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Passenger: Selected Poems
Passenger is a selection of Antonio Porta's works that were published between 1958 and 1979....
Trivia Thief: Selected Poems
Alberto Nessi's … strength as a poet rests with his own distinctive and daring language...
Lovhers
This is the poetry by Nicole Brossard who has become well known as a lesbian...
What We Pass On: Collected Poems: 1980-2009
In What We Pass On: Collected Poems: 1980-2009, Maria Mazziotti Gillan weaves a tapestry...
Marimba Forever
The poetry in Marimba Forever is concerned with love and longing, which the author displays...
Lifeline
In these gentle, perceptive lyrics, Ruth Panofsky voices the subtle intricacies of familial pleasure and...
In her new collection, Travis Lane speaks of the 'impermanent elation' that 'a word,/ like a live fish in water, sometimes shows.' The language of Keeping Afloat flashes with wit, sensuousness, and a combination of faith (elation) and skepticism (impermanence). In a time when too many poets favour fragments or the plainest syntax, it's also a relief to read the aphorism.
Keeping Afloat

M. Travis Lane
2001
Keeping Afloat
Choice of Uppercuts, A
Untying The Apron: Daughters Remember Mothers of the 1950s
Office Politics
Parents from a Different Alphabet
When The Rapture Comes
Red Promises
Croton Elegies
Implicate Me: Short Essays on Reading  Contemporary Poems
Conceptions
Entre les fleuves
The Other Shore
To The Boneyard