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  • The Ha-haby David Kirby

    LSU Press 2003; US$ 9.95

    A feature of English landscape architecture, a ha-ha is a wall at the bottom of a ditch; its purpose is to allow the presence of cows and sheep on one's lawn, but at an agreeable distance and with none of the malodorous unsightliness that proximity would bring. Similarly, The Ha-Ha, the latest offering from poet David Kirby, is both an exploration... more...

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    LSU Press 1996; US$ 19.95

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    LSU Press 2007; US$ 18.95

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  • Cold Blue Steelby Sarah Cortez

    Texas Review Press 2013; US$ 10.95

    Cold Blue Steel contains fifty lyric poems set in the world of the urban street cop in Houston, the nation?s fourth largest metropolis. In the patrol car, at scenes of suicides and DOAs, in the overtime reality of aching feet and sweating torsos, the reader experiences the hard realities and unexpected luminosities of doing America?s most dangerous... more...

  • Not Till We Are Lostby William Wenthe

    LSU Press 2003; US$ 9.95

    William Wenthe's second collection of poetry is a personal amplification of a passage from Henry Thoreau's Walden, "Not till we are lost, in other words, not till we have lost the world, do we begin to find ourselves, and realize where we are and the infinite extent of our relations." Beginning with the necessary dislocation and loss that accompany... more...

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    Coffee House Press 2013; US$ 15.99

    National Book Award finalist Patricia Smith chronicles the Great Migration through Motown music and Chicago streets. more...

  • 'Zineby Pagan Kennedy

    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...

  • The Cabinetmaker's Windowby Steve Scafidi

    LSU Press 2014; US$ 9.95

    "Dying never / ends for us. It only slowly rearranges us," writes Steve Scafidi in his poignant new collection. Inspired by his own work as a cabinetmaker -- defined by the peppery dust from the woodworker planing a walnut board, turning an oak spindle at the lathe, or honing chisels while gazing out a window -- Scafidi's poems reveal both the tenuous... more...

  • Small Disasters Seen in Sunlightby Julia B. Levine

    LSU Press 2014; US$ 9.95

    "A polished poet of extraordinary skill.... Levine is caught between wholehearted love of the world's beauty and sorrow at its unavoidable misery and suffering." -- Library Journal With an astonishing grasp of language and detail, Julia Levine enacts a visceral, lyric experience that slips wildly between and within tragedy and grace. In Small Disasters... more...