“[Trethewey’s poems] dig beneath the surface of history—personal or communal, from childhood or from a century ago—to explore the human struggles that we all face.” —James H.$14.99ISBN: 9781524851156Availability: Available nowPublished: Andrews McMeel Publishing - November 5th, 2019
Falling Through Love is a heart-pounding, stomach-dropping, beautiful plunge into experiences of love, longing, and loss.
Falling Through Love submerges readers into Kichloo's deeply personal yet widely resonant experiences, exploring relationships in their most exposed and honest states.$15.95ISBN: 9781947793576Availability: Available nowPublished: Tin House Books - November 5th, 2019
From the Winner of the Whiting Award, an American Book Award, and finalist for a Lambda, Tommy Pico's Feed is the final book in the Teebs Cycle.$19.95ISBN: 9781554554652Availability: Available nowPublished: Fitzhenry & Whiteside - October 25th, 2019$16.00ISBN: 9781644450093Availability: Available nowPublished: Graywolf Press - November 5th, 2019
The stirring debut from the winner of the Cave Canem Poetry Prize, selected and introduced by Chris Abani$26.95ISBN: 9781324001782Availability: Available nowPublished: W. W. Norton & Company - October 22nd, 2019
A bold new anthology of poems that contend with the most extreme human emotions, from former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky.$19.95ISBN: 9781589881426Availability: Available nowPublished: Paul Dry Books - October 22nd, 2019
"A virtuosic, witty, charming translation of the greatest epic ever written about mice, with wonderful illustrations by Grant Silverstein. Stallings' elegant rhyming couplets are the perfect choice to honor the mousy Muse."--Emily Wilson, Professor of Classics, University of Pennsylvania$35.00ISBN: 9780300243161Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019A masterfully curated collection, drawn from a century of works in the acclaimed Yale Series of Younger Poets
The Yale Younger Poets prize is the oldest annual literary award in the United States.$20.00ISBN: 9780300246308Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019This collection about obsession and love is the 99th volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets
Richard Siken’s Crush, selected as the 2004 winner of the Yale Younger Poets prize, is a powerful collection of poems driven by obsession and love. Siken writes with ferocity, and his reader hurtles unstoppably with him.$20.00ISBN: 9780300246322Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019An examination of kinship and uprootedness, Gathering the Tribes is the first volume of poetry by Carolyn Forché and the 71st volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets
The poems in Gathering the Tribes recount experiences from the author’s adolescence and young‑adult life, closely bound to the natural cycles of the seasons, of generations,$20.00ISBN: 9780300246339Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019The first collection of poems by Robert Hass, one of contemporary American poetry’s most celebrated and widely read voices, and the 68th volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets
The winning volume in the 1972 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition is a collection of richly anecdotal, lyric poems.$20.00ISBN: 9780300246377Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019A capsule of the imaginative life of the individual, Some Trees is the 52nd volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets
Comparing him to T. S.$20.00ISBN: 9780300246407Availability: Available nowPublished: Yale University Press - October 22nd, 2019
An exploration of race and heritage, For My People is the first book by poet and novelist Margaret Walker (1915–1998) and the 41st volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets
Considered among the most important collections of poetry written by a participant in the Black Chicago Renaissance, For My People is a series of ballad poems with memorabl$20.00ISBN: 9780525561088Availability: Available nowPublished: Viking - October 15th, 2019
A beautiful collection of curated poems each individually selected to provide hope, comfort, and inspiration—the perfect gift for anyone on your list$23.99ISBN: 9781982138790Availability: Available nowPublished: Atria Books - October 8th, 2019
Cleo Wade’s second anthology of heartfelt poetry and prose builds on the wisdom of her bestselling book Heart Talk, encouraging you to remain hopeful and harness your personal power to bring positive change into our world.
Where to Begin is perfect for those who are ready to be a part of building a society rooted in love, accepta$19.95ISBN: 9781589881426Availability: Available nowPublished: Paul Dry Books - October 22nd, 2019
"A virtuosic, witty, charming translation of the greatest epic ever written about mice, with wonderful illustrations by Grant Silverstein. Stallings' elegant rhyming couplets are the perfect choice to honor the mousy Muse."--Emily Wilson, Professor of Classics, University of Pennsylvania$16.00ISBN: 9781571315106Availability: Available nowPublished: Milkweed Editions - October 8th, 2019
Taking its name from the Roman goddess of wisdom and her companion bird, Owl of Minerva turns astonishingly precise attention to the physical world, scouring it for evidence of the spiritual as the poet travels through such places as Appalachia, New England, Venice, Spain, the Caribbean, and the American Midwest.Email or call for priceISBN: 9781101908150Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock - Check back soonPublished: Everyman's Library - October 1st, 2019
A unique anthology of poems--from around the world and through the ages--that celebrate trees.$18.99ISBN: 9781627795319Availability: Available nowPublished: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) - October 8th, 2019
From award-winning poet Margarita Engle comes Dreams from Many Rivers, an middle grade verse history of Latinos in the United States, told through many voices, and featuring illustrations by Beatriz Gutierrez Hernandez.$16.00ISBN: 9781644450048Availability: Available nowPublished: Graywolf Press - October 1st, 2019
The newest collection from “one of America’s most dazzling poets” (O, The Oprah Magazine)$17.00ISBN: 9781942683896Availability: Available nowPublished: BOA Editions - October 8th, 2019
Winner of the Isabella Gardner Award$16.00ISBN: 9781943735631Availability: Available nowPublished: Button Poetry - October 1st, 2019
Swallowtail greets trauma with a force, one determined to relearn self love, it bends willfully into healing to save itself. Brenna Twohy closely examines popular culture and lays bare its indiscriminate effects on young women.$16.99ISBN: 9780062930217Availability: Available nowPublished: Ecco - October 1st, 2019
A moving and kinetic collection of poetry from the 2018 winner of the National Poetry Series, selected by Monica Youn$14.99ISBN: 9781982121259Availability: Available nowPublished: Gallery Books - October 1st, 2019
From the Instagram poet and author of the exquisite Please Don’t Go Before I Get Better comes a gorgeous poetry and prose collection that explores the meaning of “home” and the profound discovery of finding it within oneself—perfect for fans of Rupi Kaur and Amanda Lovelace.
