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  1. Book ImageMagdalene: Poems

    Marie Howe

    “Marie Howe’s poetry is luminous, intense, and eloquent, rooted in an abundant inner life.”—Stanely KunitzMore

  2. Book ImageThe Conference of the Birds

    Attar, Sholeh Wolpé

    Award-winning translator Sholeh Wolpé recaptures the beauty and lyricism of one of Persian literature’s most celebrated masterpieces.More

  3. Book ImageRoll Deep: Poems

    Major Jackson

    A whimsical and “devastatingly effective” (Washington Post) collection that captures the spirit of travel and pays homage to heritage.More

  4. Book ImageWhereas: Poems

    Stephen Dunn

    Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Dunn examines the difficulties of telling the truth, and the fictions with which we choose to live.More

  5. 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

  6. Book ImageConflict Resolution for Holy Beings: Poems

    Joy Harjo

    A musical, magical, resilient volume from one of our most celebrated and essential Native American voices.More

  7. Book ImageThe Analyst: Poems

    Molly Peacock

    “Whatever the subject, rich music follows the tap of Molly Peacock’s baton.”—Washington PostMore

  8. Book ImageCount the Waves: Poems

    Sandra Beasley

    “Beasley uses humor and surprise like a scythe, cutting to the root of a matter.”—Washington PostMore

  9. 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

  10. Book ImageA Poet's Dublin

    Eavan Boland

    Juxtaposing verse and image, A Poet’s Dublin is a study of origin and influence from “a major Irish poet” (Edward Hirsch).More

  11. Book ImageAgainst Sunset: Poems

    Stanley Plumly

    A powerful new volume from the National Book Award finalist that demonstrates how the lyric is essentially elegiac.More

  12. Book ImageOne Toss of the Dice: The Incredible Story of How a Poem Made Us Modern

    R. Howard Bloch

    In the tradition of The Swerve comes this thrilling, detective-like work of literary history that reveals how a poem created the world we live in today.More

  13. Book ImageEntering History: Poems

    Mary Stewart Hammond

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

  14. Book ImageDeep Lane: Poems

    Mark Doty

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

  15. 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

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