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Ode to the heart smaller than a pencil eraser: poems
Author(s):Igloria, Luisa A.
Beautiful lesson of the I: poems, The
Frances Brent's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Notre Dame Review, Yale Review, and in many other journals. She was born in Chicago and was educated at Barnard College. She studied poetry at Columbia University and ...
Blue heron: poems
Why dogs stopped flying: poems
Author(s):Brewer, Kenneth W.
The solid rightness of image after image in Ken Brewer's poetry was never better than in Why Dogs Stopped Flying . His familiar style is plain-spoken, his humor reliable and self-ironic. Yet, in this collection perhaps ...
Mrs. Ramsay's knee: poems
Volume 12 in the Swenson Poetry Award Series, Mrs. Ramsay's Knee offers fresh and elegant poems by Idris Anderson, many of them ekphrastic considerations of visual works of art. Among her subjects are paintings by Rembrandt, ...
Hungry moon: poems
She took off her wings and shoes: poems
Author(s):Bishop, Suzette Marie
Suzette Marie Bishop teaches writing at Texas A & M International University. This will be her first full-length book, though she's published a chapbook and many individual poems in national poetry journals. Nominated twice ...
Hemming flames: poems
Author(s):Murphy, Patricia Colleen
Winner of the 2016 Swenson Poetry Award, this collection explores themes of pain and loss as they emerge especially within a dysfunctional family. Includes a foreword by Stephen Dunn, American poet, teacher, and essayist, ...
Neck of the world: poems
Author(s):Rzicznek, F. Daniel
Necessary light: poems
Ms. Fargnoli's heartening, disturbing, mature first book is rich with two things poetry can never have enough of: energy and wonder.