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The Flame

by Leonard Cohen Farrar, Straus and Giroux (October 02, 2018)

“There are very, very few people who occupy the ground that Leonard Cohen walks on.” —BONO

Named a Fall Read by Esquire, The Washington Post, TIME and Vanity Fair

The Flame is the final work from Leonard...


Like

by A. E. Stallings Farrar, Straus and Giroux (September 25, 2018)

A stunning new collection by the award-winning young poet and translator

Like, that currency of social media, is a little word with infinite potential; it can be nearly any part of speech. Without it, there is...


You Only Love Me When I'm Suffering

by Jon Lupin & The Poetry Bandit St. Martin's Press (September 18, 2018)

If you’re going to let me burn,

the least you could do

is stick around

and watch the show.

You Only Love Me When I’m Suffering is a naked and powerful poetic portrait of love, heartbreak, and restoration. In...


American Journal

by Tracy K. Smith Graywolf Press (September 04, 2018)

A landmark anthology envisioned by Tracy K. Smith, Poet Laureate of the United States

American Journal presents fifty contemporary poems that explore and celebrate our country and our lives. Poet Laureate of...


Human Hours

by Catherine Barnett Graywolf Press (September 04, 2018)

The triumphant follow-up collection to The Game of Boxes, winner of the James Laughlin Award

Catherine Barnett’s tragicomic third collection, Human Hours, shuttles between a Whitmanian embrace of others and...


Return of the Gift

by Michael O'Neill Arc Publications (July 09, 2018)

Michael O'Neill's Return of the Gift is a volume about what is given and what is lost. Writing unsentimentally and with insight about powerful subjects such as the death of his mother, caring for his father,...


She Must Be Mad: the bestselling poetry debut of 2018

by Charly Cox HQ (July 12, 2018)

‘Poetry meets mental health in Charly Cox’s brave and beautiful She Must Be Mad.’ Stylist Magazine ‘Reading this book made me feel less alone.’ Mashable

She Must be Mad explores coming-of-age: the...


Poet in New York

by Federico Garcia Lorca, Greg Simon & Steven F. White Farrar, Straus and Giroux (August 14, 2018)

A newly revised edition of the insightful poetic cycle by one of the key figures of modern literature

Written while Federico García Lorca was a student at Columbia University in 1929–30, Poet in New York is...


I Find You in the Darkness

by Alfa St. Martin's Press (August 14, 2018)

Soul connection. Love. Heartbreak. Alfa knows them all, and I Find You in the Darkness will lead you down her twisting paths of passion and pain with the poetry that has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people...


American Happiness

by Jacqueline Trimble NewSouth Classics (September 28, 2016)

American Happiness is an eclectic collection of verse from a bold poet of everyday life, Jacqueline Allen Trimble. Ironically titled, the work addresses everything from the death of parents to racial tension...


It's Good Weather for Fudge: Conversing With Carson McCullers

by Sue Brannan Walker NewSouth Books (January 01, 2017)

In It’s Good Weather for Fudge:  Conversing with Carson McCullers, Sue Walker imagines a friendship and conversation with McCullers as they share memories of two women growing up in the Deep South, McCullers...


Voices Beyond Bondage: An Anthology of Verse by African Americans of the 19th Century

by Fidel Louis NewSouth Books (June 24, 2014)

Slaves in chains, toiling on master's plantation. Beatings, bloodied whips. This is what many of us envision when we think of 19th century African Americans; source materials penned by those who suffered in...


Twist

by Pippa Little Arc Publications (June 29, 2018)

Twist is a slant look at the connections binding us together – familial, social, political – in poems which range from the curious and disturbing to memories and evocations of the ordinary magic at work...


How to be a Poet

by Jo Bell Nine Arches Press (February 15, 2018)

How to be a Poet: A twenty-first century guide to writing well by Jo Bell and Jane Commane. With special guest essays from: Mona Arshi, Clive Birnie, Rishi Dastidar, Jonathan Davidson, Abi Palmer, Robert Peake...


Rope

by Khairani Barokka Nine Arches Press (November 21, 2017)

Khairani Barokka’s poetry collection, Rope, is a spellbinding and impressive debut, kaleidoscopic in detail and richly compelling. With a meticulous artist’s instinct, these finely-tuned poems ask urgent...


The Hill

by Angela France Nine Arches Press (November 23, 2017)

Angela France’s The Hill is a remarkable sequence of poems that leads us up the winding footpaths of Leckhampton Hill near Cheltenham. Here, we encounter ghosts, foxes and ancient kings. We meet the protestors...