In this stunning third collection from Madisen Kuhn, Madisen eloquently$14.99ISBN: 9781984856630Availability: Available nowPublished: Ten Speed Press - October 1st, 2019
A fascinating little illustrated series of 118 haiku about the Periodic Table of Elements, one for each element, plus a closing haiku for element 119 (not yet synthesized).$19.95ISBN: 9781642590258Availability: Available nowPublished: Haymarket Books - October 15th, 2019
Powerhouse, world-renowned LGBTQ poet and spoken-word artist Staceyann Chin curates the first full-length collection of her poems.
Crossfire collects Staceyann Chin's empowering, feminist-LGBTQ-Caribbean, activist-driven poetry for the first time in a single book.$22.00ISBN: 9781556595721Availability: Available nowPublished: Copper Canyon Press - October 1st, 2019
In Solar Perplexus, Dean Young uses the surreal as the thread which weaves in and out of complications of existence. The result is a textured, honest work that grapples with what it means to love, lose, and hang in the afterward. Suddenly the boundaries of our everyday are shaken--and yet instead of being thrown off balance, our understanding is cracked open.$18.00ISBN: 9781556595622Availability: Available nowPublished: Copper Canyon Press - September 17th, 2019
After a failed push for political reform, the T'ang era's greatest prose-writer, Liu Tsung-yuan, was exiled to the southern reaches of China. Thousands of miles from home and freed from the strictures of court bureaucracy, he turned his gaze inward and chronicled his estrangement in poems. Liu's fame as a prose writer, however, overshadowed his accomplishment as a poet.$12.95ISBN: 9781604339277Availability: Available nowPublished: Cider Mill Press - September 24th, 2019
A good poetry collection has a tender soul that deals with survival, violence, love, and loss using the frailty of language. Milk and Money, the unauthorized parody of the bestselling Milk and Honey, is none of these things, but it sure is hilarious.
A good poetry collection has a tender soul that deals with survival, violence, love, and loss using the frailty of lan$18.95ISBN: 9780711241701Availability: Available nowPublished: words & pictures - September 17th, 2019This beautifully illustrated book pairs poetry with nonfiction, telling the fascinating stories of the animals who have found homes in our city landscapes across the world, from the pythons traveling Singapore's sewers to the monkeys living in India's temples.
Humans may have built towns and cities, but we aren’t the only ones who live in them.$14.99ISBN: 9781449494278Availability: Available nowPublished: Andrews McMeel Publishing - September 17th, 2019
"You cannot have a funeral for your mother without also having a funeral for yourself." This book poses the ever-lingering question: What happens when someone dies before they're able to redeem themselves?
From the bestselling & award-winning poetess, amanda lovelace, comes the finale of her illustrated duology, "things that h(a)unt." In$16.99ISBN: 9781449496210Availability: Available nowPublished: Andrews McMeel Publishing - September 17th, 2019
From actor Avan Jogia comes a raw and moving collection of poetry, stories, and art about living as a mixed-race person in a world increasingly fixated on racial identity.
In Mixed Feelings, Avan Jogia explores his complicated emotions around race, identity, religion, and family through poetry and imagery.$18.00ISBN: 9781556595622Availability: Available nowPublished: Copper Canyon Press - September 17th, 2019
After a failed push for political reform, the T'ang era's greatest prose-writer, Liu Tsung-yuan, was exiled to the southern reaches of China. Thousands of miles from home and freed from the strictures of court bureaucracy, he turned his gaze inward and chronicled his estrangement in poems. Liu's fame as a prose writer, however, overshadowed his accomplishment as a poet.$18.99ISBN: 9781982106577Availability: Available nowPublished: Scribner - September 10th, 2019
The 2019 edition of The Best American Poetry—“one of the mainstays of the poetry publication world” (Academy of American Poets)—now guest edited by Major Jackson, award-winning poet and poetry editor of the Harvard Review.
