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  • Talking Deadby Neil Rollinson

    Random House 2015; US$ 15.98

    Like Neil Rollinson?s earlier books, Talking Dead is a refreshment of the senses: lifting the lid on the human condition in a heartfelt celebration of the act of being , whether in moments of love or mortality, sex or feasting. In the central sequence of the book ? a meditation on the space between life and death ? the dead speak of their final... more...

  • Bright Dead Thingsby Ada Limón

    Milkweed Editions 2015; US$ 10.99

    Bright Dead Things examines the chaos that is life, the dangerous thrill of living in a world you know you have to leave one day, and the search to find something that is ultimately disorderly, and marvelous, and ours.? A book of bravado and introspection, of 21st century feminist swagger and harrowing terror and loss, this fourth collection considers... more...

  • The Bonniest Companieby Kathleen Jamie

    Pan Macmillan UK 2015; US$ 14.54

    In her extraordinary new collection, Kathleen Jamie examines her native Scotland - a country at once wild and contained, rural and urban - and her place within it. In the author's own words : "2014 was a year of tremendous energy in my native Scotland, and knowing I wanted to embrace that energy and participate in my own way, I resolved to write a... more...

  • Does Your House Have Lions?by Sonia Sanchez

    Beacon Press 2015; US$ 16.00

    Nominated for the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry Recommended Reading from Emerge An epic poem on kin estranged, the death of a brother from AIDS, and the possibility of reconciliation and love in the face of loss. more...

  • The Nerve Of Itby Lynn Emanuel

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2015; US$ 16.95

    Emanuel?s version of a ?new and selected poems? turns convention on its head. She ignores chronology, placing new poems beside old, mixing middle and early poems with recent work, and liberating all her poems from the restraints of their particular histories, both aesthetic and autobiographical. Whether writing in the comedic drag of the cartoon strip,... more...

  • Interstateby Chard deNiord

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2015; US$ 15.95

    Interstate is a collection of lyrical poems in four sections that concentrate thematically on animals, love and sex, compassion, and loss. A unifying elegiac conceit, even in the more ecstatic and humorous poems, betrays the bittersweet nature of the book's muse. Alternating between free and formal verse, the poems contain a lyrical tension in which... more...

  • Karankawaby Iliana Rocha

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2015; US$ 15.95

    Winner of the 2014 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry Selected by Joy Harjo Karankawa is a collection that explores some of the ways in which we (re)construct our personal histories. Rich in family narratives, myths, and creation stories, these are poems that investigate passage?dying, coming out, transforming, being born?as well as the gaps that also... more...

  • Wild Hundredsby Nate Marshall

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2015; US$ 15.95

    Winner of the 2014 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize Wild Hundreds  is a long love song to Chicago. The book celebrates the people, culture, and places often left out of the civic discourse and the travel guides. Wild Hundreds is a book that displays the beauty of black survival and mourns the tragedy of black death. more...

  • Subhuman Redneck Poemsby Les Murray

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 16.99

    In this collection of poems, farmers, fathers, poverty-stricken pioneers, and people blackened by the grist of the sugar mills are exposed to the blazing midday sun of Murray's linguistic powers. Richly inventive, tenderly perceptive, and fiercely honest, these poems surprise and bare the human in all of us. more...

  • Translations from the Natural Worldby Les Murray

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 8.99

    The centerpiece of this collection of poems is "Presence," a sequence of forty "translations from the natural world" about a variety of settings and their amazing denizens. Lyre birds, honeycombs, sea lions, possums, all act as spurs for Murray's protean talent for description and imitation. more...