Terms and Conditions

by Tania Hershman Nine Arches Press (December 11, 2017)

Tania Hershman’s debut poetry collection, Terms and Conditions, urges us to consider all the possibilities, and read life’s small print before signing on the dotted line. These beautifully measured poems...


All My Mad Mothers

by Jacqueline Saphra Nine Arches Press (October 19, 2017)

Jacqueline Saphra’s All My Mad Mothers (shortlisted for the 2017 TS Eliot Prize for Poetry) explores love, sex and family relationships in vivacious, lush poems that span the decades and generations. At the...


Primers Volume Two

by Ben Bransfield Nine Arches Press (January 31, 2018)

In 2016, The Poetry School and Nine Arches Press launched their nationwide Primers scheme for a second time, in search of exciting new voices in poetry, with Jacob Sam-La Rose and Jane Commane as selecting editors....


Ticker-tape

by Rishi Dastidar Nine Arches Press (January 31, 2018)

From politics to pop, from the UK to California, wherever digital heartbeats flutter and stutter, Ticker-tape is a maximalist take on 21st century living. Rishi Dastidar’s first full collection showcases one...


The Book of Tides

by Angela Readman Nine Arches Press (November 03, 2017)

The Book of Tides is treasure trove of luscious, visceral poems, full of delightful risks, utterly thrilling and always pleasurably close to the bone. These poems teem with strange and beautiful gems, the dark...


The Fetch

by Gregory Leadbetter Nine Arches Press (November 03, 2017)

Gregory Leadbetter's first full collection of poems, The Fetch, brings together poems that reach through language to the mystery of our being, giving voice to silence and darkness, illuminating the unseen. Ranging...


The Skin Diary

by Abegail Morley Nine Arches Press (November 03, 2017)

Abegail Morley's poetry collection The Skin Diary explore loss in its many forms, with unwavering, fierce and astonishing brilliance. Here are imperfect hiding places, imaginary sisters and near-impossible burdens...


Bird Sisters

by Julia Webb Nine Arches Press (November 03, 2017)

Julia Webb's Bird Sisters is a surreal journey through sisterhood and the world of the family via the natural world. Fascinated by the otherness of things, her poems expose places and relationships that are...


Bearings

by Isobel Dixon Nine Arches Press (July 22, 2016)

In her fourth collection, Isobel Dixon takes readers on a journey to far-flung and sometimes dark places. From Robben Island to Hiroshima, Egypt to Edinburgh, the West Bank and beyond, these poems are forays...


The Knowledge

by Robert Peake Nine Arches Press (July 22, 2016)

Robert Peake’s incredible eye for detail illuminates a collection of stirring and delicately attuned poems that not only roam but actively seek – travelling far and wide to all manner of places but also...


A Midlands Odyssey

by Polly Stoker Nine Arches Press (August 26, 2015)

In A Midlands Odyssey ten writers take the stories of Homer’s Odyssey and transplant them to the English Midlands. With a range of settings – from smart canalside apartments to latenight launderettes –...


The Apple Anthology

by Yvonne Reddick Nine Arches Press (December 08, 2014)

The Apple Anthology is a rich harvest of new, recent and ancient poetry, prose and visual art from a global array of writers, artists and scientists. The Anthology tells the story of how apples migrated from...


The Terrors

by Tom Chivers Nine Arches Press (April 28, 2014)

The Terrors is a sequence of imagined emails; poetic missives from the start of the 21st century to inmates at London's notorious Newgate Prison. Mimicking the tone of its primary source, The Newgate Calendar,...


Planet Shaped Horse

by Luke Kennard Nine Arches Press (October 18, 2013)

Luke Kennard’s Planet Shaped Horse is an unhinged blackcomedy poemplay from one of contemporary poetry’s most unique voices. When the (anti)hero of the piece is enduring a somewhat ‘enforced’ stay at...


Robert Lowell's Language of the Self

by Katherine Wallingford The University of North Carolina Press (July 25, 2018)

Katharine Wallingford's incisive study treats Robert Lowell's work as a poetry of self-examination and explores the ways in which he used methods common to psychoanalysis and other forms of psychotherapy in...


The Poems of Phillis Wheatley

by Phillis Wheatley The University of North Carolina Press (July 25, 2018)

For nearly thirty-five years Julian Mason's The Poems of Phillis Wheatley (1966) has been the standard edition of the poems and letters of this young black poet of eighteenth-century Boston. This new edition...


