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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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Natalie Diaz
Natalie Diaz, a member of the Mojave and Pima Indian tribes, attended Old Dominion University on a full athletic scholarship. After playing professional basketball in Austria, Portugal, Spain,...
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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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shattered sonnets love cards and other back handed importunities
When it was originally released, Olena Kalytiak  Davis's second collection of poetry, shattered sonnets love cards and other off and...
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Bill Porter (aka Red Pine)
Bill Porter assumes the pen name Red Pine for his translation work. He was born in Los Angeles in 1943, grew up in the Idaho Panhandle, served a tour of duty in the US Army, graduated...
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Fady Joudah
Fady Joudah is a Palestinian-American poet, translator, and physician of internal medicine. He received his medical training from the Medical College of Georgia and University of Texas, and...
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Songs of Unreason (Paperback)
Jim Harrison’s compelling and provocative  Songs of Unreason  explores what it means to inhabit the world in atavistic, primitive, and  totemistic  ways....
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War of the Foxes
“This may be the most anticipated poetry book of the last decade...expect it to haunt you.” — NPR In this long-awaited follow-up to Crush , Yale Series of Younger Poets...
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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 LostNerudaPoems.org 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 LostNerudaPoems.org for more information.

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Book of What Remains, The

by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Far from being perfectly crafted lyric gems, these poems sprawl with all the messiness of life's uncertainties. I love them because their contradictions and back-tracking seem true to the heart's ambivalence. Thanks for introducing me to#

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