 1992-2011

by Brad Davis, Rennie McQuilkin & Lary Bloom

A poetry anthology celebrating the first 20 years of the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival


Anglo Saxon Poetry

by Saj Bradley

Anglo-saxon poetry was circulated orally in a preliterate society, and gathered at last into books over some six centuries before the Norman Conquest ended English independence. Against the odds some of these...


R. S. Thomas: Everyman's Poetry

by R S Thomas

R. S. Thomas (1913- 2000) was born in Cardiff. He studied classics, then theology and, after ordination, served six rural Welsh parishes for most of his life. His first book of poems was published in 1946. He...


Rudyard Kipling: Everyman's Poetry

by Rudyard Kipling

Includes the ever popular "If", along with the best of Kipling's powerful, fluent poetry.


The Farewell Glacier

by Nick Drake

The poems in The Farewell Glacier grew out of a journey to the High Arctic. In late 2010 Nick Drake sailed around Svalbad, an archipelago of islands 500 miles north of Norway, with Cape Farewell, the arts climate...


Collected Poems, 1953-1993

by John Updike

“The idea of verse, of poetry, has always, during forty years spent working primarily in prose, stood at my elbow, as a standing invitation to the highest kind of verbal exercise—the most satisfying, the...


Telephone Poles and Other Poems

by John Updike

WHEN, five years and five books of fiction ago, THE CARPENTERED HEN, John Updike’s first collection of verse, was published, Phyllis McGinley wrote: “I have been happily reading Mr. Updike in The New Yorker...


The Carpentered Hen

by John Updike

As a present to John Updike on his fiftieth birthday, and as a treat for his readers, his first book, a collection of light verse originally published twenty-five years ago, is brought back into print, with...


Facing Nature

by John Updike

John Updike’s fifth collection of poetry faces nature on a number of levels.  An opening section of sonnets touches upon death, aging, and, in a sequence of describing a week in Spain, insomnia and dread. ...


Tossing and Turning

by John Updike

John Updike’s first collection of verse since Midpoint takes its title from a poem about insomnia.  Throughout, this is poetry with its eyes wide open, restlessly alert for the oddities of reality and the...


Midpoint and Other Poems

by John Updike

In the boldly eclectic title poem of his collection, John Updike employs the meters of Dante, Spenser, Pope, Whitman, and Pound, as well as the pictographic tactics of concrete poetry, to take an inventory of...


Americana: and Other Poems

by John Updike

John Updike's first collection of verse since his Collected Poems, 1953-1993 brings together fifty-eight poems, three of them of considerable length. The four sections take up, in order: America, its cities...


That Said: New and Selected Poems

by Jane Shore

This collection of poems by Jane Shore, one of America's most distinguished poets, traces the development of her career—from her first two award-winning volumes to a group of new poems that display her knack...


The Great Poems of the Bible: A Reader's Companion with New Translations

by James L. Kugel

From the Psalms to the Prophets, from job to Ecclesiastes, much of the Bible is written in poetry. The poems of the Bible include some of its best known and most beloved passages: "The Lord is my shepherd,"...