Poetry

Blue Wherever

Blue Wherever

"In the new world, we wake up/to a bone ark bobbing on a blue wherever," Dempster writes in the title poem of this new collection, his twelfth book of poetry. >>

Blue: The Derek Jarman Poems

Blue: The Derek Jarman Poems

Keith Garebian splices together an engaging book-length portrait of a filmmaker, visual artist, poet, sexual rebel, and gardener who double-dared the conventions of art, desire, and filmmaking.... >>

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down

Both Boys Climb Trees They Can’t Climb Down is a poetry collection about lost homes. In this book, Stephanie Yorke explores a crumbling, quasi-rural landscape with both great affection and... >>

Bowling Pin Fire

Bowling Pin Fire

Andy Quan recounts a series of firsts: first time listening to Joni Mitchell's Blue, first loss of a friend, first dance with a man. Building on earlier explorations of memory, sexuality, and... >>

Cancer Songs

Cancer Songs

A moving journal in verse, Cancer Songs is poet Richard Sommer’s response to his diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer. Often, these are songs of newly discovered yearning, courage and... >>

Catchment Area

Catchment Area

Like a geographic catchment area, this debut collection by Jena Schmitt draws together influences from poetry, prose, biography, art, architecture and history into a perceptive study of the... >>

Daedalus Had a Daughter

Daedalus Had a Daughter

We all know what happened to Icarus, but what if there was one who lived to tell the tale? >>

Dungenessque

Dungenessque

Dungenessque is a compelling study of pride, shame and redemption. In this, his sixth collection, poet and practising psychiatrist Ron Charach cracks and lifts away the outer shell that protects... >>

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