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Poetry Matters

Sale of 40% on all poetry books during the month of April.
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The Road to the Spring The Road to the Spring

"An expansive compendium of poetry spanning Austin’s literary career, which allows readers to see the development and enactment of her poetics."
Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment

Sleepless Eye A Sleepless Eye

"The ‘desert wisdom’ of the Libyan writer and novelist Ibrahim al-Koni demand our attention now more than ever."
—the National

Chronicles of Majnun Layla Chronicles of Majnun Layla

"Almost all the sensual and intellectual levels of this story end up in creating a cultural mosaic that is elegiac, supple, graceful, and profound."
—Andrei Codrescu, author of Whatever Gets You through the Night: A Story of Sheherezade and the Arabian Entertainments

All Faces but Mine All Faces but Mine

"This is a valuable contribution to the dissemination of the poetry of this iconic Palestinian voice."
Journal of the Society for Contemporary Thought and the Islamicate World

my name on his tongue: poems my name on his tongue: poems

"Using narrative style as she passionately interweaves insights about peace, war, family, nostalgia, exile, and sociopolitical conflicts among others, Halaby promotes poetry as both testimony and instrument of change."
Library Journal

Like a Man Gone Mad Like a Man Gone Mad

"This is poetry of maturity, of wisdom. . . . A beautiful book— distilled from years and years of living and writing."
—Adam Zagajewski, author of Without End: New and Selected Poems

Gilgamesh’s Snake and Other Poems

"The book is a majestic achievement for both poet and translator."
—George Szirtes, author of Reel, winner of the 2004 T. S. Eliot Prize

Berrymans Fate Berryman’s Fate

Gathering together poems by over fifty poets, Berryman’s Fate is at once a testament to John Berryman’s living presence in contemporary poetic culture and a gift on the occasion of the centenary of his birth. Contributors include Paul Muldoon, John Montague, Paula Meehan, and Martin Dyar.

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