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Poetry - Subjects & Themes
From the former United States Poet Laureate and New York Times bestselling author of Aimless Love, a collection of more than 125 small poems, all of them new, and each a thought or observation compressed to its emotional essence.ONE OF THE MOST ANTIC...
ISBN: 9780593632932Unabridged Download
Songs from our era of communal grief and reckoning—by the Pulitzer Prize and T. S. Eliot Prize for Poetry winner, called "a poet for these times, a powerful woman who won’t back down" (San Francisco Chronicle)."At the time of have-not, I ...
ISBN: 9780593627600Unabridged Download
A third collection that reveals an acclaimed poet further extending his range into the realm of speculative fiction, while addressing issues as varied as abolition, Black ecological consciousness, and the boundless promise of parenthoodAcross three s...
ISBN: 9780593613191Unabridged Download
A brave new collection of poems from Sandra Cisneros, the best-selling author of The House on Mango Street.It has been twenty-eight years since Sandra Cisneros published a book of poetry. With dozens of never-before-seen poems, Woman Without Shame is...
ISBN: 9780593627969Unabridged Download
“Outstanding . . . the poetry in these pages is intelligent, lyrical, as invested in the past as the present and future with witty nods to pop culture.” —Roxane Gay, author of Hunger “I’ve never read anything like i...
ISBN: 9780593588437Unabridged Download
From New York City subway encounters to memories of pickup basketball games on Fourth Street, a love letter to the past, and to all the relationships and memories our homeplaces hold, from the National Book Award finalist.“I will consider a sli...
ISBN: 9780593591932Unabridged Download
An “extraordinary” (Laurie Halse Anderson) young poet traces the lives of her foremothers in West Tennessee, from those enslaved centuries ago to her grandmother, her mother, and finally herself, in this stunning debut celebrating Black g...
ISBN: 9780593559062Unabridged Download
The American debut of an acclaimed young poet as she explores her identity as a twenty-first-century Indigenous woman. Poem by poem, Tibble carves out a bold new way of engaging history, of straddling modernity and ancestry, desire and exploitation.I...
ISBN: 9780593590225Unabridged Download
Intimate poems that explore feminine shame and violence and imagine what liberation from these threats might look like, from the award-winning author of The January Children “Endlessly compelling . . . a book that gives us courage, de...
ISBN: 9780593558966Unabridged Download
“O is so full of music and passion for life . . . Zeina Hashem Beck’s poems unfold the abundance of our world.” —Ilya Kaminsky, author of Deaf Republic From a "brilliant, absolutely essential voice" whose "poems feel like...
ISBN: 9780593588512Unabridged Download
From an award-winning poet, a new collection that endeavors to pass along what the things of the earth are telling usOver the course of his career Robert Wrigley has won acclaim for the emotional toughness, sonic richness, and lucid style of his poem...
ISBN: 9780593588499Unabridged Download
In an illuminating collection of selected poems over thirty-five years, one of our most essential American poets casts a clear eye on our politics, our places, and our heart’s hidden stories.D. Nurkse’s immigrant parents met on a boat out...
ISBN: 9780593551837Unabridged Download