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The Hunting of the Snark

by Chris Riddell

They sought it with thimbles, they sought it with care;

They pursued it with forks and hope;

They threatened its life with a railway-share;

They charmed it with smiles and soap.

Lewis Carroll's magnificent nonsense...


New York, 1960

by Barry Gifford

In Gifford's signature laconic style, this collection captures the disarray of a life lived with passion and in many places.


Beechwood Review: Issue 2

by Richard J Heby

The second issue of Beechwood Review features minimalist writing and art – including haiku, flash fiction, and visual art – from 72 contributors. This issue highlights space, the gaps between milestones,...


UNDER THE UNWED MOON

by Peggy Aylsworth & Michael Ventura

The poetry of Peggy Aylsworth happens in the everyday,

in which “rent has been paid, breakfast dishes washed,” and shall she take a bath or “read the sorry news” or sit down with Wittgenstein—or is...


Briggflatts

by Basil Bunting

Basil Bunting (1900-1985) was one of the most important British poets of the 20th century. Acknowledged since the 1930s as a major figure in Modernist poetry, first by Pound and Zukofsky and later by younger...


Complete Poems

by Basil Bunting

Basil Bunting (1900-1985) was one of the most important British poets of the 20th century. Acknowledged since the 1930s as a major figure in Modernist poetry, first by Pound and Zukofsky and later by younger...


Last Sext

by Melissa Broder

In her electric fourth collection, Melissa Broder penetrates the itch of existence and explores numberless deaths: the annihilation of self, the bereavement of love, the destruction of fantasy, the transmutation,...


Flood Song

by Sherwin Bitsui

Sherwin Bitsui is a young Diné Navajo poet drawing on traditional song, storytelling, and surrealistic poetics.


A Small Story about the Sky

by Alberto Ríos

The New York Times got it right when they called Alberto Rios, thePoet Laureate of Arizona, "a poet of reverie."


An Outline Of Russian Literature

by Maurice Baring

This vintage book contains Maurice Baring's 1914 treatise, "An Outline Of Russian Literature". Maurice Baring (1874 - 1945) was an English dramatist, novelist, translator, poet, and essayist. He also worked...


Dos Viajes, Dos Motivos

by Fernando S. Gallegos-Garcia

Es una particular colección de poemas publicados por el Dr. Fernando S. Gallegos Garcia referidos en exclusividad a dos viajes que realizó durante el año 2015 en compañía de su esposa por los motivos que...


Our Thoughts Entirely

by Roger Parr

Throughout the course of my life, I have written a number of poems and was fortunate to have been left my late father's unpublished work, plus those of my past best friend. It seemed to me, therefore, that it...


Certain Magical Acts

by Alice Notley

An important new work of poetry from Alice Notley, winner of the 2015 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize

Alice Notley has become one of the most highly regarded figures in American poetry, a master of the visionary mode...


Transforming the Moment: A Meditation on God's Love and the Fullness of Life

by Margrit Dahm

Transforming the Moment is a brand new selection of poems, prayers and meditations by Margrit Dahm. Using her own experiences, combining the teachings of Jesus Christ and her own interpretations of faith, the...


No Map Could Show Them

by Helen Mort

* A Poetry Book Society Recommendation 2016*

'When we climb alone

en cordée feminine,

we are magicians of the Alps -

we make the routes we follow

disappear'

The poems of Helen Mort's second collection offer an unforgettable...


Bar Book: Poems and Otherwise

by Julie Sheehan

“Nearly knocked me off my metaphoric stool.”?—Diann Blakely, Antioch Review “When Julie Sheehan takes the lyric poem out for a few drinks, everyone winds up talking fast and loose. The lush, agreeably-out-of-style...


W.O.W. created w.o.w.

by Alma Jones

Some of the poems in this book will bring you to tears. Others will make you erupt in laughter. Whatever your reasons may be for reading my book, you will be moved and you will find yourself picking up W.O.W....


The Complete Works of Kahlil Gibran: All poems and short stories

by Kahlil Gibran & GP Editors

Kahlil Gibran is one of the most popular poets of all time. His words have the power to move emotions, inspire creativity, and transform lives. He produced some of the world’s most remarkable poems and philosophical...


Rumi's Little Book of the Heart

by Maryam Mafi & Azima Melita Kolin

In this slender volume, Rumi explores the joy of friendship and the agony of loss. These poetic meditations on the most profound of human relationships are like crystals: they sparkle with the many hues of the...


Shelter

by Carey Salerno

Heartrending, but absolutely necessary and enlightening, this lyric debut is beautiful in its courage and honesty.