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The Moon Knows No Boundary
The poems in this collection describe the survival of love and family during times of...
Ciao, Baby
This is the third collection of a triology on what the poet calls "Italian women...
The Weight
As much as a poetry collection can be “about” anything, this book is “about” unrequited...
Directory of the Vulnerable
The Directory of the Vulnerable is a book in 43 cantos about vulnerable human beings...
The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude
Jill Battson's highly anticipated collection of poems, The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude, pushes deep into...
Newer Lies
These meticulous, skillful, and endlessly revealing poems are astounding in their restraint and delicate comprehension...
Most contemporary poets wear their cultural and artistic influences on their sleeve. Picking up a book in an English language bookstore, it is easy to see where the poet is coming from, either geographically, or culturally (ironic and formal; confessional and free etc). This may seem reductive until you read a book like the one you have in your hands. Put simply, Mia Lecomte is a quietly dazzling poet on her own terms. She is fed by multiple cultures, she is widely read, but her writing is unique and absolutely genuine. You won't have read anything like this.
For The Maintenance of Landscape: Selected Poems

Mia Lecomte, Johanna Bishop, Brenda Porster
2012
For The Maintenance of Landscape: Selected Poems
Mask
Every Night of Our Lives
Inlandsis
The Other Shore
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works
Here And Not Elsewhere: Selected Poems: 1990-2010
Human Presences & Possible Futures: Selected Poems
Fugitive Horizons
Les Amours difficiles
Nomadic Trajectory
Dreaming of Lost America
Navy Blue