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Maps
As a literary advocate, John Freeman is passionate, clear, analytical, and authoritative. In his first book of poetry, he maps the present by way of the past, drawing upon memories of childhood, family,...
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Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems
Pablo Neruda's lost poems—recently discovered in his archive to the delight of readers and scholars—comprise this remarkable and essential volume....
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Terrible Blooms
In this lush, disturbing second collection from Melissa Stein, exquisite images are salvaged from harm and survival. Set against the natural world’s violence—both ordinary and...
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Kindest Regards: New and Selected Poems
Four decades of poetry―and a generous selection of new work―make up this extraordinary collection by Pulitzer Prize winner Ted Kooser. Firmly rooted in the...
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John Freeman
John Freeman is an American writer and a literary critic. Freeman grew up in New York, Pennsylvania and California, and graduated from Swarthmore College. He was the editor of the literary...
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Where Now
Laura Kasischke’s long-awaited selected poems,  Where Now,  presents the breadth of her probing vision that notices then subverts the so-called “normal.” A lover of...
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Stranger on Earth
Richard Jones’s prodigious volume travels the wide arc of a lifetime in Proustian detail. He remembers a peripatetic upbringing, travels to London and Paris, separation from and reunion...
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Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry
In Dean Rader's second full-length collection, Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry, the poet considers the malleable identities of self and society -- simultaneously sculpted...
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Help Publish Ursula K. Le Guin's Final Poetry Collection!

At Copper Canyon Press, we believe that poetry is vital to language and living. Contributions to the Press enable us to publish extraordinary works of poetry, discover new voices, and engage the imaginations and intellects of readers around the world. The integrity with which we carry out our mission is only sustainable because of the support of people like you. Today, we invite you to be a part of our next big labor of love: help publish Ursula K. Le Guin’s final poetry collection. For a contribution of $25 or more, you’ll be one of the first in the world to receive a copy of the book, hot off the presses. For $100 or more, your name or the name of a loved one will be printed in every copy of So Far So Good.

When someone like Ursula K. Le Guin chooses us as her publisher, they choose you, too. You are a necessary part of the public art of making poetry books. For more information on making a contribution, contact George Knotek, Co-Publisher, at george@coppercanyonpress.org.

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Space, in Chains

by Laura Kasischke

Songs sung for all us into absurd space. Our answer is no answer other than star song birdsong, whalesong, seasong and other assorted attempts at reason.

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