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- tredition 2015; US$ 5.54
Neue Haiku und andere Kurzlyrik von Peter Wißmann. Streifzüge durch die Natur, Beobachtungen im Wechsel der Jahreszeiten, Begegnungen mit Menschen und immer wieder musikalische Erlebnisse - das sind die Inhalte der Dreizeiler. Das Haiku stellt die kürzeste lyrische Form der Welt dar. Ursprünglich aus Japan stammend, hat es sich bereits seit langer... more...
- Universitätsverlag Winter 2014; US$ 37.85
?I am because you are? is a key passage in ?What I Loved? (2003), contemporary American writer Siri Hustvedt?s third novel, and a recurring motif throughout both her fictional and nonfictional work. This volume examines relational identity formation in her writing, especially the relationship between self and other in photography and painting, the... more...
- Santa Fe Writer's Project 2014; US$ 3.99
Back in print for the first time in a decade, this is the hilarious autobiography of a pioneer of the 1990s zine movement. A young woman named Pagan, having just graduated from a writing program at a very prestigious university, is left with a single burning question: Now what? She then takes an unusual step by deciding to invent her new self?the... more...
- University of Pittsburgh Press 2007; US$ 14.00
After the Fall refers to the twin towers, and is Field?s ode to the events that transpired thereafter--the war in Iraq andthe attack on civil rights in America--as well as his own personal struggles over the indignities of aging. more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2015; US$ 13.05
When people we love die, somewhere in the grief there may be a sense of wonder: we can?t believe it, where have they gone, what are they now, what does that make us? We are led to question the designs and very limits of life itself. Greta Stoddart?s third collection Alive Alive O follows the human impulse to make sense of mortality. Death is reconfigured... more...
- University of Pittsburgh Press 1996; US$ 14.00
Winner of the 1996 Lambda Book Award for Lesbian Poetry. ?With poignancy, honesty, and grace, Becker contends with the messy implications of her lesbian sexuality, Jewish identity, and sister's suicide. . . . Becker is acutely aware of, and devastated by, her many losses, but emerges defiant and admirably without regret or shame.? ?Boston Review... more...
- University of Pittsburgh Press 2009; US$ 14.95
This collection is a love letter to language with poems that are drunk and filled with references to the hyperkinetic world of the twenty-first century. Yet Zeus and Hera tangle with Leda on the interstate; Ava Gardner becomes a Hindu princess; and Shiva, the Destroyer, reigns over all. English is the primary god here, with its huge vocabulary and... more...
- University of Pittsburgh Press 2010; US$ 14.95
A book of contemporary poetry exploring the fine, shifting line between faith?secular and spiritual faith?and fanaticism in an insecure age, American Fanatics is a lyrical, pop-culture inflected meditation on democracy, morality, beauty, commerce, and the cost of falling dreams. more...
- The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 25.00
In 1976 -- the bicentennial year -- Robert Penn Warren told Bill Moyers that he was "in love with America" but his love for the nation was more often than not troubled and angry. Warren once remarked that "any intelligent person is inclined to criticize his country more strongly than he will criticize anything else. And he should It's a way of criticizing... more...