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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,"...


Wounded in the House of a Friend

by Sonia Sanchez

Renowned African-American poet Sonia Sanchez explores the pain, self-doubt, and anger that emerge in women's lives: an unfaithful life partner, a brutal rape, the murder of a woman by her granddaughter, the...


The Reindeer Camps

by Barton Sutter

Three-time winner of the Minnesota Book Award, Sutter makes ballads, sonnets, and free verse sing with a Midwestern accent.


A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World: Poems

by Adam Clay

The distilled, haunting, and subtly complex poems in Adam Clay’s A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World often arrive at that moment when solitude slips into separation, when a person suddenly realizes he can...


The Least Important Man

by Alex Boyd

A serious-minded collection from one of Canada's foremost young poets, critics, and editors.


True Faith

by Ira Sadoff

Ira Sadoff's ninth book shows a seasoned poet at the height of his powers: class, religion, politics with sharp wit.


Litany for the City

by Ryan Teitman & Jane Hirshfield

Selected by Jane Hirshfield as Winner of the A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize.


Pitch: Poems

by Todd Boss

2012 Poetry Midwest Booksellers Choice Award winner

"[Todd Boss] can make any rhyme feel like a concealed weapon." —Sherman Alexie With poems about loss, home, marriage, and the inner music of our lives, Pitch...


Snapshots

by Patrizia Pagnoncelli

Author thinks that poetry is comunication over all.These poems are not glistering images only but they catch you.Collection title signifies that images ae solu bits.No title because reader live poems in his...


The You-Song

by Joanne Otto

"The You-Song" celebrates, in a way young children can understand, the unique and vital place each of us occupies in God's world and encourages them to fill their place in it with joy. Written by a teacher who's...


The Day the World Ends: Poems

by Ethan Coen

From one of the most inventive and celebrated filmmakers of the twentieth century, and co-creator of such classics as Fargo, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit, a collection of poems that offers humor and...


Complete Poems

by Cecil Day-Lewis

Together with Auden, Spender and MacNeice, C. Day Lewis was one of the leading young poets who in the 1930s broke away from the poetic establishment of those days. Day Lewis started writing poetry very young...


Misadventure

by Richard Meier

Misadventure won the inaugural Picador Poetry Prize, and is Richard Meier’s first collection. Misadventure is a book about what we learn, and what we refuse to learn: although Meier’s poems are often deceptively...