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Duppy Conqueror: New and Selected Poems

by Kwame Dawes & Matthew Shenoda

“The miracle of empathy,” Kwame Dawes once said in an interview, “is the ultimate aim of my writing.”


Mean Free Path

by Ben Lerner

National Book Award finalist's third volume is layered with quick changes, false starts, and continuous reorientation


The Lichtenberg Figures

by Ben Lerner

Winner of the Hayden Carruth Award uses "broken sonnets" to explore complex juxtapositions of contemporary culture.


Mars Being Red

by Marvin Bell

A moving, intensely political book from a poet whose "interrogations run deep." (Poetry)


Banjo Paterson: His Poetry and Prose

by Banjo Paterson & Richard Hall

A new and lively selection of poetry and prose that brings together all the old classics along with the not-so-well-known and the off-beat.


Chasing Utopia

by Nikki Giovanni

Nikki Giovanni's poetry has spurred movements and inspired songs, turned hearts and informed generations. She's been hailed as a healer and as a national treasure. But Giovanni's heart resides in the everyday,...


Loose Woman: Poems

by Sandra Cisneros

NOW AVAILABLE IN EBOOK FOR THE FIRST TIME

With her novel THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET, Sandra Cisneros introduced one of the most lyrically inventive voices ever to emerge from the barrio. Now she gives us a book...


Dunciad Minor

by A. D. Hope

A literary satire first published in 1950, and notorious in its day.


The Lazarus Method: Number 12

by Kate Hancock

"Kate Hancock's poems combine intellectual rigor with emotional recklessness like oil and water under special dispensation. This rare ability is a tell-tale sign of a true poet, and the reader who lets these...


Selected Poems II: 1976 - 1986

by Margaret Atwood

Celebrated as a major novelist throughout the English-speaking world, Atwood has also written eleven volumes of poetry. Houghton Mifflin is proud to have published SELECTED POEMS, 1965-1975, a volume of selections...


Arabic Poetry: Trajectories of Modernity and Tradition

by Muhsin J. al-Musawi

Since the late 1940s, Arabic poetry has spoken for an Arab conscience, as much as it has debated positions and ideologies, nationally and worldwide. This book tackles issues of modernity and tradition in Arabic...


The Narrow Circle

by Nathan Hoks

Selected as a winner of the National Poetry Series by Dean Young

John Ashbery called Reveilles, Nathan Hoks's debut book, a "dazzling" collection and Hoks a poet whose "fine gradations of observation turn the...


Crisis

by Hermann Hesse

This collection of poems, written during the same period as Steppenwolf, was first published in 1928 in a limited edition of 1,000 copies.  Hesse's uneasiness about the degree of self-exposure in these quite...


Bone Palace Ballet

by Charles Bukowski

This is a collection of 175 previously unpublished works by Bukowski. It contains yarns about his childhood in the Depression and his early literary passions, his apprentice days as a hard-drinking, starving...


White Piano

by Nicole Brossard, Erin Mouré & Robert Majzels

The latest poetic offering from the doyenne of experimental writing.


The End of the West

by Michael Dickman

Profiled in The New Yorker, this debut marks a talent to watch for years to come.


Darkness Sticks to Everything: Collected and New Poems

by Tom Hennen & Jim Harrison

"Tom Hennen's poetry is work of the highest order... I'm reminded again how deeply the earth inhabits us.” —Jim Harrison


The Big Smoke

by Adrian Matejka

A finalist for both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in Poetry-a collection that examines the myth and history of the prizefighter Jack Johnson

The legendary Jack Johnson (1878-1946) was a true...


The Fall of Arthur

by J.R.R. Tolkien & Christopher Tolkien

The Fall of Arthur, the only venture by J.R.R. Tolkien into the legends of Arthur King of Britain, may well be regarded as his finest and most skillful achievement in the use of the Old English alliterative...


Sea Change

by Jorie Graham

The New York Times has said that "Jorie Graham's poetry is among the most sensuously embodied and imaginative writing we have," and this new collection is a reminder of how startling, original, and deeply relevant...