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Hist Whist: And Other Poems for Children

by E. E. Cummings

Now children can claim for their very own the puddle-wonderful (mudluscious) world where buds know better than books don't grow, where little itchy mousies with scuttling eyes rustle and run and hidehidehide,...

The Desert Hat

by Ed Rosenthal

The "poet-broker" Ed Rosenthal was inspired by surviving alone in the Mojave Desert for six and a half days without food or water. The lyrical result of his ordeal, "The Desert Hat," consist of 36 poems illustrated...

Alabanza: New and Selected Poems 1982-2002

by Martín| Espada

"An astonishing collection of political poetry at its finest."—The Progressive, Favorite Books of 2004

Alabanza is a twenty-year collection charting the emergence of Martín Espada as the preeminent Latino...

Rooms Are Never Finished: Poems

by Agha Shahid Ali

"An incomparable work, an unmatched achievement."—Anthony Hecht In this stunningly inventive collection—a finalist for the 2001 National Book Award in poetry—Ali excavates the devastation wrought upon...

Call Me Ishmael Tonight: A Book of Ghazals

by Agha Shahid Ali

"Ali's ghazals are contemporary and colloquial, deceptively simple, yet still grounded in tradition....Highly recommended."—Library Journal The beloved Kashmiri-American poet Agha Shahid Ali presents his own...

Loop of Jade

by Sarah Howe


There is a Chinese proverb that says: ‘It is more profitable to raise geese than daughters.’ But geese, like daughters, know the obligation...

Kalakuta Republic

by Chris Abani

This powerful collection of poems details the harrowing experiences endured by Abani and other political prisoners at the hands of Nigeria’s military regime in the late 1980s. Abani vividly describes the characters...

Dear Neil Roberts

by Airini Beautrais

It is November 18, 1982, and Neil Ian Roberts is 22 years old. He walks up to the Police Computer Centre in Whanganui, at 12:35am. Shortly after, there was an explosion. Neil committed suicide attempting to...

Liner Notes

by Andy Mister

Andy Mister's Liner Notes is a semi-narrative prose poem, a meditation on alienation and pop culture. Beginning with the Beach Boy's unfinished masterpiece Smile, Mister describes a world populated by ghosts....

Scavenger Loop: Poems

by David Baker

From eco-poetics to the erotic, Scavenger Loop measures the dimensions of the pastoral and the elegy in contemporary lyric poetry.

In this masterful new work by “the most moving and expansive poet to come...

Black-footed Country

by Lindsay Wilson

Lindsay Wilson surprises the reader with haunting images that stick in your mind long after you put this book down. This is the poetic craft at its best. (This is an e-book addition in epub format.)

Some Churches

by Tasha Cotter

Churches are fixed structures that enable intangible beliefs. In Some Churches, Tasha Cotter gives words similar power to transform. Each poem in this collection is like a penance, a salve when "we are strangled...

Selected Poems

by W.S. Graham

When T.S. Eliot wrote of W.S. Graham's collection, The Nightfishing, that 'some of these poems - by their sustained power, their emotional depth and maturity and their superb technical skill - may well be among...

River House: Poems

by Sally Keith

These are poems of absence. Written in the wake of the loss of her mother, River House follows Sally Keith as she makes her way through the depths of grief, navigating a world newly transfigured. Incorporating...

Alone and Not Alone

by Ron Padgett

Wry, generous, lucid poems from one of contemporary poetry’s living masters.

Shame / Shame

by Devin Becker & David St. John

Set in the mundane everyday, these poems explore shame and humorously dramatize the clumsy and socially awkward moments of life.

Fanny Says

by Nickole Brown

A raucous, bawdy, and hilarious investigation of the South through the unforgettable voice of Fanny, Nickole Brown’s fierce, tough-as-rope grandmother.

Morning Reflections

by Karen Jean Matsko Hood

Morning is a time to embrace renewed opportunity, fresh perspective, and an overall sense of rejuvenation. Morning Reflections is a collection of powerful and inspirational reading that is dedicated to helping...

Favourite Poems of the Sea: Poems to Celebrate Britain's Maritime Heritage

by Howard Watson

A wonderful anthology of poetry celebrating the British coastline and life above and below the deep blue sea. Verses from our best-loved authors – such as WB Yeats, RL Stevenson and Rudyard Kipling – are accompanied...

Illuminations: Prose poems

by Arthur Rimbaud

The definitive translation of the one of the brightest geniuses of French poetry. The prose poems of the great French Symbolist, Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891), have acquired enormous prestige among readers everywhere...