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  • Sale! Formality of the Page final front

    The Formality of the Page
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    The Formality of the Page is a collection of powerfully personal and meditative poems tracking the difficult emotional histories of ageing, love, family, and the artist’s life.

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    Circus of Trust
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    $14.00 $11.20

    In The Circus of Trust, Mark Tardi implicates us all in a pastoral of detritus where “the same indifferent sun” unflinchingly tracks devastation as part of the most routine actions. Whether the violence is architectural, biological, geological, or technological, we’re warned that atrocity is the most resilient form of human currency…

  • Sale! From the Unreached

    From the Unreached Let Perception Radiate
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    $20.00 $16.00

    Domingo Notaro’s poems struggle to fix an innocent gaze on a contemporary world that appears more and more fraught with inhumanity and cruelty. They explore themes of exile, fertility, the human body’s connection to the wider cosmos, and the corrupting influence of power. Often literally scattered across the page, the poems compel the reader to become an active participant in a quest for sense and meaning.

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    Lines from a Canvas
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    Lines from a Canvas offers the public one of the best kept secrets in the world of poetry for years, the work of Jacob Miller. His poems uniquely traverse the cultural territory from Homer to the Grateful Dead, taking the reader from ancient Greece and Rome to the Holocaust to the Cold War to Vietnam to 9/11. In short, the expansive canvas of his content presents a compelling spectrum mixing classical and modern brush strokes, all while exploring experiences of love and loss, isolation and separation, as well as mortality…

  • Sale! Selected Poems

    Selected Poems
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    $14.95 $11.20

    “There’s no harm in that, if they want me to be a postmodernist I’ll settle for it, what the hell, the poem won’t be any better or worse for it.” —Milan Jesih

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    Soy Realidad
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    $14.95 $11.21

    “Playful and brooding, meditative and declamatory, these poems affirm Šalamun’s status as a major Central European poet.” — The New Yorker

  • Sale! 15647100135230L

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    $16.95 $13.56

    A disturbing document and a powerful, poetic masterpiece, transcript shows us that the Holocaust was not “unspeakable,” but was an eminently describable and described act…

  • Sale! 15647100512260L

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    $12.50 $10.00

    “If someone came up and started talking

    a poem at you how would you know it

    was a poem?” So begins David Antin’s Talking, a collection of writings that defy classification. Combining a passion for storytelling and improvisation with a unique…

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    Some Thing Black
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    $12.50 $10.00

    In 1983 Jacques Roubaud’s wife Alix Cleo died at the age of 31 of a pulmonary embolism. The grief-stricken author responded with one brief poem (“Nothing”), then fell silent for thirty months.

    In subsequent years, Roubaud—poet, novelist…

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    Shorter Poems
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    $9.95 $7.96

    Gerald Burns is a leading practitioner of the long-lined, thickly textured verse. “These / long lines are long life to us, go back to Kenneth Irby’s ‘A Set’ I saw first in / a flyer from Lawrence, KS where Burroughs chats with Cage whose spitbubbles /…