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Teen Angst

by Sara Bynoe

Teen Angst: A Celebration of Really Bad Poetry is the first, the best, and the biggest collection of teen angst poetry ever to be published. Inspired by the popularity of her interactive website, editor Sara...


The Last Two Seconds

by Mary Jo Bang

The eagerly awaited new poetry collection by Mary Jo Bang, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award

We were told that the cloud cover was a blanket

about to settle into the shape of the present

which, if...


Best-Loved Oscar Wilde

by Emma Byrne & John Wyse Jackson

More than a selection of the writings of Ireland’s foremost cultural figure of the nineteenth century, it's a concise journey, using Oscar Wilde's own words, through the epic tale of his life and work.

Dr...


Oracle: Poems

by Cate Marvin

A witty and elegiac new collection from the author of "exhilarating, fierce [and] powerful” verse (Robert Pinsky, Washington Post). The speakers of Oracle occupy the outer-borough cityscape of New York's Staten...


Poems

by T. S. Eliot & Peter Washington

Certain of these poems first appeared in PoetryBlastOthersThe Little Review, and Art and Letters. Contents: Gerontion; Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar; Sweeney Erect; A Cooking Egg;...


Mouthful of Forevers

by Clementine von Radics

Clementine von Radics writes of love, loss, and the uncertainties and beauties of life with a ravishing poetic voice and piercing bravura that speak directly not only to the sensibility of her generation, but...


Rhyming Pirates

by Guido Quarzo & Ilaria Urbinati

Enter the magical world ofpirates an corsairs created by Guido Quarzo, the award-winning italian author of children’s books. Meet thirty-three very special pirates accompained by three rather unusual corsairs,...


The Collected Poems of Williams Carlos Williams: 1939-1962 (Vol. 2)

by William Carlos Williams & Christopher MacGowan

Considered by many to be the most characteristically American of our twentieth-century poets, William Carlos Williams "wanted to write a poem / that you would understand / ,,,But you got to try hard—." So...


Introducing George The Poet

by George the Poet

‘The title is Search Party – the idea being that we’re all out here looking for something, and my poems are my way of finding myself.’

A young black poet blending spoken word and rap; an inner city upbringing...


How We Bury Our Dead

by Jonathan Travelstead

Jonathan Travelstead's debut collection of poetry, HOW WE BURY OUR DEAD, follows a speaker who is coping with the death of his mother. He places himself in life-threatening and self-alienating situations in...


The Rhondda our Valley

by Brian Pattimore

My Father was a Welsh miner and worked in four mines before being disabled from the mines at the age of 19. I am writing this book in memory of my Father and all Miners. I am proud to be a miner's son in this...


Poems

by Charles Baudelaire

Modern poetry begins with Charles Baudelaire (1821-67), who employed his unequalled technical mastery to create the shadowy, desperately dramatic urban landscape -- populated by the addicted and the damned --...


The Overhaul

by Kathleen Jamie

Winner of the 2012 Costa Poetry Award, the latest collection by Kathleen Jamie, "the leading Scottish poet of her generation" (The Sunday Times)

See when it all unravels--the entire project

reduced to threads...


Memories of Mount Qilai: The Education of a Young Poet

by Mu Yang & John Balcom

Hualien, on the Pacific coast of eastern Taiwan, and its mountains, especially Mount Qilai, were deeply inspirational for the young poet Yang Mu. A place of immense natural beauty and cultural heterogeneity,...


Pictograph: Poems

by Melissa Kwasny

“If you want the earth as it really is,” N. Scott Momaday writes, “learn it through its sacred places.” With this quote as her guiding light, Melissa Kwasny traveled to the ancient pictograph and petroglyph...


Sonata Mulattica: Poems

by Rita Dove

Detailing the volatile relationship between the black violinist George Bridgetower and Beethoven, this is a "masterful collection" (Los Angeles Times). The son of a white woman and an “African Prince,” George...


Ovid and His Love Poetry

by Rebecca Armstrong

Ovid devoted about half of his poetic career to the production of several collections of amatory verse, all composed in elegiac couplets. Indeed, his irrepressible interest in love, sex and elegiac poetry is...


Grandma's Orchard: A Harvest of Poetry

by June E. Summers

Welcome to My Orchard. For many years this eighty-some-year-old lady has found it easier to share her life interactions with words in written form, either prose or poetry. For years they have only been like...


Psychoanalysis and Aesthetics

by Charles Baudouin

Originally published in 1924, this title is substantially a continuation of Baudouin's earlier work Studies in Psychoanalysis, being an application of psychoanalysis to the theory of aesthetics, as illustrated...


One Hundred Poems of Tukaram

by Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre

Tukaram, the greatest poet from India, wrote exceptionally sublime poetry by finely blending worldly wisdom with spirituality. In this book, selected poems of Tukaram are translated into English from the original...