This collection of poems from Vermont farmer Ross Thurber is divided into four sections: "Green Popplewood," "Sunburnt Juniper," "Stag Horn Sumac," and "Snow Melt, Black Brook." Each section represents a seasonal form of succession that is both literal and abstract.
Derrick C. Brown, author of UH-OH (..".a rekindling of faith in the weird, hilarious, shocking, beautiful power of words." Joel Lovell, The New York Times) and Born in The Year of the Butterfly Knife, elevates his newest collection of writing in Hello. It Doesn't Matter. with short burst of dazzling light, dark humor and longer bouts of sorrow and rise.
2015 World Poetry Slam Champion and Woman of the World co-Champion Emtithal "Emi" Mahmoud presents her hauntingly beautiful debut poetry collection.
An impassioned call for a return to reading poetry and an incisive argument for poetry’s accessibility to all readers, by critically acclaimed poet Matthew Zapruder
At the heart of this vivid collection, Donna Masini confronts the unbearable loss of a beloved sister. Looking for solace-- or escape--in the quiet of an afternoon cinema, she investigates the ways in which movies shape our imaginations and teach us how to mold our own experiences.
Birchsong Praise for Volume I, 2012 “If you live in Vermont, then reading this anthology will be like an afternoon talk with your neighbors about familiar things; and if you used to live in Vermont, then the poems will feel like a visit it to a familiar place with its cold winters, short summers and the ever present presence of nature.” —Patrick Gillespie, PoemShape “The poets represented in thi
Reflecting on her long and celebrated career in poetry, two-time National Book Award finalist Linda Pastan was struck by the number of dogs that have appeared in her poems--whether as the primary subject or in the briefest of allusions. Dogs run through these poems, so to speak.
A beautifully illustrated book from Cleo Wade--the artist, poet, and speaker who has been called "the Millennial Oprah" by New York Magazine--that offers creative inspiration and life lessons through poetry, mantras, and affirmations, perfect for fans of the bestseller Milk & Honey.
"A lovely collection of poetry." -- Book Scrounger
"The foreword is amazing. A lovely little anthology with some beautiful poetry by some very talented women." -- From the Inside
2016 Goodreads Choice Award-winning poet Amanda Lovelace returns in the witch doesn't burn in this one -- the bold second book in her "women are some kind of magic" series.