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The Complete Poems of Hart Crane
Harold Bloom, Hart Crane, Mark Simon
This edition features a new introduction by Harold Bloom as a centenary tribute to the visionary of White Buildings (1926) and The Bridge (1930). Hart Crane, prodigiously gifted and tragically doom-eager, was the American peer of Shelley, Rimbaud, and...
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The Complete Poems Of Kenneth Rexroth
The Complete Poems of Kenneth Rexroth assembles all of his published longer and shorter poems, and includes a never-before-published selection of his earliest work. Rexroth's poems of nature and protest are remarkable for their erudition and biting...
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Complications
Garrett Caples
Complications is the second full-length poetry collection by Oakland-based poet Garrett Caples. Reflecting the moral disintegration of the post-9/11 world, Complications is an even wilder, darker, funnier exploration of poetic consciousness than its...
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Compression & Purity
City Lights Spotlight No. 5
Will Alexander
African American surrealism that extends from the ocean floor to the outer reaches of space.
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Concerning the Angels
Rafael Alberti
First published in Spain in the summer of 1929, Concerning the Angels (Sobre los angeles) is the great Spanish poet Rafael Alberti's masterpiece, on a par with T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land, Pablo Neruda's Residencia en la tierra, and Federico Garcia...
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A Coney Island of the Mind
50th Anniversary Edition (with CD)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
A million copies in print—translated into over a dozen languages—one of the best-selling and most popular books of poetry ever published, now available in a new hardcover edition containing a CD of the author reading his work. Ferlinghetti is a...
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Crossing the Water
Sylvia Plath
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Crush: Yale Series of Younger Poets
Richard Siken
Richard Siken's Crush, selected as this year’s winner of the Yale Younger Poets prize, is a powerful collection of poems driven by obsession. Siken writes with ferocity, and his reader hurtles unstoppably with him. His poetry is confessional, gay...
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Cunt Norton
Dodie Bellamy
In Cunt Norton, Dodie Bellamy sets her text-ravenous cut-ups loose to devour canonical voices of English literature, as found in The Norton Anthology of Poetry (1975 edition). The texts that emerge from this sexual-linguistic encounter are monstrous, beautiful, unashamed: 33 erotic love poems that lust after the very aesthetic they resist...
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Danger and Beauty
Jessica Hagedorn
Hagedorn muses about love and sex, and probes with wry humor and sharp social satire the heart-and hearbreaks-of the immigrant experience."Jessica Hagedorn is one of the best of a new generation of writers who are making American language new and who...
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Dawn of the Senses: Selected Poems
Pocket Poets Number 52
Alberto Blanco, Juvenal Acosta
Selected Poems of Alberto Blanco
An impressive selection, in bilingual format, from the work of one of Mexico's greatest contemporary writers. Born in Mexico City in 1951, Alberto Blanco is a dynamic and influential voice in the new poetry of Mexico. A musician, artist, essayist...
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Days I Moved Through Ordinary Sounds
The Teachers of WritersCorps in Poetry and Prose
Chad Sweeney
Raw, inspired testimony and work from the teachers of the National WritersCorps
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The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses over the Hills
Charles Bukowski
Poems delving into such sensitive issues as bodily harm toward bellboys; hilarious and pathetic.
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Dear Prudence
New and Selected Poems
David Trinidad
With assurance, grace, honesty and brilliant craftmanship David Trinidad writes about collecting, losing, and recollecting in poems of great energy, tenderness and formal ingenuity.

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