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  1. Book ImageScavenger Loop: Poems

    David Baker

    “[The] language . . . feels almost ancient solely by the skill with which Baker uses it.”—Los Angeles Review of BooksMore

  2. Book ImageDeep Lane: Poems

    Mark Doty

    “His best work yet . . . astute, contemplative, and deeply moving.” —Washington PostMore

  3. Book ImageEntering History: Poems

    Mary Stewart Hammond

    Lyrical narratives that chronicle a long marriage, rich with wit, dark irony, and poignancy.More

  4. Book ImageGeorge Washington: Poems

    Adam Fitzgerald

    A groundbreaking collection from one of our most acclaimed young poets about personal loss and consumer anxiety in the American suburbs.More

  5. Book ImageA Stranger's Mirror: New and Selected Poems 1994–2014

    Marilyn Hacker

    Longlisted for the National Book Award

    A selection of poems that addresses the quotidian and the global, from one of our most essential poets.More

  6. Book ImageAnybody: Poems

    Ari Banias

    “Ari Banias is one of the best living poets, and this book in your hands is our proof. Anybody is the courage of a poet who trusts the strength of poetry to make room in our world for everybody.” —CAConradMore

  7. Book ImageCollected Poems: 1958-2015

    Clive James

    The “technically and emotionally heart-stopping poems” (Spectator) of Clive James are collected in this decades-spanning volume.More

  8. Book ImageFalling Awake: Poems

    Alice Oswald

    “Vivid . . . further proof of her bold engagement with poetry’s narrative possibilities.”—Teju ColeMore

  9. Book ImageBarely Composed: Poems

    Alice Fulton

    "Tackles enduring topics—time, death, love—with a mixture of elegance and agony. . . . All of this blossoms into a dark beauty that makes these poems glisten."—Washington PostMore

  10. Book ImageThe Immortal Evening: A Legendary Dinner with Keats, Wordsworth, and Lamb

    Stanley Plumly

    A window onto the lives of the Romantic poets through the re-creation of one legendary night in 1817.More

  11. Book ImageOracle: Poems

    Cate Marvin

    A witty and elegiac new collection from the author of "exhilarating, fierce [and] powerful” verse (Robert Pinsky, Washington Post).More

  12. Book ImageE. E. Cummings: Complete Poems, 1904–1962

    E. E. Cummings, George James Firmage, Stephen Dunn

    Presented here in a bold new edition, E. E. Cummings: Complete Poems 1904–1962 showcases Cummings’s transcendent body of work, collected in its entirety.More

  13. 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

  14. Book ImageOf Poetry and Protest: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin

    Phil Cushway, Victoria Smith, Michael Warr

    This stunning work illuminates today’s black experience through the voices of our most transformative and powerful African American poets.More

  15. 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

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