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Riley Child-Rhymes

by James Whitcomb Riley

James Whitcomb Riley was born on October 7, 1849, in Greenfield, Indiana. Riley was influenced by many of the visitors to his father's home. In particular, he was able to pick up the cadence and character of...


Chanteys and Ballads, Sea-Chanteys, Tramp-Ballads and Other Ballads and Poems

by Harry Kemp

A beautiful collection of ballads from land and sea. A perfect companion for anybody interested that classic sound of flowing poems and rugged voices.


Fire to Fire

National Book Award for Poetry 2008

by Mark Doty

Mark Doty's Fire to Fire collects the best of his seven books of poetry, along with a generous selection of new work. His signature style encompasses both the plainspoken and the artfully wrought, as one of...


Father - An Anthology of Verse

by Margery Doud

Poems about Father and tributes to him are so scattered as to give the impression that little in praise of Father has been written. The purpose of this volume is to bring together certain of these poems and...


Poems Chiefly from Manuscript

by John Clare

A collection of beautifully written poems, perfect for any fan of poetry.


Sweet Machine

by Mark Doty

Mark Doty's last two award-winning collections of poetry, as well as his acclaimed memoir Heaven's Coast, used the devastation of AIDS as a lens through which to consider questions of loss, love and identity....


Novel Pictorial Noise

by Noah Eli Gordon

An exciting new collection of prose poetry from an emerging talent, Noah Eli Gordon's Novel Pictorial Noise was a winner of the 2006 National Poetry Series Open Competition, selected by esteemed poet John Ashbery....


Things Your Daddy Should Have Taught You

by Dannie McMillan

Real issues. Real life. Real problems. But when you look to Jesus, you'll find real solutions. Things Your Daddy Should Have Taught You will make you think about your life and how you're living it. You can't...


Astonishment

by Anne Stevenson

Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Anne Stevenson is one of Britain’s leading poets. Astonishment, published just before her 80th birthday, is her second new collection since her much praised Bloodaxe retrospective...


This Art: A Copper Canyon Ares Poetica Anthology

by Michael Wiegers

This anthology pays tribute to the art of poetry and Copper Canyon's 30-year dedication to publishing it.


Blue Dusk: New & Selected Poems, 1951-2001

by Madeline DeFrees

In carefully crafted, passionate, and elliptical language, deFrees reclaims 'her inheritance of nerve and bone'Library Journal


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...