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  1. City of Rivers

    City of Rivers


    The poems in City of Rivers—the first full-length collection from 23-year-old wunderkind Zubair Ahmed—are clear and cool as a glass of water. Learn More
  2. Clasy By Night

    Clash By Night


    First in the Lo-fi Poetry Series, CLASH BY NIGHT takes inspiration from The Clash's seminal album 1979 album, London Calling. Learn More
  3. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

    Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy


    Here a 23-year-old person attempts to explain to himself the possible origins, ends, and cures of anger, worry, despair, obsession, and confusion, while concurrently experiencing those things in various contexts including a romantic relationship, a book of poetry, and the arbitrary nature of the universe. Learn More
  4. Collected Poems

    Collected Poems (Alexander Theroux)


    The publication of Alexander Theroux's Collected Poems will be among the major literary events of the year. Learn More
  5. The Color Of Humans

    Color Of Humans


    An Holy Spirit-less parish priest, a grandchild's possible autism diagnosis, a mother losing her sight, some Beatles, more Baltimore, a happy anniversary to an ex, Apocalypse Now - a new appreciation, a job layoff, cancer and gardening, clematis - a testimony, an overly zealous hotel clerk, a neighbor's suicide attempt, and lots more. Learn More
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    Come On In! New Poems


    A new collection of Bukowski poetry. These poems are part of an archive of unpublished work that Bukowski left to be published after his death. Learn More
  7. Coney Island Pilgrims

    Coney Island Pilgrims


    "In his new collection, CONEY ISLAND PILGRIMS, John Hennessy does more than catalogue the things of this world; he sanctifies them: bruised strawberries, Kangols, an unleashed pit bull, Puccini's Suor Angelica, rainy afternoons, Big Bird." Learn More
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    Corn & Smoke


    Stories, performances, things. Learn More
  9. Corner Office

    Corner Office


    Poems by J. Hope Stein. Learn More
  10. Dangling In The Tournefortia

    Dangling In The Tournefortia


    A collection of Bukowski's longer, narrative poetry. Learn More
  11. The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses...

    Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills


    A collection of Bukowski's poetry. Learn More
  12. Death Poems

    Death Poems: Classic, Contemporary, Witty, Serious, Tear-Jerking, Wise, Profound, Angry, Funny, Spiritual, Atheistic, Uncertain, Personal, Political, Mythic, Earthy, and Only Occasionally Morbid


    Pretty much every poet in every age has written about death and dying. Along with love, it might be the most popular subject in poetry. Yet, until now, no anthology has gathered the best and most famous of these verses in one place. Learn More
  13. Difficult Weather

    Difficult Weather: Poems


    This new edition of the first full-length collection of poems by award-winning writer Rose Solari provides an important window into the origins and early influences of this now-established poet and novelist. Learn More
  14. Dispatch from the Future

    Dispatch from the Future: Poems


    Funny, surprising and lyrical, these poems range from the deserts of the Southwest to the abysses of Facebook. From online dating to beauty pageants, Greek mythology to road trips, Leigh Stein gives us resilient young women in longing and in love. Learn More
  15. The Do-Over

    Do Over


    A much anticipated third collection with poems mourning a mother figure, as well as recently deceased cultural icons. Learn More
  16. Dog City

    Dog City


    A collection of poems. Learn More
  17. Drunks and Other Poems of Recovery

    Drunks and Other Poems of Recovery


    Drunks and Other Poems of Recovery is the author's legacy to the people who saved his life. Learn More
  18. Egghead

    Egghead: Or, You Can't Survive on Ideas Alone


    A strange and charming collection of hilariously absurd poetry, writing, and illustration from one of today's most popular young comedians... Learn More
  19. Emergency Room Wrestling

    Emergency Room Wrestling


    The hospital poems of "Emergency Room Wrestling" read like a Bukowski of the ER: the voice of the author, who calls himself The Dirty Poet, reveals a disarming humor, bawdiness, and even exuberance in the urgency of illness, injury, and mortality. Learn More
  20. Erratic Facts

    Erratic Facts


    Kay Ryan—"a classic American poet" (John Freeman)—is acclaimed for her highly intelligible, deeply insightful poems. Erratic Facts is her first new collection since the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Best of It, and it is animated with her signature swift, lucid, lyrical style. Learn More
  21. Everyone I Love Is A Stranger To Someone

    Everyone I Love Is A Stranger To Someone


    Look, the future is all telepathy and disappointment and pretending we haven't always been winging it. Learn More
  22. The Father Of The Arrow Is The Thought

    Father Of The Arrow Is The Thought


    Christoper DeWeese's second book, THE FATHER OF THE ARROW IS THE THOUGHT, re-says the human against the "fucked ecosystem" of the contemporary landscape. Learn More
  23. Figures For An Apocalypse

    Figures For An Apocalypse


    “Charming where not terrifying, Figures for an Apocalypse rattles and haunts, glimpsing dystopic terror attentively, mightily, and minutely, and capturing the delicacy of ruin with grace. This book can sweep you up into a dark kind of care about the world, and probably should.” – Emily Toder, author of Science Learn More
  24. Floating Brilliant Gone

    Floating, Brilliant, Gone


    Beginning at loss and ending in reflective elation, Floating, Brilliant, Gone moves steadily through the many complicated textures of identity, anxiety, and absence. Learn More
  25. Fragile Acts

    Fragile Acts


    The world is terrifying and exhilarating. Believing firmly in the romantic notion that “embellishment is love,” Allan Peterson in Fragile Acts combines the intellectual force of T.S. Eliot and Wallace Stevens, the ethereal wonder of Robert Hass, and the tight lyric beauty of Elizabeth Bishop and Donald Hall. These steely, wide-ranging poems are at once personal and philosophical, incisive and meditative—funny, serious, compassionate and searching. Learn More

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