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Guernica &Other Poems

by Carlos De Oliviera & Alexis Levitin

The writing of Carlos De Oliviera is usually considered neorealist, but this selection of poems also shows the influence of symbolism, surrealism, and cubism. These poems reflect on the nature of writing in...

Sounds of a Cowhide Drum/Imisindo Yesigubhu Sesikhumba Senkomo

by Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali

Originally published in 1971 by Lionel Abrahams' Renoster Books, this book quickly became a classic of South African literature, but has been unavailable for many years. This new edition carries a simultaneous...

Ode to the Heart Smaller Than a Pencil Eraser

by Luisa A. Igloria

When Luisa Igloria cites Epictetus—‘as soon as a thing has been seen, it is carried away, and another comes in its place'—she introduces the crowded and contradictory world her poems portray: a realm of...

Driving with the Dead: Poems

by Jane Hicks & George Ella Lyon

Appalachia is no stranger to loss. The region suffers regular ecological devastation wrought by strip mining, fracking, and deforestation as well as personal tragedy brought on by enduring poverty and drug addiction....

Residence on Earth

by Pablo Neruda & Donald D. Walsh

New Directions celebrates the Pablo Neruda Centennial. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Pablo Neruda's birth, New Directions is pleased to announce the reissue of a classic work in a timeless translation...

The Woman I Kept to Myself

by Julia Alvarez

The works of this award-winning poet and novelist are rich with the language and influences of two cultures: those of the Dominican Republic of her childhood and the America of her youth and adulthood. They...

Beautiful & Pointless: A Guide to Modern Poetry

by David Orr

For most readers, contemporary poetry is a foreign country. And because they've barely visited poetry, let alone lived there, readers struggle to enjoy the art for what it is, rather than what they imagine it...

Earth Prayers

by Elias Amidon & Elizabeth Roberts

"An exquisite and powerful harvest, this – truly a Book of Common Prayer for our planet's people in this time."

JOANNA MACY, author of 'Despair and Personal Power in the Nuclear Age'

Peace and Love

by Paul Spradley

This is an anthology of poetry copyright February 2010. It has love poetry and other kinds of poetry.

Fields For The Mind To Wander: Second Edition

by R. C. Gibbons

Fields for the Mind to Wander is a collection of poetry by R. C. Gibbons, that was written to stimulate thought about life and all of life's adventures. The poems included range from more serious and contemplative...

Here, Bullet

by Brian Turner

A first-person account of the Iraq War by a solider-poet, winner of the 2005 Beatrice Hawley Award.

Expect Delays

by Bill Berkson

From a NY School master, wide-ranging poems that eyeball mortality with rare equilibrium, appreciating life's richness and inevitable griefs.

Morning in Serra Mattu: A Nubian Ode

by Arif Gamal

A mosaic of interrelated stories exploding with personality, myth, and geohistorical weight, Morning in Serra Mattu is a profound, joyful meditation on life in modern Sudan. Arif Gamal seamlessly blends large-scale...

Speak Low

by Carl Phillips

Speak Low is the tenth book from one of America's most distinctive--and one of poetry's most essential--contemporary voices. Phillips has long been hailed for work provocative in its candor, uncompromising in...

Green-Eyed Snakes Among Us: Dealing With and Overcoming the Challenges

by Liz Enlitenz

Green-eyed snakes are manipulative, cunning, and stealth in their acts of deceit. They’re always lurking in the shadows waiting to strike. Like a chameleon, they change their demeanor so they will blend into...

Riding Westward

by Carl Phillips

The singer turning this and that way, as if watching the song itself

--the words to the song--leave him, as he

lets each go, the wind carrying most of it,

some of the words, falling, settling into

instead that larger...

The Rest of Love

by Carl Phillips

The light, for as far as

I can see, is that of any number of late

afternoons I remember still: how the light

seemed a bell; how it seemed I'd been living

insider it, waiting - I'd heard all about

that one clear...

New Selected Poems

by Les Murray

A fresh selection of the finest poems--some previously uncollected--by one of our finest English-language poets

Why write poetry? For the weird unemployment.

For the painless headaches, that must be tapped to...

Rhyming Thoughts

by Charles Fitzgerald

Inspirational Poems from my heart, to yours! Living in Harmony Why is there so much hate in the world today? Why does prejudice keep coming our way? Why can't we learn to live with each other? Why can't we become...


by John Amini

Jesse's just some kid from the Nebraskan suburbs. Just a kid who's got only two "friends," one quiet fish, a thing for lizards, and a mild excitement for Tuesday showings of Judge Judy. During Jesse's seventeenth...