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The Place Where Your Soul Dwells
Poets speak the unspeakable. Carole David's poems exude the smell of life in the raw....
The Other Shore
This book of broken verses, broken thoughts, about broken feelings. This, a notebook without a...
In these gentle, perceptive lyrics, Ruth Panofsky voices the subtle intricacies of familial pleasure and...
A Queen is Holding a Mummified Cat
Mary Melfi's poem and prose pieces seem to arise from the same isolation, solitude or...
Like the narrator of Raymond Carver's poem “Shiftless,” Janet Fraser likes to sit in a...
All That Lies Between Us
Constructed in the form of a memoir, these poems take on an emotional tone as...
Anticipation and awareness bud at the start of a new life and bloom with the wondrous changes that ensue. These lyrical narrative poems rejoice at the insights, emotions, and development of a newborn and her family over a brief period of years. Crafted with an artist's eye and poet's appreciation for the profound that nestles within the mundane, this collection shimmers with reverence and clarity. The trajectory of the poems shudders and shifts when the young girl's father falls ill. With unflinching honesty and compassion, Nudelman gently unwraps luminous, triumphant moments in life's circle of birth, growth, and mortality.

"When his finger traces / the nursery mobile / his grin glows / with the tune / of the little zoo. / He puffs paternal, / pink as the tulip / belling in the dawn."
True As Moonlight

Merle Nudelman
True As Moonlight
Croton Elegies
Report on the Second Half of the Twentieth Century: Books I-IV
Courage Underground
This Nothing's Place
A Housecoat Remains
Formentera Followed by The Gardens of Suzhou
Fred Cogswell: Selected Poems
The Last Woman: Selected Poems 1991-2001