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All the Gold Hurts My Mouth

by Katherine Leyton

Katherine Leyton's fresh and vibrant debut collection takes on the sexual politics of the twenty-first century, boldly holding up a mirror to the male gaze and interrogating the nature of images and illusions....


Caribou Run

by Richard Kelly Kemick

At one moment, a pure abstraction; at the next, an incontrovertible presence of hooves, antlers, and fur. The beating heart of this assured début by Richard Kelly Kemick is the Porcupine caribou herd of the...


Laina & The Vamp

by BK Smith

Laina is a dancer. Vladimir is a vampire. Boy meets girl. Boy likes girl. Boy chases girl. Boy is not available for lunches and matinees. Girl gets suspicious. Illustrated: pen and ink drawings throughout.

"What...


Royal Babylon: The case against the monarchy

by Heathcote Williams

Heathcote Williams' book-length poems have covered a number of important topics, most notably Whale Nation, a powerful argument for a worldwide ban on whaling. Royal Babylon lays out in verse form what Williams...


Patti Smith

by Claude Chastagner

"Outside. Outside of society. That’s where I want to be. If you’re looking, that’s where you’ll find me.” This is what Patti Smith sang back in 1978. Where is she in 2015? With all the fame and recognition....


A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens

Dickens classic, his "Christmas Ghost Story" is about one greedy and harsh man - Ebeneezer Scrooge - in whose eyes Christmas is nothing more but "humbug". rough the intervention of three mysterious Spirits,...


Letters of Blood and Other Works in English

by Göran Printz Påhlson & Robert Archambeau (Editor)

This collection brings together for the first time select works in English by the major Swedish modernist poet and critic Göran Printz-Påhlson. It was Printz-Påhlson who introduced poetic modernism to Scandinavia,...


Fauxccasional Poems

by Daniel Scott Tysdal

In Fauxccasional Poems, Daniel Scott Tysdal imagines himself into poetic voices not his own, writing to commemorate events that never occurred, for the posterity of alternative universes - and the delight of...


Alone after the war

by Holassey George Adandogou

I write this message to tell you about my survival after the gun violence that destroyed our peaceful life. I need to talk to somebody somewhere. I need to write the pain I feel, and relieve my soul to stay...


Twoism

by Ali Blythe

Part roving eye, part devotion, you wander hotel corridors, entering rooms not quite yours, trying on clothes, blankets, skins. Arguing with the body's limits and its trickery, you are always in disguise. Sometimes...


The Death of the Goddess

by Pastrick Colm Hogan

THE DEATH OF THE GODDESS is an epic, narrative poem that is a moving account of affection, personal loss, and grief. Inspired by Buddhism, Indic thought and Hogan’s reading of the Bhagavad Gita, the central...


Hey Yo! Yo Soy! 40 Years of Nuyorican Street Poetry, A Bilingual Edition

by Jesús Papoleto Meléndez

HEY YO! YO SOY! 40 YEARS OF NUYORICAN STREET POETRY, A BILINGUAL EDITION is a 386-page collection, comprised of three previously published books, CASTING LONG SHADOWS (1970), HAVE YOU SEEN LIBERATION (1971),...


Birds on the Kiswar Tree

by Odi Gonzales & Lynn Levin

BIRDS ON THE KISWAR TREE by Peruvian Andean poet Odi Gonzales presents poems that sing in the voices of native birds and speak through the devout, but subversive, Quechua artists of Peru’s colonial era. Canvas...


Incessant Beauty, A Bilingual Anthology

by Ana Rossetti & Carmen Ferradans

INCESSANT BEAUTY is a feast for the senses and the mind. Ana Rossetti (from Cádiz, Spain), who began her literary career in the late seventies soon after dictator Francisco Franco’s death in 1975, is an award...


Our Nuyorican Thing: The Birth of A Self-Made Identity

by Samuel Diaz Carrion

What is a “Nuyorican”? And what does it mean? Poet, writer and activist Samuel Diaz Carrion explores this question and more in OUR NUYORICAN THING. What started out as blog correspondence for the Nuyorican...


Imaginarium: Sightings, Galleries, Sightlines

by A. Robert Lee

IMAGINARIUM: SIGHTINGS, GALLERIES, SIGHTLINES, A. Robert Lee’s latest collection of poetry, turns on two connecting keynotes: imagination and sight. Across a broad canvas each of its sequences explores the...


Branches of the Tree of Life, The Collected Poems of Abiodun Oyewole, 1969-2013

by Abiodun Oyewole

BRANCHES OF THE TREE OF LIFE is the first comprehensive volume of poems by Last Poets’ Abiodun Oyewole, many of them never before published. Oyewole’s poems are powerful, often political, always lyrical...


Providencia

by Sean Frederick Forbes

PROVIDENCIA, Sean Frederick Forbes’s debut poetry collection, offers deeply personal lyric poetry that digs beneath the surface of family history and myth. This coming of age narrative traces the experience...


Brassbones & Rainbows, The Collected Works of Shirley Bradley LeFlore

by Shirley Bradley LeFlore

BRASSBONES & RAINBOWS is the debut poetry collection of oral poet and performance artist Shirley Bradley LeFlore who has been on the literary scene for over five decades. A literary griot, LeFlore shares the...


Last of the Po'Ricans y Otros Afro-artifacts

by Not4Prophet & Vagabond

LAST OF THE PO’RICANS Y OTROS AFRO-ARTIFACTS, the debut poetry collection of Not4Prophet, provides an incredible verbal and musical profusion of poetry that reflects the cultural landscapes of the perpetual...