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Write about an Empty Birdcage

by Elaina M. Elllis

With an ironic swish of the skirt, Elaina M. Ellis has delivered a sweetly strange first collection of poems. Reinventing femininity with each teasing line-break, Ellis pulls sexuality from form, and vulnerability...

The New Clean

by Jon Sands

Jon Sands has traveled into a ridiculous world, where nothing is too hilarious to not be honest, and nothing is too honest to not get you pregnant. Best of all, he's packed us in his suitcase. He represents...

I Love You Is Back

by Derrick Brown

I Love You Is Back is the second collection of work from this internationally celebrated poet, spanning 2004-2006. It includes such popular works such as ‘The Victory Explosions," "All Distortion, All...

Sunset at the Temple of Olives

by Paul Suntup

Paul Suntup, like many great artists of their time, has spent years in near obscurity with respect to his poetry. The publication of Paul's first full length book of poetry will finally establish this man as...

The Undisputed Greatest Writer of All Time

by Beau Sia

This is the greatest fucking book of poetry ever! is how Beau would have described this book ten years ago. In truth, this collection of poems from 1997-2005 simply reflects a time when he was wrestling with...

Love in a Time of Robot Apocalypse

by David Perez

In his debut poetry collection, Love in a Time of Robot Apocalypse, David Perez takes snapshots of a world under collapse to show us the parts worth saving. His images activate a new way of seeing. The mundane...

Gentleman Practice

by Buddy Wakefield

Buddy Wakefield's third book, Gentleman Practice, documents the figurative contents of a man's body attempting to stand firm in the presence of all that is. It's a poetry book, from the perspective of a journal...

Learn Then Burn: Teachers Manual

by Tim Stafford & Derrick Brown

Hello teachers! We know you work hard. Besides ninjas, you have the hardest job in the world. Between the teaching, the testing, the grading, and the nurturing it's difficult to seek out new materials for your...

Red Thread: Poems

by Chuc Teresa Mei

This collection of poems is largely autobiographical, telling the turning points in a life that began in war-torn Vietnam. Somehow, unlike many, Teresa and her family survived, although her parents were separated...

Creatures Who Smell the Wind: Poems

by Levitz Linda

These poems are full of danger (of knives, of boiling water) and attraction (to honey, to the insides of flowers). Food is important: oysters, mushrooms, roots. Family is important, with dreamlike childhood...

Wild Gratitude

by Edward Hirsch

An excerpt from the poem, Wild Gratitude: 

"Tonight when I knelt down next to our cat, Zooey,

And put my fingers into her clean cat's mouth,

And rubbed her swollen belly that will never know kittens,

And watched...

Between Angels

by Stephen Dunn

"Between Angels affirms what we are capable of in our best moments—grace, tenderness, love—while acknowledging that the human heart can be merciless. It's a book of great breadth."--Gregory Djanikian, Philadelphia...

Panchali's Pledge

by Subramania Bharati & Usha Rajagopalan

Honoured at a public function when he was a mere boy of eleven with the title 'Bharati' (one blessed by Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning), C. Subramania Bharati (1882-1921) is renowned as the herald of the...

Selected Poems

by Subramania Bharati & Usha Rajagopalan

In the melody that is heard all day long In the teeming city and in nature's wilderness In all these notes I have lost myself.' Honoured at a public function when he was a mere boy of eleven with the title 'Bharati'...

Tell Me

by Kim Addonizio

Poems of loneliness and late nights, liquor and loss.

Book of My Nights

by Li-Young Lee

The long-awaited new poetry collection from one of the world's most acclaimed young poets.

The Orchard

by Brigit Pegeen Kelly

An ambitious new collection by the Yale Younger Poets Prize and Lamont Poetry Award winner.

Hymn for the Black Terrific: Poems

by Kiki Petrosino

Kiki Petrosino’s sophomore effort far exceeds our expectations with wildly inventive lyrics on marriage, eating, and ancestors both dreamed and

Speculative Music: Poems

by Jeff Dolven

Parables, allegories, jokes, riddles, and a full libretto–Jeff Dolven’s debut collection gives us accessible lyrics and a multitude of pleasures.

The Hundred Thousand Songs: Selections from Milarepa Poet¿Saint of Tibet

by Antoinnette K. Gordon

This collection of Tibetan poetry and lyrics is accompanied by extensive commentary and offers a great insight into a rich literary culture.

Tibet, remote and inaccessible, is less known to the western world...