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Commonwealth of Wings: An Ornithological Biography Based on the Life of John James Audubon

Hinge & Sign: Poems, 1968-1993

by Heather McHugh

A renowned poet’s artful collection is a striking body of work


There Are Three: Poems

by Donald Revell

Poems from the indestructible wilderness of American words and silences.


Loose Sugar

by Brenda Hillman

An elaborate collection of poems that culminate in a meditation on the possibility of a native and feminine language,


Paris Spleen: little poems in prose

by Charles Baudelaire & Keith Waldrop

A modernist classic translated for the twenty-first century


Address

by Elizabeth Willis

New poems from an original and challenging American voice


Exposition Park

by Roberto Tejada

A midway of poetic styles and syllabic tableaux


Songs of Kabir

by Kabir & Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

A New York Review Books Original

Transcending divisions of creed, challenging social distinctions of all sorts, and celebrating individual unity with the divine, the poetry of Kabir is one of passion and paradox,...


The Master Letters

by Lucie Brock-Broido

The title of this richly textured book derives from two of the three mysterious letters left by Emily Dickinson--the ones addressed to "Dear Master." Lucie Brock-Boido has imagined a series of letters echoing...


The Colour of Black and White: Poems 1984-2003

by Liz Lochhead

The Colour of Black and White is Liz Lochhead’s first collection of poems for more than a dozen years, and, for her, the most important since the award-winning Dreaming Frankenstein and Collected Poems in...


Farmers Cross

by Bernard O'Donoghue

The book brings together subtle and moving meditations on exile and belonging, travel and home, and honours many friends and loved ones along the way. In a series of poems that frequently recall the south-west...


The Secret Life of Poems

by Tom Paulin

The Secret Life of Poems is a primer which offers a poem - or on occasion an excerpt - succeeding with commentary in which rhythm, form, metre and sources are the order of the day, not ethical commentary or...


Small Hours

by Lachlan Mackinnon

Lachlan MacKinnon’s fourth collection opens with a gathering of lyrics and descriptive poems: observing rites of passage (elegies, wedding poems), offering nuanced accounts of places and their patchwork afterlives...


Wintering Out

by Seamus Heaney

'Seamus Heaney has gone beyond the themes of his earlier poetry and has made the giant step towards the most ambitious, most intractable themes of maturity. The power of this book comes from a sense that he...


Callings

by Carl Dennis

From the winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Ruth Lilly Prize

This new collection by acclaimed poet Carl Dennis is about vocation in the largest sense, the work that we believe gives our lives meaning, and...


Shakespeare's Sonnets and the Bible: A Spiritual Interpretation with Christian Sources

by Ira B. Zinman & HRH the Prince of Wales

2009 marks the 400th anniversary of the publication of William Shakespeare's Sonnets. For centuries there has been a raging debate about whether or not Shakespeare was a spiritual person and the extent to which...


The Beforelife

by Franz Wright

In this stunning collection, Franz Wright chronicles the journey back from a place of isolation and wordlessness. After a period when it seemed certain he would never write poetry again, he speaks with bracing...


The Year Is a Circle: A Celebration of Henry David Thoreau

by Victor Carl Friesen

Taking a series of quotations demonstrating Thoreau's philosophy, Victor Carl Friesen writes a poem for each and illustrates them with outstanding colour photographs.


When September Comes: And Other Poems

by Peter Jailall

Peter Jailall continues his search for "home" in his third volume of poetry, exploring the "open, dangerous" landscape of a post-September 11th world.


Weather Report

by Rhonda Batchelor

Batchelor's poems forecast the shifting patterns of a marriage. This work keens to the notes of a personal lament but emerges healed and ultimately blessed.