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Talking Crow

by Jim Clarkson & Camilla Davis

Jim Clarkson is a lucky git.

He has written poetry since he was 17 and mostly he has done this in pockets

of time in-between doing other stuff.

His is a poetry which has sprouted like a weed growing between...

The Dice Throwers

by Douglas Cole

Douglas Cole's poetry shines like flashlight across the gritty dark alleys of the American soul turning shattered glass into diamonds.

Chorale at the Crossing

by Peter Porter

When Peter Porter died in 2010 his reputation as one of the greatest Australian poets had long been settled. Chorale at the Crossing gathers together the work Porter completed after the publication of his widely-praised...

Granny Said "DON'T LIE": A Book of Poetry

by Timothy Poulsen & Laila Savolainen

You are reading the back page of Granny Said “Don’t Lie” to be enlightened of the contents before you look inside, and what’s inside is raw poetry as life’s journey unfolds, the thrill of many adventures...

You Who Cross My Path

by Erez Bitton, Tsipi Keller & Eli Hirsch

The first bilingual U.S. publication of celebrated Israeli poet Erez Bitton, often considered the founding father of Mizrahi Israeli poetry.

Cartographies of Scale (and Wing)

by Anca Vlasopolos

Anca Vlasopolos' magnificent collection of poetry is a meditation on map-making and on migration, which pays homage to two scientists, Gerardus Mercator and Nathaniel Bowditch, whose work was enormously useful...

The Revival of Life in Christ

by Helena Clark

1969. It was late afternoon one day in winter. I had fallen asleep whilst taking a bath. Suddenly I woke up as the water had gone cold. Through the window a bright light with a dove filled the bathroom with...

Portrait of a Broken Heart: The Impact of Loss

by Janet Ogilvy

The poems in this book are written in a straightforward and simple English way that anyone can understand and relate to. In some poems metaphors have been used to liken the devastation of loss to natural disasters....

The Madman: His Parables and Poems

by Kahlil Gibran

2033 Reprint of 1957 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition. "Active Listening", first developed by Rogers and Farson, is a therapeutic technique designed to promote positive change in the client. Active...

Max is Missing

by Peter Porter

Few poets now writing share Porter’s sense of the big picture, his ability to read the small event against the waxings and wanings of culture and empire.

Whether these poems look at Europe through the strata...

Collected Poems

by Carol Ann Duffy

Carol Ann Duffy has been a bold and original voice in British poetry since the publication of Standing Female Nude in 1985. Since then she has won every major poetry prize in the United Kingdom and sold over...

Coming Up Hot: Eight New Poets from the Caribbean

by Peekash Press & Kwame Dawes

The second publication of Peekash Press, committed to supporting the emergence of new Caribbean writing.

The Poetry of Yehuda Amichai

by Yehuda Amichai

The largest English-language collection to date from Israel's finest poet

Few poets have demonstrated as persuasively as Yehuda Amichai why poetry matters. One of the major poets of the twentieth century, Amichai...

The Falling Down Dance

by Chris Martin

A couple learns first how to be together, then how to anticipate a child, then how to raise him.

The Art of the Lathe

by B.H. Fairchild

"...a contemporary classic—a passionate example of the plain style, so finely crafted..." —Los Angeles Times

US: Women

by Marjorie Fletcher

"...an awkward, restless, honest presence, that won't sit down and talk, and won't go away." —Jean Valentine

The Trans-Siberian Railway

by Cornelia Veenendaal

"She should be required reading for those writers who confuse singing with the roar of whitenoise." —Barry Spacks

Forecast: Selected Early Poems (1970-1990)

by John Pass

Forecast recovers early out-of-print work by Governor General’s Award-winning poet John Pass. The poems engage potentialities—travel, an orchard he cares for, evolving relationships, house-building, becoming...

When You Pass Through Waters: Words of Hope and Healing from Your Favorite Authors

by Nicole Seitz

In response to the “thousand year flood” of 2015 in South Carolina, eighteen beloved and bestselling authors graciously contributed a water-themed story, essay, novel excerpt, or poem to this heart-warming...

A Lamp Brighter than Foxfire

by Andrew S. Nicholson

Opening the space between the ordinary and the visionary, the poems in A Lamp Brighter than Foxfire uncover an intimate relationship with the world, from Las Vegas to Italy to the American Midwest. From a lime...