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- Alice Pettway

No matter how far life draws us from home, the tug of the familiar is always there, turning our eyes and our steps. In Moth—Alice Pettway’s second collection of poetry—the light of family and tradition is so bright ...

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One Small Sun

- Paulann Petersen

One Small Sun takes readers from a fur shop in Oregon to a Hyderabadi shrine in India’s subcontinent. Its pages contain a meditation on post-mortem photographs, an ode to the female earwig, an elegy for a grandmothe...

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Guinness on the Quay

- Richard Peabody

In Guinness on the Quay, Peabody urges the questions of what makes the contemporary landscape, the totems, myths, meccas that we share. This is a mature voice singing life observed,...

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The Moving Out: Collected Early Poems

- John Morgan

The Moving Out: Collected Early Poems brings together all the poems from John Morgan’s first three books, each of which was chosen for publication in a national competition. These poems range from masterful short ly...

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Swimming with Shadows

- Ethna McKiernan

Swimming with Shadows, Ethna McKiernan’s fourth collection of poems, returns to her earlier themes of loss—of her youngest son, of her father,  and of the pervasive losses of the homeless population with who...

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At the Kinnegad Home for the Bewildered

- Jeffrey Levine

Jeffrey Levine’s poems hover and oscillate between moments in and out of time, between states of being and nonbeing, between the body and the body within the body. “What is the imagination's job but to blur one life into the next?” Levine’s modus operandi ...

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The Fisher Queen: New & Selected Poems

- Kathryn Kirkpatrick

Drawing together poems from six award-winning collections, Kathryn Kirkpatrick introduces the best of her poetry with the voice of the Fisher Queen, the otherworldly spouse of the mythic Fisher King. Hers is a story ...

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How the Weather Was

- Jean Kavanagh

How the Weather Was, Jean Kavanagh’s second collection, describes how someone’s choices can lead to an interruption of the ordinary, moving in parallel with the seemingly steadfast lives of others.

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