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Men, Women, and Ghosts

by Debora Greger

New from Debora Greger??a special poet in every sense? (Poetry)

In her eighth book of poetry, Debora Greger travels not just the present but the past, looking for some strange place to call home. She takes a...


The Portable Walt Whitman

by Walt Whitman & Michael Warner

When Walt Whitman self-published Leaves of Grass in 1855 it was a slim volume of twelve poems and he was a journalist and poet from Long Island, little-known but full of ambition and poetic fire. To give a...


A Little Larger Than the Entire Universe: Selected Poems

by Fernando Pessoa & Richard Zenith

Writing obsessively in French, English, and Portuguese, Fernando Pessoa left a prodigious body of work, much of it under "heteronyms"—fully fleshed alter egos with startlingly different styles and points of...


Beautiful Country

by Robert Wrigley

A powerful new collection from an award-winning poet.

At the heart of Robert Wrigley's new book are the fears that find us at the darkest times and the hopes we rise to each morning. These poems explore that...


The Spark: Creative Future Literary Award Winners

by Victoria Heath

The Spark contains award winning entries from the first national competition for marginalized and disabled writers - the Creative Future Literary Awards. Exciting and thoughtful flash fiction sits alongside...


The Book of Celtic Verse: A Treasury of Poetry, Dreams & Visions

by John Matthews

An inspirational collection of Celtic Poetry compiled by the leading authority on the Celtic tradition.


The Comet and Other Verses

by Irving Sidney Dix

Pennsylvania-born poet and journalist Irving Sidney Dix published a number of collections over the course of his literary career. The volume The Comet and Other Verses highlights Dix's ability to plumb the depths...


The Calendar and Other Verses

by Irving Sidney Dix

Over the course of his varied career, American poet Irving Sidney Dix served in a number of roles, including soldier, stenographer and newspaper editor. This breadth of experience gave Dix insight into the everyday...


Friends

by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

England-born poet Wilfrid Wilson Gibson's work epitomizes the peak of late Romanticism. Readers whose poetic taste runs to the classic and traditional will find much to admire in this collection, which brings...


Funny Epitaphs

by Arthur Wentworth Eaton

Giving up the ghost, cashing in your chips, kicking the bucket, meeting your maker -- however you prefer to think of death, it's something that will happen to all of us, so why not have a sense of humor about...


Lighthead

National Book Award for Poetry 2010

by Terrance Hayes

Winner of the 2010 National Book Award for Poetry

In his fourth collection, Terrance Hayes investigates how we construct experience. With one foot firmly grounded in the everyday and the other hovering in the...


Backwards Days

by Stuart Dischell

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


Dog Songs

by Mary Oliver

A New York Times bestselling collection of new and favorite poems,

celebrating the dogs that have enriched the poet's world

Beloved by her readers, special to the poet's own heart, Mary Oliver's dog poems offer...


Or to Begin Again

by Ann Lauterbach

Ann Lauterbach's ninth work of poetry, Or to Begin Again, takes its name from a sixteen-poem elegy that resists its own end, as it meditates on the nearness of specific attachment and loss against the mute...


Out There

by Jamie McKendrick

Jamie McKendrick's sixth collection starts from the far flung ('out there' is the nothing - or the something - of outer space), ascertaining the mood of an observer on Uranus, or the perils of medieval travel,...


This Great Unknowing: Last Poems

by Denise Levertov

When Denise Levertov died on December 20, 1997, she left behind forty finished poems, which now form her last collection, This Great Unknowing. Few poets have possessed so great a gift or so great a body of...


The World's Two Smallest Humans

by Julia Copus

Julia Copus's poems bring humanity and light to some of our most intimate and solitary moments, repeatedly breathing life into loss. In two previous collections, she has been feted as among the most compelling...


Jubilee Lines

by Carol Ann Duffy

To mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne, Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy brings together a dazzling array of contemporary poets (sixty in fact) to write about each of the of...


The Waste Land and Other Poems

by T. Eliot & Frank Kermode

While recovering from a mental collapse in a Swiss sanitarium in 1921, T. S. Eliot finished what became the definitive poem of the modern condition, one that still casts a large and ominous shadow over twentieth-century...


Western Art

by Debora Greger

In her seventh book of poetry, Debora Greger walks out of art history class and into Europe, even to the edge of Asia. A night wedding in Venice, an encounter with a girl on an aqueduct in Istanbul, a walk into...