Since 1988, The Best American Poetry has been the leading anthology of contemporary American poetry.$17.99ISBN: 9781250232816Availability: Available nowPublished: St. Martin's Griffin - September 10th, 2019
The instant New York Times bestseller from the mysterious and romantic poet Atticus, Instagram sensation and author of Love Her Wild and the Dark Between Stars$16.00ISBN: 9781571315205Availability: Available nowPublished: Milkweed Editions - September 10th, 2019
Named a "Best Poetry Book of 2019" by Electric Literature, Entropy Mag, and Auburn Avenue
Named a "Favorite Book of 2019" by Lit Hub
Named a "Best Queer Book of 2019" by BuzzFeed and Book Marks$17.95ISBN: 9780691193335Availability: Available nowPublished: Princeton University Press - September 17th, 2019
A major new collection from the winner of the 2019 Frost Medal for distinguished lifetime achievement in poetry$18.95ISBN: 9780711241701Availability: Available nowPublished: words & pictures - September 17th, 2019This beautifully illustrated book pairs poetry with nonfiction, telling the fascinating stories of the animals who have found homes in our city landscapes across the world, from the pythons traveling Singapore's sewers to the monkeys living in India's temples.
Humans may have built towns and cities, but we aren’t the only ones who live in them.Email or call for priceISBN: 9781101908105Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock - Check back soonPublished: Everyman's Library - September 10th, 2019
A collection of never-before-translated poems by the widely beloved medieval Persian poet Rumi.$15.95ISBN: 9781947793439Availability: Available nowPublished: Tin House Books - September 3rd, 2019
“When an author’s unmitigated brilliance shows up on every page, it’s tempting to skip a description and just say, Read this! Such is the case with this breathlessly powerful, deceptively breezy book of poetry.” —Booklist, Starred Review$15.00ISBN: 9780593085646Availability: Available nowPublished: G.P. Putnam's Sons - September 3rd, 2019
Bestselling poet, writer, and Instagram sensation Nikita Gill returns with a collection of poetry and prose retelling the legends of the Goddesses, both great and small, in their own words.$20.00ISBN: 9781472966384Availability: Available nowPublished: Bloomsbury Continuum - September 3rd, 2019
A charming new collection of previously undiscovered poems by Sir John Betjeman.$17.00ISBN: 9781556595783Availability: Available nowPublished: Copper Canyon Press - September 3rd, 2019
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"In characteristically short lines and pithy, slippery language like predictive text from a lucid dream, Zapruder's fifth collection grapples with fatherhood as well as larger questions of influence and inheritance and obligation." --The New York Times$17.00ISBN: 9781984801906Availability: Available nowPublished: Dial Press Trade Paperback - August 20th, 2019
A dazzling debut collection of raw and explosive poems about growing up in a sexist, sensationalized world, from a thrilling new feminist voice.
i’m a good girl, bad girl, dream girl, sad girl
girl next door sunbathing in the driveway
i wanna be them all at once, i wanna be
all the girls I’ve ever loved$14.99ISBN: 9780062910387Availability: Available nowPublished: HarperCollins - August 20th, 2019
Teen Instagram sensation and author of Light Filters In @poeticpoison returns with a second collection of short, powerful poems about love, forgiveness, self-discovery, and what it’s like living after a hard-fought battle with depression, in the vein of poetry collections like Milk and Honey and the princess saves herself in this one.$25.00ISBN: 9780374100292Availability: Available nowPublished: Farrar, Straus and Giroux - August 20th, 2019
Selected poems from a Nobel laureate$15.95ISBN: 9781324003014Availability: Available nowPublished: W. W. Norton & Company - August 13th, 2019
“A terrific and sometimes terrifying collection—morally complex, rhythmic, tough-minded, and original.” —Rosanna Warren, 2018 Barnard Women Poets Prize citation$9.99ISBN: 9780802855329Availability: Available nowPublished: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers - August 6th, 2019
There is a legend that describes how, at midnight on Christmas Eve, all creatures are granted the power of speech for one hour. In this rich collection, Lee Bennett Hopkins and a dozen other poets imagine what responses they might offer. The poems represent a diverse group of animals, but all come together with one singular purpose: celebrating the joy of the miraculous event.$14.95ISBN: 9780811228763Availability: Available nowPublished: New Directions - July 30th, 2019
A brilliant poetic exploration of language and gender, place, and time, seen through the mirror of exile$18.00ISBN: 9781501182839Availability: Available nowPublished: Scribner - July 9th, 2019
Edith Wharton, the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with her novel The Age of Innocence, was also a brilliant poet.$17.95ISBN: 9781597096171Availability: Available nowPublished: Red Hen Press - July 9th, 2019
This full collection of fifty-six poems reflecting on the concept of self, loss, fragility, and the constructs we must create in order to face the transient nature of life was named a finalist in the National Poetry Series, The New Issues Poetry Prize, The Four Way Books Intro Prize, and others. It was also listed as a "remarkable work" in the Tupelo Press 2012 open submission period
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Published: Mariner Books - November 5th, 2019