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  1. 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
  2. The Essential Ginsberg

    Essential Ginsberg


    Featuring the legendary and groundbreaking poem “Howl,” this remarkable volume showcases a selection of Allen Ginsberg’s poems, songs, essays, letters, journals, and interviews and contains sixteen pages of his personal photographs. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Glitter Bomb

    Glitter Bomb: Poems


    From the author of Lovely, Raspberry (Persea 2010) comes a collection of new poems which alternate between deadpan and slapstick in their madcap depictions of human foibles. Learn More
  9. The Heart Of A Comet

    Heart Of A Comet


    The Heart of a Comet is a collection of poems and short stories offering the tale of Comet, who fell from the sky unto an unfamiliar plane of existence. Learn More
  10. Hello Sunshine

    Hello Sunshine


    World-famous singer/songwriter Ryan Adams presents his second book of passionate, transcendent verse. Learn More
  11. Her Familiars

    Her Familiars


    HER FAMILIARS is Jane Satterfield's third book of poetry. This collection winds its way through civilization, history, and popular culture like a newly imagined animal and becomes a "familiar" to every reader. Learn More
  12. Hidden Water

    Hidden Water: From the Frank Stanford Archives


    Hidden Water: From the Frank Stanford Archives is 200 pages of unpublished poems, photographs, artwork, and facsimiles of typesheets, handwrtten drafts, and letters. Learn More
  13. I Am Not A Pioneer: Poems

    I Am Not A Pioneer: Poems


    Winner: 2011 Posner Poetry Book Award! Learn More
  14. I Apologize In Advance For The Awful Things I’m Gonna Do

    I Apologize In Advance For The Awful Things I’m Gonna Do


    "if you’re not ashamed / of some things you’ve done, I can / fix that. come over" Learn More
  15. I Love Science !

    I Love Science!


    Laboratory Technician of words, Shanny Jean Maney turns plain language into curious, knowledge-hungry poetry. Learn More
  16. Importance Of Being Ernest

    Importance Of Being Ernest


    Familiar and resonant, Cline's collection takes readers into a private landscape of science fiction, pop culture, and pornography. Learn More
  17. It's No Good

    It's No Good: poems / essays / actions


    Kirill Medvedev is a young Russian poet who in 2003 rejected the Moscow literary world for its corruption and irrelevance. Learn More
  18. Last Night I Dreamt I Was A DJ

    Last Night I Dreamt I Was A DJ / Anoche soñé que era un DJ


    "Tough, smart, reckless, heartfelt, and overwhelmingly alive." - Junot Díaz Learn More
  19. Last Supper

    Last Supper


    Next door to the chain stores are the cheap restaurants with chipped paint and handwritten signs which will never be featured in the Dining section of the Times. Learn More
  20. Late Parade

    Late Parade: Poems


    Aswirl with waking dreams and phantom memories, The Late Parade is a triumph of poetic imagination. Learn More
  21. Learn Then Burn 2

    Learn Then Burn 2: This Time It's Personal: Awesome Modern Poems for the Classroom


    Every state in the US has taught from this collection of poetry that shows entertaining, accessible poems with easy to grasp lessons for high school and colleges alike. Learn More
  22. Leaves of Grass

    Leaves of Grass


    When Walt Whitman self-published his Leaves of Grass in July 1855, he altered the course of literary history. One of the greatest masterpieces of American literature, it redefined the rules of poetry while describing the soul of the American character. Learn More
  23. Love Is A Dog From Hell

    Love Is A Dog From Hell


    Love poems, Bukowski-style. Learn More
  24. Love Poems

    Love Poems (New Directions)


    Sensual, earthy love poems that formed the basis for the popular movie Il Postino, now in a beautiful gift book perfect for weddings, Valentine's Day, anniversaries, or just to say "I love you!" Learn More
  25. Love, An Index

    Love, An Index


    A man disappears. The woman who loves him is left scarred and haunted. In her fierce, one-of-a-kind debut, Rebecca Lindenberg tells the story—in verse—of her passionate relationship with Craig Arnold, a much-respected poet who disappeared in 2009 while hiking a volcano in Japan. Lindenberg’s billowing, I-contain-multitudes style lays bare the poet’s sadnesses, joys, and longings in poems that are lyric and narrative, at once plainspoken and musically elaborate. Learn More

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