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Gondal's Queen: A Novel in Verse

by Emily Jane Brontë & Fannie E. Ratchford

In Gondal's Queen, Fannie Elizabeth Ratchford presents a cycle of eighty-four poems by Emily Jane Brontë, for the first time arranged in logical sequence, to re-create the "novel in verse" which Emily wrote...


Observations: A Collection of Short Poems

by Colleen Adele Kelly

It is only when we step back to observe life objectively that we finally learn that each moment experienced comes with its own challenges and joys. In her third poetry collection, Colleen Adele Kelly draws upon...


I'm Gonna F B That ¿: Poetry In the Age of Digital Media

by Terri C. Driver

This book took a lifetime of experience and twenty-five years of love to create. With a very strong catalyst in the depths of a snowy Virginia Winter it took only three months to compose. The powerful emotions...


Read Me: Within My Poetic Mind

by Debi Locascio

These are poems that tell a story. Sometimes our relationships are not quite going the way we want them to, but don't know how to express ourselves exactly. Sometimes we love the wrong people, but are so in...


The Talking Horse and the Sad Girl and the Village Under the Sea: Poems

by Mark Haddon

From the phenomenally bestselling author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time comes Mark Haddon’s first collection of poems.

That Mark Haddon’s first book after The Curious Incident of the...


Echoes of Thought

by Hugh G. Potts II

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Hugh G. Potts II expresses his thought-provoking, heartfelt poetry in his first book, Echoes of Thought.

Inspired by family and friends, his words offer perceptions about the many people he has met...


What Comes Down to Us

by Jeff Worley

What Comes Down To Us features twenty-five of Kentucky's most accomplished contemporary poets. Together they serve to illustrate the diversity and richness of poetry being written today in the Commonwealth....


Petrarch the Poet (Routledge Revivals): An Introduction to the 'Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta'

by Peter Hainsworth

In this critical and historical interpretation of Petrarch's major Italian work, the collection of poems he called the Rerum vulgarium fagmenta, Peter Hainsworth presents Petrarch as a poet of outstanding sophistication...


A PLACE IN THE WORLD

by Robert Flanagan

Existentialist in approach, this collection of tightly woven, abstract poems explores ageing and what it means to not be young anymore. {Guernica Editions}


Delft Blue & Objects of The World

by Louise Warren

Archives are often depicted as musty repositories, museum cellars, warehouses shoring up retaining walls against forgetfulness and the inevitable erosions of time. Objects deposited in the archives are tucked...


NEWER LIES

by Dan Jalowica

These meticulous, skillful, and endlessly revealing poems are astounding in their restraint and delicate comprehension of the natural world. Minimal language and brief verses contribute to the precise imagery...


IN THE SILENCE ABSENCE MAKES

by Halli Villegas

In the Silence Absence Makes is a poetic mystery, a nightmare, an elegy. A lost girl and the loss of innocence, both of the child and the society she is part of. Poems like the photos on the front pages of today's...


LESSONS OF CHAOS AND DISASTER

by Catherine Black

A stunning collection of poems, these works explore moments of empathy in suffering, epiphany in ruin, and grace in surrender. In chronicling a journey from childhood grief through the dark rapture of love and...


THE BROTHER INSIDE ME

by Rachel Guido DeVries

Death and its many mysteries are explored in these autobiographical poems about the passing of the poet's beloved brother, the dementia that claimed her father, and the inevitable bodily changes that come with...


The Woman Who Drank Her Reflection

by Louise McKinney

A sense of place has always dominated Louise McKinney's writing life. This poetry collection represents the best of her poetry written from the early 1980s to now. More than depicting mere geographical adventuring,...


Fire Watcher

by Vivian Demuth

From the vast expanse of the boreal forest, Vivian Demuth shows both an exquisite eye for detail and a profound concern for the larger environmental picture. Her lively poems show that, to an engaged observer...


Where The Sun Shines Best

by Austin Clarke

Three Canadian soldiers awaiting deployment to Afghanistan beat a homeless man to death on the steps of their armoury after a night of heavy drinking. The poet, whose downtown Toronto home overlooks the armoury...


Moon on Wild Grasses

by Keith Garebian

Moon on Wild Grasses, with illustrations by the author, shows the unsuspected scope of a very concise, precise poetic form. Keith Garebian's haiku encompass a wide range of themes in a vividly elegant style...


Exile At Last: Selected Poems

by Chava Rosenfarb

When Chava Rosenfarb arrived in Montreal in February 1950, she was already a published poet with one acclaimed volume, Di balade fun nekhtikn vald (The Ballad of Yesterday? Forest) to her credit. She was also...


When The Rapture Comes

by Max Layton

In his first collection of poetry, Max Layton takes the post apocalypse to new heights. Satirical in places, full of longing and remorse in others, the poems (each beginning with "When the rapture comes ...")...