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Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry

by Alastair Reid, Michael Wiegers & Mónica de la Torre Copper Canyon Press (August 19, 2013)

A sweeping and exhaustive overview of contemporary Mexican poetry.


Thunderbird

by Jane Miller Copper Canyon Press (August 26, 2013)

“Book by book, Jane miller has evolved a mode, a voice . . . entirely her own.”—M.S. Merwin


We Almost Disappear

by David Bottoms Copper Canyon Press (August 30, 2013)

Boyhood memories intermingle with the present as the poet's young daughter practices karate and his ailing father prepares to die


Selected Poems

by Robert Bringhurst Copper Canyon Press (August 26, 2013)

Robert Bringhurst is one of the world’s foremost mythologists and typographers, and “without doubt a major poet.” —Poetry


The Lover of God

by Rabindranath Tagore & Chase Twichell Copper Canyon Press (December 15, 2013)

Finally in English, Tagore's earliest poems--an erotic sequence between Lord Krisha and his young lover.


The Human Line

by Ellen Bass Copper Canyon Press (December 25, 2012)

Bass--co-author of million-seller Courage to Heal--says poetry is where she "grieves, rages, prays."


Textu

by Fady Joudah Copper Canyon Press (August 19, 2013)

Emerging in the era of text messages and tweets comes a dynamic new poetic form—the 160-character, haiku-like "textu"


On Poetry and Craft: Selected Prose

by Theodore Roethke & Carolyn Kizer Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

Roethke's prose teems with fierce intelligence and outrageous quoteable quotes.


A Palace of Pearls

by Jane Miller Copper Canyon Press (December 11, 2012)

Miller is a bold poet working from the "pure energy of language, without apology."--The Boston Book Review


Break the Glass

by Jean Valentine Copper Canyon Press (July 15, 2013)

“[Valentine’s] minimalist, elided style is like the quiet concentration of a bank robber trying to crack a safe.” —Publishers Weekly


Armored Hearts: Selected & New Poems

by David Bottoms Copper Canyon Press (July 15, 2013)

Armored Hearts, combining new poems and a selection from previous volumes, offers the power of idiomatic narrative at its naked best. "It is refreshing to read a poet who is not obliquely vague, who tells a...


Is Music: New and Selected Poems

by John Taggart Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

Gathering the best work from nearly forty years of a important innovator in American poetry


Everything Begins Elsewhere

by Tishani Doshi Copper Canyon Press (July 08, 2013)

The American debut of Tishani Doshi, an Indian poet-novelist-dancer who explores the exhilarating “underworld of longing and deliverance.”


Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado

by Antonio Machado & Willis Barnstone Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

This sweeping assessment of Machado's work confirms his place as one of the twentieth century's great poets.


Steal Away: Selected and New Poems

by C.D. Wright Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

"Wright proves herself to be one of the most complex and fascinating poets writing today." -Library Journal


The Ginkgo Light

by Arthur Sze Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

Arthur Sze incorporates history and science, Native American and Asian perspectives, into a transformative vision.


Twigs and Knucklebones

by Sarah Lindsay Copper Canyon Press (July 01, 2013)

"Lindsay's poems open doors to other worlds and other ways of seeing."--New York Times


Alight

by Fady Joudah Copper Canyon Press (July 03, 2013)

Joudah, an ER physician who worked with Doctors Without Borders, is a master storyteller who refuses to dramatize or withhold


Silk Dragon: Translations from the Chinese

by Arthur Sze Copper Canyon Press (June 14, 2013)

An insightful, accessible anthology of some of China's greatest poets.


Ambition and Survival: Becoming a Poet

by Christian Wiman Copper Canyon Press (June 14, 2013)

An intimate first book of personal essays and incisive commentary from the editor of Poetry.


Sanctificum

by Chris Abani Copper Canyon Press (June 07, 2013)

Chris Abani finds the sacred in a charged and broken world, to "build meaning from detritus."


The Redshifting Web: New & Selected Poems

by Arthur Sze Copper Canyon Press (June 14, 2013)

A comprehensive collection by one of the most intensely musical and visionary poets writing today.


Quipu

by Arthur Sze Copper Canyon Press (June 14, 2013)

Sze's poetry is bold and versatile and brings together "disparate realms of experience." -The New Yorker


One Big Self

by C.D. Wright Copper Canyon Press (June 15, 2013)

Emerging from society's most hidden and reviled structures is a poetry of majestic, riveting intensity.


Rough Day

by Ed Skoog Copper Canyon Press (June 01, 2013)

“Ed Skoog’s poetry is so ambitious…it knows how to fishtail with images and turn with ease.” —The Stranger


This Art: A Copper Canyon Ares Poetica Anthology

by Michael Wiegers Copper Canyon Press (June 01, 2013)

This anthology pays tribute to the art of poetry and Copper Canyon's 30-year dedication to publishing it.


