The collected works of the inimitable Pulitzer Prize–winning poet
This is one of the wisest books I've read in years... --"New York Times Book Review"
The Gorgeous Nothings the first full-color facsimile edition of Emily Dickinson's manuscripts ever to appear is a deluxe edition of her late writings, presenting this crucially important, experimental late work exactly as she wrote it on scraps of envelopes.
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"America's favorite poet.""--The Wall Street Journal"
Some years ago I wrote a book about a boy named Geryon who was red and had wings and fell in love with Herakles. Recently I began to wonder what happened to them in later life. Red Doc> continues their adventures in a very different style and with changed names.
To live past the end of your myth is a perilous thing.
A reader-friendly anthology of influencethe geologic, historical, and personal history to supplement Lorine Niedecker’s poem.
I think of aspiration as the state where a poet's thrown together life-structures both invite and are breached by the poet's preoccupations known ones, new ones. It's the dream of meaningful placement and the open set.
Haiku in English is an anthology of more than 800 brilliantly chosen poems that were originally written in English by over 200 poets from around the world. Although haiku originated as a Japanese art form, it has found a welcome home in the English-speaking world.
Poetry. A new edition of Ronald Johnson's masterpiece, edited by Peter O'Leary."ARK is a metaphysical poem that could only have been written in our time, of which it displays a new vision. It is a late harvest of seeds sown by Blake, L. Frank Baum, the Bible, and Zukofsky, all in a new architecture, a wholly new voice, and even a new chemistry of words and images.