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Pondering the Weight of Being: Selected Poems (1944-2013)
Critics include Orelli among the so-called post-hermetic poets, aligning him with one of Italy's most...
Black Tongue
Antonio D'Alfonso's verse is sans the ornaments or relics of mercy. He is anything but...
Deadly Nightshade: Selected Poems
Liana Langa in her poetry raises the classic existential issues of the intensity and diversity...
Newer Lies
These meticulous, skillful, and endlessly revealing poems are astounding in their restraint and delicate comprehension...
Backscatter: New and Selected Poems
At the age of eighteen, Raymond Filip wrote 'I am a citizen of the world...
Things My Mother Told Me
These poems are a breath of fresh air -- luminous, feisty, heart-breaking, and fiercely honest....
The pivotal figure of Quebec literature and publishing since the fifties, Gaston Miron in this collection first published in 1975 confirmed his reputation as one of the most important Quebecois poets. For Miron, the role of language in poetry is essential and he is primarily concerned with the relation between language, culture, and history. He sees himself as an 'anthropoet,' a gatherer and harvester of words, and at the crux of his poetry is the assertion that we are who we are because of our language. -- Dennis Egan

"The wind breathes its last in a mass of shadows/ the stars are buzzing in their blaze of bees/ and the air is soft as a squirrel's passing/ and even if the world besieges our solitudes/ you are beautiful and beautiful as a crafty fox"

Gaston Miron, Dennis Egan
This Nothing's Place
My Father's Hands Spoke In Yiddish
Startled Night
Secret Transfusions
The Clarity of Voices: Selected Poems 1974-1981
The Bread We Ate
Mirror Image
How to Sing to a Dago
Dreaming Our Space
Marie Uguay: Selected Poems 1975-1981
Courage Underground
I Found It at the Movies: An Anthology of Film Poems