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I Sleep in the Arms of Your Eyes
I Sleep in the Arms of Your Eyes is a reflection on love, freely given...
Star of Free Will
Amidst the many literary movements that have characterized Italian poetry since World War II, Spaziani...
The Weight
As much as a poetry collection can be “about” anything, this book is “about” unrequited...
The Examined Life
A collection of poems, concrete poems and illustrations, The Examined Life unearths the lyricism buried...
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Domenico Capilongo continues to play with lyricism, form and language in his new poetry collection,...
For the Baptism of Our Fragments
Described as the most "conspicuous voice in Italian poetry after Eugenio Montale," Mario Luzi created...
This collection of poems tells a multi-layered story between worlds: old country vs. new, traditional life vs. modern, health vs. illness. Biello takes us on a journey between these worlds and shows us how mother, father and daughter cope with loss and re-discover each other through the difficult illness of Alzheimer's disease. Everything must change to make way for this new journey. This is the beat of her language, culture and family disappearing, but somehow, at the heart of it all, love remains.

"This poem begins in words. / As each foot treks along the path,/ walked by thousands of pilgrims before her, / is a prayer/ is a song that pulses up for all the beings on this blue planet./ We are the ones we've been waiting for./ This poem ends in silence."
A Housecoat Remains

Tina Biello
2015
A Housecoat Remains
Giant Sky of The Shepherds
News from the Blockade and Other Poems
Impromptu: A Trilingual Edition
The Herb Garden
Downtown Flirt
Under My Skin
Positions to Pray In
Heart's Garden
Aknos and Other Poems
In the Garden of I Am
Every Night of Our Lives
The Lighthouse