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Hum

by Ann Lauterbach

From Hum:

Things are incidental

Someone is weeping

I weep for the incidental

The days are beautiful

Tomorrow was yesterday

The days are beautiful

Since the mid-1970s, Ann Lauterbach has explored the ways in...


Leaves of Grass: The First (1855) Edition

by Walt Whitman & Malcolm Cowley

"I am large, I contain multitudes"

When Walt Whitman self-published his Leaves of Grass in July 1855, he altered the course of literary history. One of the greatest masterpieces of American literature, it redefined...


Faces of Love: Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz

by Hafez & Dick Davis

Acclaimed translator Dick Davis breathes new life into the timeless works of three masters of 14th-century Persian literature

Together, Hafez, a giant of world literature; Jahan Malek Khatun, an eloquent princess;...


Red Trousseau: Poems

by Carol Muske

RedTrousseau is the latest work from one of America’s greatest modern poets. The Los Angeles Times wrote that Carol Muske has discovered a way to work magic within the boundaries of technical achievement ......


Ranking the Wishes

by Carl Dennis

In his seventh book, Carl Dennis explores the ways in which our wishes - those in our power to fulfill at any moment and those that have no chance of ever being realized - define who we are. While some of the...


Brand New Ancients

by Kate Tempest

Kate Tempest is one of the most exciting and innovative performers to have emerged in spoken-word poetry in many years; her dramatic poem Brand New Ancients won the prestigious Ted Hughes Prize for innovation...


Loba

by Diane di Prima

Loba is a visionary epic quest for the reintegration of the femimine, hailed by many as the great female counterpart to Allen Ginsberg's Howl when the first half appeared in 1978. Now published for the first...


Japan: Theme and Variations: A Collection of Poems by Americans

by Charles E. Tuttle

If Japan forms the theme of the poems collected here, the variations are certainly the seep feeling so many Americans have come to have for Japan and the Japanese People. And the Resulting Choral is, we are...


Fragments of Reality

by Petri Kajander

Fragments of Reality is a Zen-like modern version of insights that Bankei, Huang Po and others have said from ancient times.

Kajander uses Ramana Maharshi’s Who am I –method to enquire into the inner world...


Mama Dot

by Fred D'aguiar

Every once in a while, a new poet appears who makes us feel that the contours of contemporary poetry have been significantly changed. Fred D'aguiar is such a poet. Although still in his early twenties, he already...


Selected Poems

by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Longfellow was the most popular poet of his day. This selection includes generous samplings from his longer works-Evangeline, The Courtship of Miles Standish, and Hiawatha-as well as his shorter lyrics and less...


Mysteries of Small Houses

by Alice Notley

Alice Notley vividly reconstructs the mysteries, longings, and emotions of her past in this brilliant new collection of poems that charts her growth from young girl to young woman to accomplished artist. In...


The Narrative Poems

by William Shakespeare

"I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. Convenience, however, is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant...


Desert Fathers, Uranium Daughters

by Debora Greger

Award-winning poet Debora Greger grew up in Washington near the site of the Hanford atomic plant, which, unbeknownst to its workers, manufactured plutonium for the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. “The high school...


Wind in a Box

by Terrance Hayes

Terrance Hayes is an elegant and adventurous writer with disarming humor, grace, tenderness, and brilliant turns of phrase. He is very much interested in what it means to be an artist and a black man. In his...


Genius Loci

by Alison Deming

From a poet and essayist whose writing about nature has won her comparisons with Gary Snyder and Terry Tempest Williams comes a new collection that offers further evidence of her ability to trace the intersections...


Pyx

by Corinne Lee

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


David's Copy: The Selected Poems of David Meltzer

by David Meltzer

One of the most respected poets of the Beat and San Francisco Renaissance periods, David Meltzer has kept alive interest in the interface between jazz and poetry that exploded in the 1950s. This new edition...


The Whispering Gallery

by William Logan

The poems here delve into what William Logan calls the “ill-lit kingdom of the past.” The book is haunted by the dead but equally penitent toward the rich insinuations of the living: the lost floral paradise...


When Peacocks Dance

by Juhi Sinha

Who can suppress excitement at the first sighting of looming monsoon clouds? Who can deny the joyful prospect of relief from the unrelenting heat of an Indian summer? The season draws every corner of our vast,...