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Without a Claim

by Grace Schulman

Grace Schulman, already known as "an elegiac, highly original religious lyricist" (Harold Bloom), elegantly weaves between generations and continents in her new collection.


Even Now: Poems by Hugo Claus

by Hugo Claus, David Colmer & Cees Nooteboom

Beautifully translated from the Dutch by David Colmer, the IMPAC Award-winning translator of Gerbrand Bakker’s The Twin, Hugo Claus’s poems are remarkable for their dexterity, intensity of feeling, and...


Van Gogh in Brixton

by Shaun Traynor

An emotional poetic narrative of love lost, love regained.


Always Die Before Your Mother: Poems

by Patrick Woodcock

Deftly moving from the stifling heat and politics of the Arabian Peninsula to the darkest corners of South America's rainforest, this collection of poetry delivers a searing commentary on humanity's many failings....


On a Stair

by Ann Lauterbach

Ann Lauterbach's fifth collection takes its title from Emerson's great essay, Experience: "Where do we find ourselves?" he asks. Lauterbach's stair sits precariously between a quest for spiritual vitality and...


New and Selected Poems, Volume One

by Mary Oliver

When New and Selected Poems, Volume One was originally published in 1992, Mary Oliver was awarded the National Book Award. In the fourteen years since its initial appearance it has become one of the best-selling...


Gathered Light: The Poetry of Joni Mitchell's Songs

by Lisa Sornberger & John Sornberger

"Joni Mitchell is one of the greatest songwriters of the late 20th century. For over forty years her powerful lyrics have compelled listeners to dig deeper. This one of a kind collection finally allows even...


Local Visitations: Poems

by Stephen Dunn

Wise and searching new poems from the winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. In his twelfth collection, his first since winning the Pulitzer Prize, Stephen Dunn turns his keen gaze on Sisyphus, our contemporary...


The Insistence of Beauty: Poems

by Stephen Dunn

An evocation of beauty's often-surprising manifestations; even in the face of tragedy. "Beauty isn't nice. Beauty isn't fair;" So, in part, states an epigraph for this stunning new collection, his thirteenth,...


Martín and Meditations on the South Valley: Poems

by Jimmy Santiago Baca

Fiercely moving, the two long narrative poems of Martín & Meditations on the South Valley revolve around the semi-autobiographical figure of Martin, a mestizo or "detribalized Apache." 

Fiercely...


Thievery

by Seth Abramson

A few rare holdouts to the contrary, American culture is loud, unsubtle, insensitive, needy, exhausting, cheaply convenient, unreflective, and above all, distracted. What has been happening behind the scenes...


Memorial: A Version of Homer's Iliad

by Alice Oswald & Eavan Boland

“The most remarkable and affecting book of poetry I encountered this year.”—James Wood, The New Yorker In this daring new work, the poet Alice Oswald strips away the narrative of the Iliad—the anger...


New and Selected Poems

by David Lehman

Drawing from a wealth of material produced over the course of more than forty years, David Lehman’s New and Selected Poems displays the remarkable range of his poetic genius. A gathering of stunning new poems,...


A Phone Call to the Future: New and Selected Poems

by Mary Jo Salter

This “wholly attractive volume” that brings together twenty-five years of “elegantly shaped and voiced creations” (William Pritchard, The Boston Globe) offers a generous sampling of Mary Jo Salter’s...


Red to the Rind

by Stan Rice

“Behold the door / the lock’s alive,” warns Stan Rice in one of the commanding poems that make up this new volume of verse. From the streets of New Orleans during Mardi Gras to the private chambers of...


Planting Seeds for the Lost & Found

by Lawrence Charles Rutherford II

Lawrence Rutherford POP(Poet of Peace) This book of poetry is unlike anything you have ever seen because for the first time in decades an artist has elected to bring scripture, poetry, and art illustrations...


God, Love and Laughter

by Marian Bythell

In 2004, prolific authoress, Marian Bythell, strayed from her established path of writing holiday journals to produce an excellent volume of verse. Now, following the publication of another travel-based book...


After Every War: Twentieth-Century Women Poets

by Eavan Boland

They are nine women with much in common--all German speaking, all poets, all personal witnesses to the horror and devastation that was World War II. Yet, in this deeply moving collection, each provides a singularly...


Strange You Never Knew

by Robert A Fink

The thematic motif found within these poems is one of "knowing," the desire to know the mystery of love of different types and on different levels—touching earth and pushing off, flesh and spirit, the life...


The Rhizome as a Field of Broken Bones

by Margaret Randall

A poetry collection about connectivity, this book argues that humankind is linked by its concerns for global human rights and a sustainable global climate. Named for a root system that connects seemingly...