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Robinson: Poems

by Edwin Arlington Robinson & Scott Donaldson

Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869-1935) a three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, was the first of the great American modernist poets."No poet ever understood loneliness and separateness better than Robinson,"...


Whitman: Poems

by Walt Whitman

The Everyman's Library Pocket Poets hardcover series is popular for its compact size and reasonable price which does not compromise content. Poems: Whitman contains forty-two of the American master's poems,...


Wife of the House

by Gudrun Mouw

Award-winning poet Gudrun Mouw fearlessly exposes the raw underbelly of modern dysfunctional marriage through her frank and elegant exploration of her own 21-year transformation. From early disenchantment, through...


Elder

by David Constantine

Like the work of the European poets who have nourished him, David Constantine’s poetry is informed by a profoundly humane vision of the world. Many of the poems in his latest collection spring from particular...


Travel Light Travel Dark

by John Agard

John Agard has been broadening the canvas of British poetry for the past 35 years with his mischievous, satirical fables which overturn all our expectations. And he has just received the Queen’s Gold Medal...


Ten: new poets

by Bernardine Evaristo & Daljit Nagra

This groundbreaking anthology of ten new poets truly reflects the multicultural make-up of contemporary Britain. At a time when less than 1% of all poetry books published in the UK are by black or Asian poets,...


Dark Archive

by Laura Mullen

Dark archive: The purpose of a dark archive is to function as a repository for information that can be used as a failsafe during disaster recovery.

Laura Mullen's fourth collection is a sequence of beautifully...


Poetry, Politics and Culture: Essays on Indian Texts and Contexts

by Akshaya Kumar

This book maps the journey of the Indian poetic imagination-in Hindi, Panjabi and Indian English-from its original quasi-spiritual longings to its activist interventions in the public domain. As Indian poetry...


Word Warriors: 35 Women Leaders in the Spoken Word Revolution

by Alix Olson & Eve Ensler

Female spoken word artists have become the spokeswomen for a new generation. This demanding oral poetry of the early 21st century has defined a vanguard of lithely muscled voices; women who think and act decisively...


Letter Composed During a Lull in the Fighting: Poems

by Kevin Powers

The award-winning author of The Yellow Birdsreturns with an extraordinary debut poetry collection.

National Book Award finalist, Iraq war veteran, novelist and poet Kevin Powers creates a deeply affecting portrait...


Plundered Hearts: New and Selected Poems

by J.D. Mcclatchy

At last, a definitive selection of the elegant work by a poet at the forefront of American poetry for more than three decades.

With his first several books, J. D. McClatchy established himself as a poet of urbanity,...


The Essential Hits of Shorty Bon Bon

by Willie Perdomo

New work from a poet of "lyrical intelligence, ferocious wit, and searching humanity" (Junot Diaz)

Through dream song and elegy, alternate takes and tempos, prizewinning poet Willie Perdomo's third collection...


Wayfare

by Pattiann Rogers

A lively new collection from one of America's most celebrated contemporary poets

Denise Levertov has called acclaimed poet Pattiann Rogers "a visionary of reality, perceiving the material world with such intensity...


At the Time of Partition

by Moniza Alvi

This book-length poem is set at the time of the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 when thousands of people were killed in civil unrest and millions displaced, with families later split between the two...


Murmur

by Menna Elfyn, Elin ap Hywel & Joseph P. Clancy

Menna Elfyn's latest collection in Welsh and English is full of murmurings, such as the need ‘to walk the earth as if there’s a baby sleeping next door’. Murmur is a poetry of meditation, from the reverberations...


Finding a Leg to Stand On: New & Selected Poems

by Connie Bensley

Connie Bensley’s poems are sharply satirical, often poking fun at social pretence and suburban pretension. They present a comedy of manners in which mismatched characters are bounced between love, death and...


Nine Fathom Deep

by David Constantine

Like the work of the European poets who have nourished him, David Constantine’s poetry is informed by a profoundly humane vision of the world. In his title-poem – which illuminates the themes of the whole...


Dragon Talk

by Fleur Adcock

After the appearance of Fleur Adcock's Poems 1960-2000 she wrote no more poems for several years. This cessation coincided with – but was not entirely caused by – her giving up smoking. When poetry returned...


Glass Wings

by Fleur Adcock

Fleur Adcock’s title refers to the transparent, glittering wings of some of the species – bees, mosquitoes, dragonflies – celebrated or lamented in a sequence of poems on encounters with arthropods, from...


Roget's Illusion

by Linda Bierds

"Her poems, with their constantly surprising delicacy and their language rich with insight and a sensuous music, radiate real power and authority and animal presence." -W. S. Merwin (U.S. Poet Laureate, 2010...