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The poems in this collection are written in the language of flowers. Louise Gluck received the Pulitzer Prize for "The Wild Iris" in 1993, and has also received the National Book Critics Award for Poetry and the Poetry Society of America's Melville Kane Award.
An edition of the "Collected Poems" of Frank O'Hara, who is a leading light of the 'New York School' and one of the most significant poets of the twentieth-century.
An erotic, humorous, inventive translation of the late Roman poet Catullus through the lens of shibari (Japanese rope bondage).
A translation of Pablo Neruda's poems that were written in "Los versos del capitan" as a celebration of his love for his third wife, Matilde Urrutia - a love affair that is itself celebrated in the acclaimed film "Il Postino".
Rebecca Elson's knowledge of astronomy is combined with autobiographical detail here in an exploration of time, space, evolution and her approaching death.
SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2014 FORWARD PRIZE FOR BEST COLLECTION The latest collection by multi-award-winning US poet, Louise Gluck.
New and selected poems by Ireland's most acclaimed contemporary female poet.
Includes poems that are based on a painting by the American artist.
A landmark gathering of the first three decades of work by America's preeminent living poet.
Includes the pieces "Girlfriend", "New Year's Greetings", "On a Red Horse", "Wires" and "Poem of the End".
Wang Wei (701-761 AD) is often spoken of, with his contemporaries Li Po and Tu Fu, as one of the three greatest poets in China's 3,000-year poetic history. He may in fact be the most immediately appealing of China's great poets. This work presents selected poems of Wang.
"There is an Anger That Moves" is written by a poet from the Caribbean.
The highly anticipated debut collection from a contributor to Carcanet's New Poetries VIII anthology.
Andrew McNeillie is a Forward Prize-shortlisted poet, nature writer and editor of the ecoliterature magazine Archipelago. His seven collections of poetry make up this timely Collected.
The first ever collection in English of Ice Age Poetry, drawn from the cave drawings and inscriptions at Lascaux, unpacking their meaning and resonance in the 21st Century.
From the bestselling author of Brooklyn, Colm Toibin's first collection of poetry explores travel, sexuality, religion and family.
The first UK publication from this acclaimed US poet, one of the outstanding lyric poets of our time.
A new collection from this widely-celebrated and much-loved poet.
Anthology celebrating the winner, shortlistees & other contributors to the second Brotherton Poetry Prize, 2020-21 (presented by the University of Leeds Poetry Centre).
The radical, French Romantic poet finds his ideal translators in Gallas and Ganz, bringing this important poet to the attention of a modern audience.
The latest collection from Olive Senior, Jamaican Poet Laureate, collects her four books of poetry alongside new work written during the pandemic.
In the Same Light translates the great poets of the Tang Dynasty and makes them at home in 21st-century English.
The much-anticipated first collection from Eric Gregory Award winner and a contributor to Carcanet's New Poetries VIII anthology.
The November-December 2021 issue of PN Review, one of the most outstanding poetry journals of our time.
Robert wells, a poet at the height of his craft, tackles themes of age and memories of youth with an intense, visual power.
A collection of essays about the art of the last thirty years from the Curator of Works at Jesus College, Cambridge.
A Collected Poems that at turns cuts and stumbles through the self-contradictions, self-deceptions, and absurdities of everyday life.
Zimbabwean poet Togara Muzanenhamo's third collection captures events and stories told through the twentieth century, encased beneath an ancient, fragile sky.
In this piercing and unforgettable memoir, the award-winning poet reflects on a year of turbulence, fear, and hope.
An autobiography emerges from this Covid diary by the celebrated novelist, short story writer, critic and playwright.