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Silent War

by Haley Morrow

These writings are from a young woman who has had to face obsticles no person should have to. She has put her feelings into her writings for people going through similar experiences. Silent War gives readers...

The World Underneath

by Richard Tayson

An intimate second book of poemsRichard Tayson's second book of poems, The World Underneath, concerns birth, motherhood, explorations of the feminine in a world scarred by war, environmental crisis, and violence....

Inscribing My Name: Selected Poems: New, Used, and Repossessed

by Herbert Woodward Martin

Selected poems from a respected African American poetVisit our Events page for details about the Kent screening of the new film Jump Back, Honey: The Poetry and Performance of Herbert Woodward Martin.Herbert...

The Poetry of Nursing: Poems and Commentaries of Leading Nurse-Poets

by Judy Schaefer

A gathering of nurse's voices"The fourteen major nurse poets here, born in different geographical locations and with different clinical backgrounds, have been poets since childhood. They all carry journals or...

How to Paint the Savior Dead

by Jason Gray

"Jason Gray's How to Paint the Savior Dead rethinks the complex traditional connections among women's bodies, spirituality, and art. Gray is not afraid of hard work, hard thought, and big vision just because...

The Dead Eat Everything

by Michael Mlekoday

"This book is a document of a particular world, real, wrenched from the poet's life, as if written with a gun to his head or a spike through his heart. Reading it is like opening a damp newspaper wrapped around...

Regaining Paradise Lost

by Thomas N. Corns

Paradise Lost is not merely the masterpiece of John Milton (1608-74) but a turning point in style and form, which had a profound influence on the poetry of the following century. Divided into two parts, this...

Victorian Women Poets: An Annotated Anthology

by Virginia Blain

There has been a huge revival of interest in Victorian women's poetry in the last ten years, and it has led to a major reconfiguration of the English poetic landscape of the nineteenth century. This title offers...

Thoughts Along The Way

by Sybil T Chapman

Sybil T. Chapman comes from a long line of painters and artists, stretching back many generations, and art in its many forms has been important to her throughout her life. In Thoughts Along the Way she expresses...

Death of a Naturalist

Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize 1968

by Seamus Heaney

Death of a Naturalist (1966) marked the auspicious debut of a universally

acclaimed master of modern literature. As a first book of poems, it is

remarkable for its accurate perceptions and rich linguistic gifts....

The Sweet Breath of Life: A Poetic Narrative of the African-American Family

by Frank Stewart, Kamoinge Workshop & Ntozake Shange

Words and images come together in this inspiring collaboration between renowned poet Ntozake Shange and Kamoinge Inc., a group of acclaimed photographers whose work documents and celebrates the African-American...

Poetry of Witness: The Tradition in English, 1500-2001

by Carolyn Forche & Duncan Wu

A groundbreaking anthology containing the work of poets who have witnessed war, imprisonment, torture, and slavery.

A companion volume to Against Forgetting, Poetry of Witness is the first anthology to reveal...

What Are We Fighting For? (Macmillan Poetry)

by Roger Stevens & Brian Moses

What Are We Fighting For? explores the concept of war in a brilliantly accessible way for younger readers. Fascinating and moving in equal measure, there are poems about incredibly brave dogs, cats and pigeons;...

Selected Poems

by Dante Gabriel Rossetti & Clive Wilmer

For critics like John Ruskin and Walter Pater, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1892) was one of the great creative figures of the day, a painter and a poet of major stature. Yeats and the young Pound regarded him...

Reasons to Leave the Slaughter

by Ben Clark

Reasons to Leave the Slaughter speaks of a rural landscape, this "farm life," will lure you in, draw you down to the pond for afternoons of fishing, picking mulberries, and climbing trees. It is also a place...

How to Seduce a White Boy in Ten Easy Steps

by Laura Yes Yes

Laura Yes Yes' sultry, wry first book, How to Seduce a White Boy in Ten Easy Steps, dazzles us with its bold exploration into the politics and metaphysics of identity. From fierce and funny sexual fantasias...

38 Bar Blues

by C.R. Avery

C.R. Avery's audaciously charismatic second book, 38 Bar Blues, is a tome of poetry loaded with bar stool musicality and brass knuckle poetry. Welcome to a clear glimpse into a motel 50 miles outside of town,...

Slow Dance with Sasquatch

by Jeremy Radin

Slow Dance with Sasquatch is an invitation into a private ballroom, a banquet hall in the middle of the woods. Here, you will sit and feast and waltz with your monsters. Here, you will harvest imagination from...

Yesterday Won't Goodbye

by Brian S. Ellis

Brian S. Ellis' second book, Yesterday Won't Goodbye, explores the author's wild origins and punk rock Americana in powerful poetic form. Brian Stephen Ellis is borne of Gelfling and gutter punk. Unwashable...

Illustrations and Ornamentation from The Faerie Queene

by Walter Crane & Carol Belanger Grafton

Over 300 neo-medieval illustrations and decorations created by famed Victorian-era artist. Full-page plates, headpieces, tailpieces, borders, vignettes, and decorative elements depict knights, maidens, dragons,...