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The Metamorphoses of Ishtar
The imaginary world of Lebanese Canadian exiled poet Nadine Ltaif is rooted in the context...
What My Arms Can Carry
What My Arms Can Carry is Gianna Patriarca's fourth book of poetry. She returns to...
Silva Rerum
Silva: forêt, bois; parc, bosquet; un arbre ou des arbres; par ext. grande quantité, masse;...
Passenger: Selected Poems
Passenger is a selection of Antonio Porta's works that were published between 1958 and 1979....
Forecast
Shadowed with foretellings and premonitions, this collection of sometimes sombre, sometimes whimsical poems takes the...
Newer Lies
These meticulous, skillful, and endlessly revealing poems are astounding in their restraint and delicate comprehension...
A woman, following a visit to Auschwitz, meditates on the possibility -- or impossibility -- of continuing to live, following the killing of millions in death camps. The subject is not new. But Louise Dupré makes this horror present again, while at the same time emphasizing the need to go beyond it. Being a parent, as is the anonymous "you" in the book, is to both witness this horror and to raise children who are unaware of this terror, whose innocence seems to make perfect victims of them. It is to hold a child "above the flames," desperately seeking to...

"Your poem rose / from hell / one morning as words surprised you / paralyzed / in the middle of a verse"
Beyond The Flames

Louise Dupré, Antonio D'Alfonso
2014
Beyond The Flames
Daughters for Sale
Moon On Wild Grasses
When The Rapture Comes
Black Tongue
Mirror Image
Cantos North / Cantos du nord: An English-French Bilingual Edition
Nomadic Trajectory
Infrangible
Here And Not Elsewhere: Selected Poems: 1990-2010
The Law of Return
Tigers and the CEO
Elsewhere on Earth