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by Leigh Kotsilidis

Poetry and science: twin arts separated at birth? Leigh Kotsilidis's debut puts the scientific method's feet to the fire.

Star over Bethlehem: Poems and Holiday Stories

by Agatha Christie

A retelling of the Christmas Story in a way you’ve never heard it before. . . . The fable of a donkey who carries a mother and child safely to Egypt. . . . The tale of a widow who dislikes people until she...

House Inspections

by Carsten Nielsen & David Keplinger

The Paris Review has published a dozen poems from this leading Danish poet's surreal, harrowing prose poetry collection.

Like the Singing Coming off the Drums: Love Poems

by Sonia Sanchez

Like the Singing Coming off the Drums is a dazzling exploration of the intimate and public landscapes of passion from one of our master poets. In haiku, tanka, and sensual blues, Sonia Sanchez writes of the...

In the Salt Marsh

by Nancy Willard

In this strong, appealing collection, Nancy Willard shares her passion for observing the mysteries of the natural world, particularly the flora and fauna of Cape Cod and the Hudson Valley, where many of these...

Poems 4 A.M.

by Susan Minot

In these poems, we come to know a different side of the acclaimed novelist Susan Minot. We find her awake in the middle of the night, contemplating love and heartbreak in all their exhilarating and anguished...

Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability

by Sheila Black, Jennifer Bartlett & Michael Northen

A ground-breaking anthology that will bring fresh understanding to the American experience of poetry, beauty, the body, and disability.

Li'l Bastard

by David McGimpsey

Pop culture sonnets as a midlife-crisis confessional. Li'l Bastard covers the three poetic Bs: baseball, beer, and Barnaby Jones.

Door in the Mountain: New and Collected Poems, 1965-2003

National Book Award for Poetry 2005

by Jean Valentine

The collected works of one of America’s most innovative poets.

Songs and Stories of the Ghouls

by Alice Notley

An epic poem of genocide, designed to create power for the dead

Four Elements

by John O'Donohue

From the beloved author of the bestselling To Bless the Space Between Us and Anam Cara comes a new work that shares his insights on nature and the ancient wisdom of this earth.

John O'Donohue won hundreds of...

The City, Our City

by Wayne Miller

A William Carlos William Award Finalist for 2012

A Kansas City Star Top Book of 2012

A Library Journal Top Winter Poetry Pick

A series of semi-mythologized, symbolic narratives interspersed with dramatic monologues,...

Phenomenal Woman: Four Poems Celebrating Women

by Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou, the bestselling author of On the Pulse of Morning, Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now, and other lavishly praised works, is considered one of America's finest poets. Here, four of her most...

The Blue Tower

by Tomaz Salamun & Michael Biggins

A new collection by the internationally acclaimed Slovenian poet


by Aaron Shurin

In Citizen Aaron Shurin has collected sixty-eight vibrant new poems that are by turns romantic, visceral, edgy, and unabashedly beautiful.

My Dream Is Bigger Than I

by Akiane Kramarik

Considered by many the youngest binary child genius in recorded history, for both poetry and realist art, and an inductee into "The Kids Hall of Fame", world renowned artist and celebrated poet Akiane has been...

The Poetic Image

by C. Day Lewis

This book - a most important and original contribution to the literature of interpretative criticism -contains the Clark Lectures delivered at Cambridge University in 1946. Its theme is poetic imagery, not only...

Pegasus and Other Poems

by C. Day Lewis

A collection of poetry from Cecil Day Lewis, Poet Laureate from 1968 until his death in 1972.

Originally published in 1957, this collection shows how much his style had changed after having distanced himself...

The Outcasts

by Edith Sitwell

First published in London in 1962, this collection of Sitwell's later poetry contains "several pieces which show that the lyrical impulse of her early days was still alive to make new discoveries of great freshness...


by Edith Sitwell

First published in 1932, this is the story of eighteenth century Bath, where Beau Nash ruled as uncrowned king for so many years, the fashionable members of English society found a splendid justification for...