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Heart's Garden
A collection of haiku from one of the masters of the form.
Stone Dream
Although Madeleine Gagnon's work is firmly rooted in North American mythology, history, and culture, she...
This new take on Hindu mythology includes poems inspired by South Asian stories and covers...
Songs of Exile
The poems in Songs of Exile are not simply about geographical or political exile. They...
Quartz and Mica
A translation of a collection of poems, many of which are set in New York...
Viamerica: The Eyes
Rimanelli and Serrao meet for the first time in this collection of sonnets written under...
Jill Battson's highly anticipated collection of poems, The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude, pushes deep into the heart of the human condition. In lush and visceral language Jill explores loss, beauty, nature, Francis Bacon's ordered hoarding and the meaning of Martha Stewart. Jill's poems whisper like muted Miles Davis tunes melancholy in the ear, or shout their colours from the top of desert mesas. Many of the poems in this collection are a result of collaborative artist process with dancers, composers, singers and painters, but above all they will live in your memory like a perfect pearl long after their first reading.
The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude
This Nothing's Place
For the Baptism of Our Fragments
The All Nighter's Radio
Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be
Orioles in the Oranges
Les Âges de l'amour
Speak Only of the Moon: A New Translation of Rumi
A Queen is Holding a Mummified Cat
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
Tasting Fire
A Mingus Lullaby
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