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Stages: Selected Poems
Mary Melfi's work appears unclassifiable. There are surrealist fireworks, gnostic philosophizing, black and white humor,...
The Tough Romance
The 1979 publication of The Tough Romance established Pier Giorgio di Cicco as the foremost...
This is the poetry by Nicole Brossard who has become well known as a lesbian...
Dark Menagerie
The poems in Dark Menagerie want to encompass a radical experience of loneliness. It travels...
This Way Home: Selected and New Work
This book contains selections from Gianna Patriarca's previously published poetry books, as well as a...
Backscatter: New and Selected Poems
At the age of eighteen, Raymond Filip wrote 'I am a citizen of the world...
They were shot, transported, deported. They were hanged, or they hanged themselves. They starved, or their hearts suddenly failed, or drugs or cancer consumed them. Others lived into their nineties, one even to 103. Nicola Vulpe's Insult to the Brain transports us from the gas-seeped muck of the Somme, to a tiny apartment in Buenos Aires, to an undisclosed prison yard in Iran, and a hundred times and places in between, to join some of the last century's finest poets in their final moments: horrific, tragic, ordinary, silly, absurd. Whether it is with the minimalist Gare de Rouen, 1916, dedicated...
Insult to the Brain

Nicola Vulpe
Insult to the Brain
Les Amours difficiles
The Night Will Be Insistent: Selected Poems 1987-2002
The Missing Field
Not In Vain You've Sent Me Light
Squall: Poems in the Voice of Mary Shelley
A Queen is Holding a Mummified Cat
This Cockeyed World
A Mingus Lullaby
Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be
Mirrors and Windows
Fred Cogswell: Selected Poems
Fables for Isolated Men