"more forgetting time.
more midnight dances with yourself."
amanda lovelace, the bestselling & award-winning author of the “women are some kind of magic” poetry series, presents a new companion series, “you are your own fairy tale” the first installment, break your glass slippers, is about overcoming those who don’t see you
In this knock-out collection, Major Jackson savors the complexity between perception and reality, the body and desire, accountability and judgment.
Anne Carson’s new work that reconsiders the stories of two iconic women—Marilyn Monroe and Helen of Troy—from their point of view
“A small but monumental classic.… Because is a triumph.” —Rumpus
“Jane Kenyon had a virtually faultless ear. She was an exquisite master of the art of poetry.” —Wendell Berry
Friendship, love, and the potential energy of change animate these poems of walking through New York City.
“Urgent, varied poems… playful, surprising and sad by turns, or meditative.” —Washington Post
“Scandal and pathos abound” (The New Yorker) in this riveting account of the mother and daughter who brought Emily Dickinson’s genius to light.
Longlisted for the PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography • Finalist for the Plutarch Award
An award-winning poet, teacher, and “champion of poetry” (Neil Genzlinger, New York Times) demystifies the elusive element of voice.
An illuminating and irascible compilation of selected and new poems from National Book Award winner Gerald Stern.