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A Country of Marriage: Poems

by Wendell Berry

First published in 1971, The Country of Marriage is Wendell Berry's fifth volume of poetry. What he calls "an expansive metaphor" is "a farmer's relationship to his land as the basic and central relation of...


The World Will Follow Joy: Turning Madness into Flowers (New Poems)

by Alice Walker

"Poetry is leading us," writes Alice Walker in The World Will Follow Joy. In this dazzling collection, the beloved writer offers over sixty new poems to incite and nurture contemporary activists. Hailed as a...


The Stream & the Sapphire: Selected Poems on Religious Themes

by Denise Levertov

Conceived as a convenience to those readers concerned with doubt and faith, Denise Levertov's 34 selected poems originally were published in seven separate volumes.The poet presents a selection of thirty-four...


The You-Song

by Joanne Otto

"The You-Song" celebrates, in a way young children can understand, the unique and vital place each of us occupies in God's world and encourages them to fill their place in it with joy. Written by a teacher who's...


Inferno: A New Verse Translation

by Dante Alighieri & Michael Palma

"Palma's wonderfully readable translation comes close to perfection. I'm tempted to call it a miracle."-X. J. KennedyUnlike every known translator before him, Michael Palma re-creates Dante's masterpiece in...


Refuge

by Adrie Kusserow

An anthropologist writes poems about globalization, culture, war, and fieldwork in South Sudan, Uganda, Botswana, and across the world.


Self-Portrait Without a Bicycle

by Jessica Hiemstra

These poems stitch loss to memory, to colours and smells, to tastes of past and present, canvas and ink.


Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability

by Sheila Black, Jennifer Bartlett & Michael Northen

A ground-breaking anthology that will bring fresh understanding to the American experience of poetry, beauty, the body, and disability.


Here Come the Moonbathers

by Patricia Young

Here Come the Moonbathers, is more dark, difficult and tragic than Patricia Young’s earlier work. The poems in this collection have wild freedom, exploring the themes of love, longing and loss with grace,...


A Thaw Foretold

by Mike Barnes

Written between one January and the next, A Thaw Foretold is a passionate exploration of themes that are as timeless and recurrent as the seasons. In language that is both precisely vivid and particular, embracing...


Lost Luggage

by Salvatore Ala

Journeys and interrupted journeys are a well established theme in literature. Gustave Von Aschenback's fateful journey back to Venice and his death began with lost luggage. So also with Salvatore Ala's new collection...


Sunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman

by Goran Simic

Sunrise in the Eyes of the Snowman, the latest collection by Bosnian expat Goran Simic, is as much a departure as it is a continuance. In this book, we find the world-renowned poet visiting familiar themes in...


The Properties of Things: From: The Poems of Batholomew the Englishman

by David Solway

This collection of poems continues David Solway's exploration in the realm of fictive translation.


Straight Razor and Other Poems

by Salvatore Ala

Straight Razor and Other Poems brings together Salvatore Ala's new poems and selections from his privately published broadsides.


Meniscus

by Shane Neilson

Meniscus is Shane Neilson’s manic statement, arching backwards through his personal histories and into the current scale of illness: how it prophecizes and destroys. But this book is not solely given to a...


Sonnets

by William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is thought to have written his sonnets for a private audience over several years before they were first published in 1609. The verses that compose the sonnets are often subversive, elusive...


I Am Nobody's Nigger

by Dean Atta

Revolutionary, reflective and romantic, I Am Nobody’s Nigger is the powerful debut collection by one of the UK’s finest emerging poets. Exploring race, identity and sexuality, Dean Atta shares his perspective...


The Hundred Grasses: Poems

by Leila Wilson

Wilson writes from the periphery of an open field in this extended investigation into longing and loss, love and doubt.  As the poet muses, "we wonder / what we're not / in the field," and reading The Hundred...


Nigh-No-Place

T. S. Eliot Prize 2008

by Jen Hadfield

Winner of the T.S. Eliot Prize.

The language of Jen Hadfield’s poetry is one of incantation and secular praise. Her first book, Almanacs, was a traveller’s litany, featuring a road movie in poems set in the...


Almanacs

by Jen Hadfield

Almanacs: a mythic scrapbook, bag of cats, a one-man band. Almanacs is concerned with lists, rules and archetypes and what they don’t account for. It takes as its subjects the Tarot, the lore of Full Moons,...