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The Poet, the Lion, Talking Pictures, El Farolito, a Wedding in St. Roch, the Big Box Store, the Warp in the Mirror, Spring, Midnights, Fire & All
Part study, part elliptical love song to poetics, MacArthur...
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Jim Harrison
Jim Harrison (1937-2016) was the author of over three dozen books, including Legends of the Fall and Dalva , and served as the food columnist for the magazines Brick and Esquire. He...
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Kwame Dawes
Kwame Dawes was born in Ghana in 1962 and moved with his family to Jamaica at the age of ten. His first book of poetry Progeny of Air ( Peepal Tree, 1994) won the Forward Poetry Prize for best...
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Emerging in the era of tweets and text-messages comes a new poetic form: textu . The “u” in textu echoes the one in haiku, and also emphasizes the intimate  you . A textu poem has...
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Richard Siken
Richard Siken's  first poetry collection Crush won the 2004 Yale Series of Younger Poets prize, a Lambda Literary Award, and the Thom Gunn Award, and was a finalist for the National...
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W. S. Merwin
W.S. Merwin was born in New York City in 1927 and was United States Poet Laureate in 2010. He graduated from Princeton University in 1948, where he studied with John Berryman and R.P. Blackmur...
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Jeffrey Brown
Jeffrey Brown is the chief correspondent for arts, culture, and society at PBS NewsHour . His work has taken him all over the world as he searches for the connections between news and poetry....
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When My Brother Was an Aztec
In When My Brother Was An Aztec , Natalie Diaz examines memory’s role in human identity. Each section filters memory through specific individuals and settings. The first...
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Help Publish The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda's estate has granted Copper Canyon Press exclusive North American publishing rights for a cache of recently discovered poems by the Nobel Laureate. We are calling on our community of poetry readers to help publish the lost poems of Pablo NerudaVisit to make your gift, and reserve your advance copy of this literary treasure.

The collection, Then Come Back: The Lost Nerudascheduled for release in April of 2016, will be translated by Pulitzer-finalist Forrest Gander, and include full-color, facsimile presentations of Neruda’s handwritten poems. In addition to Then Come Back, Copper Canyon Press has announced the acquisition of Pablo Neruda's first book of poems, Crepuscularioto be published in 2017. Visit for more information.

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What Love Comes To

by Ruth Stone

Poems that simmer and sear. Elusively simple, they linger in the mind long after the last word is read.

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