by Jack Gilbert
Gathered in this volume readers will find more than fifty years of poems by the incomparable Jack Gilbert, from his Yale Younger Poets prize-winning volume to glorious late poems, including a section of previously uncollected work.
Honeybee Poems and Paintings
by Douglas Florian
The buzz is big for Douglas Florian's new poetry collection about the unBEElieveably unique lives of honeybees--and the vital role they play in our ecosystem.Come inside the honeycomb--a busy, buzzy, bee-filled home--and learn about the ...
by Lisa Congdon
Tender Buttons, the revolutionary work of poetic modernism by Gertrude Stein, first published in 1914, is a must-read for every lover of literature. This new edition of 'Objects'--the first part of Tender Buttons--lovingly pairs Stein's ...
Join Professor Helen Vendler in her course lecture on the Yeats poem "Among School Children." View her insightful and passionate analysis along with a condensed reading and student comments on the course.<p> How does a poet repeatedly make art ...
John Ashbery's Poetry
by John Shoptaw
In readings attuned to the textual, sexual and historical specificities of Ashbery's poetic project, from "Some Trees" through the vast summation of "Flow Chart", Shoptaw introduces readers to the poet's processes of production. The first reader ...
by Reynolds Price
This volume presents the full range of Reynolds Price's poetic accomplishment over the past thirty-six years. His first three collections are brought together in their entirety; and a masterful new collection, The Unaccountable Worth of the ...
by James Dickey & Henry Hart
This collection of James Dickey's poems and prose includes choice selections of the author's poetry, fiction, and essays, as well as some early unpublished poetry and excerpts from his unfinished novel "Crux." Organized chronologically by genre, ...
A Journal in Poetry
by David Lehman
Following in the footsteps of such poets as Emily Dickinson, William Stafford, and Frank O'Hara, David Lehman began writing a poem a day in 1996 and found the experience so rewarding that he continued for the next two years. During that time, ...
by Aaron Baker
In this prize-winning collection, a debut poet evokes his childhood as the son of missionaries in Papua New Guinea. <br>Mission Work is an arresting collection of poems based on Aaron Baker's experiences as a child of missionaries living among ...
by Miranda Field
From the microcosmic wilderness of an overgrown back yard to the cool, glassed-in exhibits in a natural history museum, Swallow swoops and darts, tangling the lines we draw between the wild and the cultivated. In her debut collection, Miranda ...
Critical Reflections on the Work of June Jordan
by Valerie Kinloch & Margret Grebowicz
From her activism to her passionate writings, June Jordan (1936 - 2002) is one of the most revered American poets of our time. Jordan's writing simultaneously provokes delight and energy while urging reflection on American society and its injustices.
by Daryl Hine
by Chris, L. Wright
Take a journey into the spirit of a young black man. His rhythmic vibes, his lows, and highs because This is more than words. This is Chicken & Rise!
by W N France
Incunabulum tells the story in verse of two couples whose lives intertwine in love, loss, and obsession as they strive to create emotional and physical shelter for their children and themselves.
by James J. Woods
We were not tin soldiers, we were flesh and blood and hope. We were and are the past and future dead of uncaring politicians, even though we live, we've seen our dead who never knew of their betrayal.
by James J. Woods
A Journey in Time
by John Michael Finn
A former veteran of the Vietnam War uses poetry and prose to recount his impressions of the war. (Poetry)
by Geri Ahearn
Life's Poetic Journey is about a journey of memories through life from one poet's eyes, heart, and soul. I took life's experiences, and wrote about them as I lived them, from childhood to adult. Every poem is a painting, each poem a different ...
by C. D. Browner
by John Berry