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Not In Vain You've Sent Me Light
Not in Vain You've Sent Me Light begins with a provocative, sometimes humorous exposé of...
Everything Reminds You of Something Else
Thin is the line between dreaming and wakefulness, wellness and disorder, here and there, this...
Changing Shores
One woman's emotional and cultural journey is luxuriously illustrated in this moving collection, as she...
The Massacre Confirmed Our Worst Suspicions
The poems in The Massacre Confirmed Our Worst Suspicions were written over a 25-year period...
Trivia Thief: Selected Poems
Alberto Nessi's … strength as a poet rests with his own distinctive and daring language...
The Daring of Paradise
The Daring of Paradise reconfigures stories and images from both multiple religions and from fairy...
His poems make you forget what poetry is. Bernlef's secret is in the way he looks at things. His attention to the ordinary, to the marginal, the so-called extra literary has not only enlarged the realm of the poetic but challenges the hierarchies and preconceived notions about what is or is not considered literary. -- Dutch critic Hans Kloos

"I embrace the words like smoke light and carefree not because I love them but because they're in my way and no avoiding it. With my nose pressed against a word the typesetting comes loose and I get entangled in the moustaches and beards of words."
A Still Life: Selected Poems (1960-2010)

Bernlef, Scott Rollins
A Still Life: Selected Poems (1960-2010)
The Other Shore
Formentera Followed by The Gardens of Suzhou
A Queen is Holding a Mummified Cat
The Divine Genome
Words For What Those Men Have Done
Things That Fall
Devour Me Too
The Perfect Archive