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  1. Book ImageMortal Trash: Poems

    Kim Addonizio

    “Kim Addonizio’s voice lifts from the page, alive and biting—unleashing wit with a ruthless observation.”—San Francisco Book ReviewMore

  2. Book ImageCollected Poems: 1950–2012

    Adrienne Rich, Claudia Rankine

    The collected works of Adrienne Rich, whose poetry is “distinguished by an unswerving progressive vision and a dazzling, empathic ferocity” (New York Times).More

  3. Book ImageDivine Nothingness: Poems

    Gerald Stern

    From the National Book Award–winning author of This Time, a new volume of poems that explore the very nature of existence.More

  4. Book ImageCollected Poems: 1974–2004

    Rita Dove

    Three decades of powerful lyric poetry from a virtuoso of the English language in one unabridged volume.More

  5. Book ImageA Woman Without a Country: Poems

    Eavan Boland

    A powerful work that examines how—even without country or settled identity—a legacy of love can endure.More

  6. Book ImageROME: Poems

    Dorothea Lasky

    “Fearlessly frank” and “unabashedly vulnerable” (Tracy K. Smith), Dorothea Lasky’s ROME confronts love and heartbreak in the modern world.More

  7. Book ImagePearl: A New Verse Translation

    Simon Armitage

    From the acclaimed translator of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, a spellbinding new translation of this classic allegory of grief and consolation.More

  8. Book ImagePoetry Notebook: Reflections on the Intensity of Language

    Clive James

    Legendary poet and critic Clive James provides an unforgettably eloquent book on how to read and appreciate modern poetry.More

  9. Book ImageBrawl & Jag: Poems

    April Bernard

    “It is as if the poet set fire to her earlier work and wrote these poems in the light of those flames.”—Mark WunderlichMore

  10. Book ImageMahabharata: A Modern Retelling

    Carole Satyamurti, Wendy Doniger, Vinay Dharwadker

    “Astonishing. . . . [Satyamurti’s Mahabharata] brings [the] past alive . . . as though it were a novel in finely crafted verse.”—Vinay DharwadkerMore

  11. Book ImageFirebreaks: Poems

    John Kinsella

    A follow-up to the critically acclaimed Jam Tree Gully, Firebreaks records life and ecology in Western Australia.More

  12. Book ImageStealing Sugar from the Castle: Selected and New Poems, 1950–2013

    Robert Bly

    “[Robert Bly] is . . . the most recent in a line of great American transcendentalist writers.”—New York TimesMore

  13. Book ImageSearching for Sappho: The Lost Songs and World of the First Woman Poet

    Philip Freeman

    An exploration of the fascinating poetry, life, and world of Sappho, including a complete translation of all her poems.More

  14. Book ImageHaiku in English: The First Hundred Years

    Jim Kacian, Philip Rowland, Allan Burns, Et Al.

    The first anthology to map the full range of haiku in the English tradition.More

  15. Book ImageThe Blue Buick: New and Selected Poems

    B. H. Fairchild

    “[B. H. Fairchild] is the American voice at its best: confident and conflicted, celebratory and melancholic.”—New York TimesMore

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