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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

“The popularity of [Dog Songs] feels as inevitable and welcome as a wagging tail upon homecoming.” —The Boston Globe

 

Mary Oliver’s Dog Songs is a celebration of the special bond between human and dog,...


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 background...


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 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...


The Sonnets

by William Shakespeare & Stephen Orgel

Together with A Lover's Complaint' and little-known alternative versions of four of the sonnets. Edited with an introduction by Stanley Wells. ...the most beautifully printed text available.'


Earthly Measures: Poems

by Edward Hirsch

Edward Hirsch's strong, arresting poems have been praised from the start of his career. Of his second book, Wild Gratitude, Robert Penn Warren said, "I am convinced that the best poems here are unsurpassed in...


Drift

by Mary Kinzie

"The world is touched and stands forth," writes Mary Kinzie in this book of seductive poetic experiment. In lines by turns fragmented and reflective, she shatters and reassembles such curiosities as an engraving...


California Sorrow

by Mary Kinzie

In this exceptional new collection, acclaimed poet Mary Kinzie opens her attention to the landscapes of the earth. Her poems of richly varied line lengths develop phrases at the syncopated pace of the observing...


Selected Poems

by Victor Hugo & Brooks Haxton

For most of his life, Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was the most famous writer in the world. His legacy includes the nineteenth century's most celebrated works of drama, fiction, memoir, and criticism. But in his...


Poems from the First World War

by Gaby Morgan

Poems from the First World War is a moving and powerful collection of poems written by soldiers, nurses, mothers, sweethearts and family and friends who experienced WWI from different standpoints. It records...


Spring and All (Facsimile Edition)

by William Carlos Williams & C. D. Wright

A beautiful facsimile of the 1923 original edition which is considered "one of the greatest poems of the twentieth century". (The New York Times) Spring and All is a manifesto of the imagination — a hybrid...


When One Has Lived a Long Time Alone

by Galway Kinnell

A collection of poems ranging from melancholy meditations of a solitary mind concerning estrangement and the longing for reconnection to the natural world and its creatures closely observed.


Monolithos: Poems '62-'82

by Jack Gilbert

This is Jack Gilbert's first book since the now-legendary Views of Jeopardy appeared as the 1962 entry in the Yale Series of Younger Poets. Beat poetry was much in vogue at the time, a discursive poetry that...


The Lives and Times of Archy and Mehitabel

by Don Marquis

Of all the literary genres, humor has the shortest shelf life—except for Archy and Mehitabel, that is. First published in 1916, it is a classic of American literature. Archy is a cockroach, inside whom resides...


Rimbaud Complete

by Arthur Rimbaud & Wyatt Mason

Enduring icon of creativity, authenticity, and rebellion, and the subject of numerous new biographies, Arthur Rimbaud is one of the most repeatedly scrutinized literary figures of the last half-century. Yet...


Sonnets from the Portuguese

by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

First published in 1850 and considered some of the finest love lyrics in the English language, Sonnets from the Portuguese comprise 44 interlocking poems that Elizabeth Barrett Browning composed for her husband,...