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Rush of Wings: Poems 1968-1977
This is a posthumous collection of poems. Though Axel Soestmeyer did not live to see...
Tidal Fury
Tidal Fury intermeshes styles in narratorial strands. A love story -- he was “a literary...
In these gentle, perceptive lyrics, Ruth Panofsky voices the subtle intricacies of familial pleasure and...
Stone Dream
Although Madeleine Gagnon's work is firmly rooted in North American mythology, history, and culture, she...
Exile at Last: Selected Poems
Most of the poems presented here are from Rosenfarb's last book of poetry, Aroys fun...
Startled Night
Part distilled observation, part imaginative act, part spiritual expedition, the lyrically-idiosyncratic poems in Startled Night...
Grouped into four sections, the poems in this collection relate to the writer's experience of diving “into the destructive element” (in Joseph Conrad's words), naked, vulnerable, stripping off clothes, masks, and preconceptions in a process of connecting with the “creative spirit” in a way that is playful, loving, emotionally rich and wet, care-full, and spontaneous. These poems are conversations with the living, the dead, and the world itself.

"I thought of you today, / your fear of falling / down, down, / out of bed, off the edge / of the known world -- 'Snow Angel'"
Skinny-Dipping with the Muse

Ellen S. Jaffe
Skinny-Dipping with the Muse
The Missing Field
Formentera Followed by The Gardens of Suzhou
Croton Elegies
The Ecstatic Torture of Gratitude
We Come From The Same Light
Love Is Not Native to My Blood
What If Zen Gardens ...
Remembering History
Black Tongue
Fugitive Horizons