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All That Lies Between Us

by Maria Mazziotti Gillan

Constructed in the form of a memoir, these poems take on an emotional tone as the author details the story of her life. The collection is populated by her memories of childhood, courtships and marriage, family...

We, The Women

by Merle Nudelman

Merle Nudelman plumbs the nuances and vagaries which define our relationships and the shifting moments of lover, abuser, victim, and healer. The imagery in We, the Women is at once startling and evocative. Poems...

Selected Poems - Laurence Hutchman

by Laurence Hutchman

"Laurence Hutchman's poetry is a witness to the world around him, to the patterns of families, nations, and landscape. He hears Mozart in the supermarket, and Nelligan breaking into song. While there's a refreshingly...

What My Arms Can Carry

by Gianna Patriarca

What My Arms Can Carry is Gianna Patriarca's fourth book of poetry. She returns to the themes she explored first in the award winning Italian Women and Other Tragedies (Guernica Editions 1994) - the dislocation...


by Brian Day

This new take on Hindu mythology includes poems inspired by South Asian stories and covers the dealings of Vishnu, human avatars Rama and Krishna, and the relationship between Rama and his wife Sita. {Guernica...

The Moon Knows No Boundary

by Mary Tilberg

The poems in this collection describe the survival of love and family during times of war. Spanning early-20th-century Russia to the present day, each war and upheaval is described as both a failure of peace...

A New Geography of Time

by Robert Viscusi

In these poems, objects are occasions in outline. Dogs, cats, pianos, cappuccino, hair dye, snowshoes, parsley, and black raspberries do not simply lie there. They act upon one another and upon us. They demonstrate...


by Elana Wolff

Weaving homage and history, this collection of poetry was inspired by the life of Charlotte Saloman, the Berlin-born artist who perished at Auschwitz. Saloman was the author of Life? or Theatre? an evocative...

Borrowed Light

by Merle Nudelman

Weaving together complex layers of personal and political history, this collection of poems traces a Jewish family's path from 1930s Europe to 21st-century Canada. Recalling the delicate, enduring family bonds...

Italian Women

by Gianna Patriarca

This book is the first part of Patriarca's trilogy on Italian women.

Selected Poems - Fred Cogswell

by Fred Cogswell

The poems in this selection were written and published between 1954 and 1977, except for two poems which have never appeared in book form before. Fred Cogswell writes crystalline poems. A Cogswell poem is the...

Dead Shadows

by Daniel Sloate

Daniel Sloate (1931-2009) was a prolific poet, playwright and translator.

Rush of Wings

by Axel Soestmeyer

This is a posthumous collection of poems. Though Axel Soestmeyer did not live to see the poems into print, this edition Chr(45) faithful to his intentions Chr(45) makes public the complex expression of an emotional...

A Taste of Earth

by Daniel Sloate

The poetic vision of "A Taste of Earth, A Taste of Flame" is timeless. It is also a work rooted in the thought of our own era. Though man does not escape his predicament, our own era has perhaps made him more...


by George Whipple

Haunting and memorable, the poems in this collection exhibit a sensuous command of language. They are written in the new formalism, a refreshing change from the spate of free verse that has lately dominated...

Foreign Body

by Catherine Lalonde & Nora Alleyn

Write, whores! Write, mothers! Write, you victims of rape! Write, the pilferers and the pilfered! Let words fill up the spaces of women's ancestral silence, of women's cosmic silence. Catherine Lalonde's driven,...

For the Maintenance of Landscape

by Mia Lecomte & Johanna Bishop

Most contemporary poets wear their cultural and artistic influences on their sleeve. Picking up a book in an English language bookstore, it is easy to see where the poet is coming from, either geographically,...

The Bones of His Being

by Sue Chenette

In unflinching lyrics, Sue Chenette confronts her father's depression and death. Probing memories, fingering mementos - a square nail, a sketch on a napkin - she examines them for what they may reveal of the...

Rooms the Wind Makes

by James Deahl

The publication of Rooms The Wind Makes completes a cycle of four poetry collections, the preceding volumes being No Cold Ash, Even This Land Was Born Of Light, and When Rivers Speak. James Deahl was born in...

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...