Blue Dusk: New & Selected Poems, 1951-2001

by Madeline DeFrees Copper Canyon Press (June 07, 2013)

In carefully crafted, passionate, and elliptical language, deFrees reclaims 'her inheritance of nerve and bone'Library Journal


Duppy Conqueror: New and Selected Poems

by Kwame Dawes & Matthew Shenoda Copper Canyon Press (May 14, 2013)

“The miracle of empathy,” Kwame Dawes once said in an interview, “is the ultimate aim of my writing.”


Mean Free Path

by Ben Lerner Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

National Book Award finalist's third volume is layered with quick changes, false starts, and continuous reorientation


The Lichtenberg Figures

by Ben Lerner Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

Winner of the Hayden Carruth Award uses "broken sonnets" to explore complex juxtapositions of contemporary culture.


Mars Being Red

by Marvin Bell Copper Canyon Press (June 15, 2013)

A moving, intensely political book from a poet whose "interrogations run deep." (Poetry)


The End of the West

by Michael Dickman Copper Canyon Press (May 04, 2013)

Profiled in The New Yorker, this debut marks a talent to watch for years to come.


Darkness Sticks to Everything: Collected and New Poems

by Tom Hennen & Jim Harrison Copper Canyon Press (May 04, 2013)

"Tom Hennen's poetry is work of the highest order... I'm reminded again how deeply the earth inhabits us.” —Jim Harrison


Horses Where the Answers Should Have Been: New and Selected Poems

by Chase Twichell Copper Canyon Press (June 01, 2013)

Collecting the work of a poet whom Publishers Weekly called "a major voice in contemporary poetry."


Greenhouses, Lighthouses

by Tung-Hui Hu Copper Canyon Press (May 04, 2013)

A poetic and provocative gesture toward cinematography, Tung-Hui Hu presents the ungraspable among memory, film, and history's tantalizing ephemera


After the Point of No Return

by David Wagoner Copper Canyon Press (May 10, 2013)

“David Wagoner’s study of American nostalgias is as eloquent as that of James Wright.” —Harold Bloom


Sailing through Cassiopeia

by Dan Gerber Copper Canyon Press (April 23, 2013)

"Dan Gerber is one of our finest living poets." —Annie Dillard


Home Burial

by Michael McGriff Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

“Work has never been a literary theme park for me—it’s what I know and have known.”—Michael McGriff


Letters to Borges

by Stephen Kuusisto Copper Canyon Press (April 23, 2013)

“[Kuusisto] is a powerful writer with a musical ear for language and a gift for emotional candor.” —New York Times


Fall Higher

by Dean Young Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

"A long, breathless thank-you for life's seemingly random jumble of beauty, strangeness, tenderness and joy.” —Los Angeles Times


How Beautiful the Beloved

by Gregory Orr Copper Canyon Press (December 11, 2012)

Joy, in all its radiance and risk, is the lifeblood of this ambitious, transcendent, lyrical suite


The Pajamaist

by Matthew Zapruder Copper Canyon Press (December 11, 2012)

Founder of Verse Press, Zapruder is a leading younger poet whose work is risky, fabular, urbane.


Elegy Owed

by Bob Hicok Copper Canyon Press (April 16, 2013)

Bob Hicok’s poems jump from devastation to jubilance with "a laughter as old as humanity itself" (The New York Times).


Deepstep Come Shining

by C.D. Wright Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

A spectacular new collection by one of the most exciting and distinctive poets currently writing.


Directed by Desire: The Collected Poems of June Jordan

by June Jordan Copper Canyon Press (December 28, 2012)

Directed by Desire . . . is a powerful addition to the entire canon of American poetry.”—Booklist

Now in paperback, Directed by Desire is the definitive overview of June Jordan’s -poetry. Collecting...


Hands Washing Water

by Chris Abani Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

Abani's fourth poetry collection - a mischevious book of displacement, exile, ancestry, and subversive humor.


Wherever You Lay Your Head

by Jane Miller Copper Canyon Press (December 11, 2012)

Daring new poems by a critically acclaimed, brilliant younger poet.


Only Bread, Only Light: Poems

by Stephen Kuusisto Copper Canyon Press (December 11, 2012)

First poetry book by poet and disability activist who authored the bestseller Planet of the Blind.


What Love Comes To: New & Selected Poems

by Ruth Stone & Sharon Olds Copper Canyon Press (December 28, 2012)

A finalist for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize. “Ruth Stone is . . . a pre-eminent American poet.” —Harvard Review


Inseminating the Elephant

by Lucia Perillo Copper Canyon Press (December 18, 2012)

"Inseminating the Elephant [is] a collection of poems, often laced with humor, that examines popular culture, the limits of the human body, and the tragicomic aspects of everyday experience."—Pulitzer Prize...