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  • The Unknown Universityby Roberto Bolaño

    Pan Macmillan 2015; US$ 8.97

    Perhaps surprisingly to some of his fiction fans, Roberto Bolaño touted poetry as the superior art form. When asked, 'What makes you believe you're a better poet than a novelist?' Bolaño replied, 'The poetry makes me blush less'. In 1993, fearing for his health, Bolaño began collecting the poetry he had written since his arrival in Spain in... more...

  • Heresiesby Orlando Ricardo Menes

    University of New Mexico Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    The poems incorporate history, legend, and magical realism to create a cross-cultural baroque feeling. more...

  • Self-Portrait with Spurs and Sulfurby Casey Thayer

    University of New Mexico Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    Through persona poems and odes, the collection argues that the muddier the narrative, the closer the story gets to truth. more...

  • Oh How Can I Keep on Singing?by Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    When Washington Territory was created, the narrow, isolated Okanogan River Valley was considered a wasteland and an Indian reservation, the Chief Joseph Reserve, was established there. But when silver was discovered near what became Ruby City, the land was re-appropriated, and the Native Americans were moved to a more confined area. The Okanogan was... more...

  • We Never Speak of Itby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    This series of interconnected dramatic monologues illustrates the true stories of frontier women and children who were stranded on and settled along the trails to the West. Spanning the school year 1889?90, we follow the intimate day-to-day lives of a school teacher, her students, and their parents in the mythical town of Cottonwood. more...

  • Handwritingby Michael Ondaatje

    Knopf Canada 2015; US$ 18.95

    Handwriting is a collection of exquisitely crafted poems of delicacy and power ? poems about love, landscape, and the sweep of history set in the poet?s first home, Sri Lanka. The falling away of culture is juxtaposed with an individual?s sense of loss, grief, and remembrance, as Ondaatje weaves a rich tapestry of images ? the unburial of stone... more...

  • The Dust of Everyday Lifeby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    Spanning the years 1853?1933?beginning with conveyance by oxcart and ending with air travel?this series of dramatic monologues tells the story of Helen Walsh and Thomas Hodgson, whose families trekked the trails of the great migration to the West. Helen and Thomas get married, and together, tame the remote corners of the wilderness by means of their... more...

  • Morning in the Burned Houseby Margaret Atwood

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2015; US$ 16.95

    These beautifully crafted poems - by turns dark, playful, intensely moving, tender, and intimate - make up Margaret Atwood's most accomplished and versatile gathering to date, ?setting foot on the middle ground / between body and word.? Generous, searing, compassionate, and disturbing, this poetry rises out of human experience to seek a level between... more...

  • Mexico in My Heartby Willis Barnstone

    Carcanet 2015; US$ 17.49

    Willis Barnstone is a literature in himself: poet, translator, interpreter, in one year he can range from Jesus to Sappho and Borges with calm authority and good humour. He re-translates the New Testament in a version Harold Bloom describes as ‘a superb act of restoration?. Mexico in My Heart is the essential Barnstone, drawing on fourteen collections,... more...

  • Almost the Equinoxby Sarah Maguire

    Random House 2015; US$ 25.58

    * A POETRY BOOK SOCIETY SPECIAL COMMENDATION * Sarah Maguire?s first collection, Spilt Milk , established her as one of the most original voices in British poetry, and led to her being chosen as one of the New Generation Poets. Three critically acclaimed volumes have since followed ? The Invisible Mender , The Florist?s at Midnight and The... more...