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  1. Book ImageWhat Is This Thing Called Love: Poems

    Kim Addonizio

    Poetry from the author of Tell Me, a finalist for the National Book Award.More

  2. Book ImageLucifer at the Starlite: Poems

    Kim Addonizio

    "Addonizio doesn't do pretty; beneath her considerable wit is a wickedly sharp edge."—Library Journal, starred reviewMore

  3. 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

  4. Book ImageNo Surrender: Poems


    "Smart, funny, angry, political, and utterly poetic . . . both haunting and humorous." —The RumpusMore

  5. Book ImageThe Collected Poems of Ai

    Ai, Yusef Komunyakaa

    “Ai is a truthteller picking her way through the burning rocks of racial and sexual lies.”—Joy HarjoMore

  6. Book ImageVice: New and Selected Poems


    Winner of the 1999 National Book Award for Poetry.More

  7. Book ImageDread: Poems


    A searing collection of poems about America's loss of innocence from the National Book Award-winning author of Vice.More

  8. Book ImageGreed


    Greed for money, power, sex, and love is the theme of this volume of dramatic monologues by the poet the New York Times Book Review has called "one of the most singular voices of her generation."More

  9. Book ImagePoems of Anna Andreevna Akhmatova

    Anna Andreevna Akhmatova, Lyn Coffin, Joseph Brodsky

    “Most of the lyrics in this volume are true to themselves as English poems and a nearly astonishing percentage are absolutely faithful, as well, to the Russian originals. . . .The Berlin Wall is as nothing compared to the linguistic boundaries separating East and West. The translations in this volume testify to a long-lasting love affair with these boundaries which has borne rich fruit.” —Joseph BrodskyMore

  10. Book ImageA Nostalgist's Map of America: Poems

    Agha Shahid Ali

    With his prologue poem "Eurydice," Agha Shahid Ali's Nostalgist introduces the motifs of journey and exile, myth and politics, history and loss, that animate this collection.More

  11. Book ImageThe Veiled Suite: The Collected Poems

    Agha Shahid Ali, Daniel Hall

    Beginning with the impassioned, never-before-published title poem, here is the poet.More

  12. Book ImageRooms Are Never Finished: Poems

    Agha Shahid Ali

    "An incomparable work, an unmatched achievement."—Anthony HechtMore

  13. Book ImageCall Me Ishmael Tonight: A Book of Ghazals

    Agha Shahid Ali

    "Ali's ghazals are contemporary and colloquial, deceptively simple, yet still grounded in tradition....Highly recommended."—Library JournalMore

  14. Book ImageThe Country without a Post Office: Poems

    Agha Shahid Ali

    "Translucent elegies 'for the city that is leaving forever' (Srinagar) from one of its sons, who also happens to be one of America's finest younger poets."—John AshberyMore

  15. Book ImageInferno: A New Verse Translation

    Dante Alighieri, Michael Palma

    "Palma's wonderfully readable translation comes close to perfection. I'm tempted to call it a miracle."—X. J. KennedyMore

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