Idylls of the King

by Alfred Lord Tennyson Standard Ebooks (February 16, 2018)

The Idylls are a series of twelve long blank verse poems by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, telling the tale of Arthur and his round table. While some of them are stories of adventure and daring of the kind you’d expect...


North of Boston

by Robert Frost Standard Ebooks (February 16, 2018)

North of Boston is Robert Frost’s second collection of poetry. It includes some of his more famous poems, like “Mending Wall,” “Home Burial,” and “After Apple-Picking.”


Memory of Fire

by Clare Maynard Cambria Books (January 30, 2018)

Memory of Fire is a collection of poems composed by Clare Maynard while traveling between Wales and Germany and in other parts of Europe over a period of ten years. The majority of the poems were written in...


Vaudeville in the Dark: Poems

by R. M. Ryan LSU Press (September 01, 2010)

Vaudeville in the Dark is R. M. Ryan's dance to the music of our times, his search for salvation in poetry. Sometimes funny, sometimes somber, the world of Vaudeville in the Dark ranges from an elegy on the...


Heredities: Poems

by J. Michael LSU Press (May 01, 2010)

In his Walt Whitman Award-winning first book, J. Michael Martinez re-envisions Latino poetics and its current conceptions of cultural identity. Heredities seeks to speak beyond codified aesthetics and dictating...


The Martyrdom of Abolitionist Charles Torrey

A Walk in Victoria's Secret: Poems

by Kate Daniels LSU Press (November 01, 2010)

With A Walk in Victoria's Secret, Kate Daniels crafts a bold, brassy, yet delicate vision of a woman's growth. Imbued with a unique poetic voice that is utterly feminist, these poems possess a fiery intensity...


Overlook: Poems

by Stephen Sandy LSU Press (September 01, 2010)

This powerful collection explores love and death, success and failure, war and other disasters, with appropriate measures of wit and grief. Profound and rewarding, Overlook showcases the gifts of a master poet...


The Ninety-Third Name of God: Poems

by Anya Krugovoy Silver LSU Press (October 01, 2010)

Anya Krugovoy Silver's debut collection considers the flawed and gaudy flesh as it turns toward a beloved's embrace, toward the surgeon's knife. Her poems both celebrate the sensual world and seek to transcend...


These Extremes: Poems and Prose

by Richard Bausch LSU Press (October 01, 2009)

Many of the poems and prose in These Extremes focus on the author's family and relationships, ranging from a memorialization of his oldest sister, who died young; to prose memory pieces recalling his childhood...


Late Wife: Poems

New Poets of Native Nations

by Heid E. Erdrich Graywolf Press (July 10, 2018)

A landmark anthology celebrating twenty-one Native poets first published in the twenty-first century

New Poets of Native Nations gathers poets of diverse ages, styles, languages, and tribal affiliations to present...


Tales of Darkness and Light

by Soso Tham Open Book Publishers (April 26, 2018)

Soso Tham was an Indian poet who worked at a time when English was slowly effacing the nuances of ancient Indian culture. Now, however, in Janet Hujon’s valuable translation, English is the very medium that...


The English River

by Virginia Astley Bloodaxe Books (June 21, 2018)

Virginia Astley has been a much admired songwriter and musician since the 1980s, known for her engaging lyrics as well as for her melodious style. Now her other two passions take centre stage in this book: poetry...


A Time of Bees

by Mona Van Duyn The University of North Carolina Press (June 15, 2018)

The twenty-five poems included in this collection present a poet mature in both craft and perception and possessed of a fine capacity for being both lyric and analytic at the same time. There is no posturing,...


Meatballs for the People

by Gary Soto Red Hen Press (October 10, 2017)

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• Select packaged ARC mailing 4-6 months pre pub date to a list of 50+ reviewers, booksellers, media contacts, professors, and librarians (package...


Opening a Different Window

by Peter Sansom, Mary Madden & Richard Morley Smith Doorstop (February 22, 2015)

Opening a Different Window: A Poetry and Illness Anthology is a collection of poetry written by people with experience of chronic illness. Inspiring, challenging and sometimes funny this anthology can’t fail...


Rotten in Denmark

by Jim Pollard Smith Doorstop (February 17, 2015)

If you know there was more to the seventies than boogie nights and flares but can't quite remember what, then this is the book to fill in the gaps. Jim Pollard's first novel reads like a thriller, it has pace,...