The first poetry collection in twenty-five years by the National Book Award-winning author observes the human heart and mind while exploring subjects ranging from politics and racism to poverty and loss.
A collection of seventy-five voices speaking to a world of individuals about all the things that matter.
All of Emily Dickinson’s poems in one place, with an introduction by her niece Martha Dickinson Bianchi
On January 20, 2021, Amanda Gorman became the sixth and youngest poet to deliver a poetry reading at a presidential inauguration. Gorman captivated the nation and brought hope to viewers around the globe. Including an enduring foreword by Oprah Winfrey, this keepsake celebrates the promise of America and affirms the power of poetry.
A collection of raw, honest conversations with oneself – reminding readers to fill up on love, acceptance, community, family, and embrace change. Illustrated by the author, themes of nature and nurture, light and dark, rest here.
Las cien mejores poesías de Puerto Rico.
The collected poems of Walt Whitman
Truths about what we have lost and have yet to lose permeate this book-length poem by American Book Award winner and Fulbright scholar Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
The Collected Poems, Complete and Unabridged of Robert Frost.
At times humorous, at times controversial, sometimes poignant, and often inspirational, the Grey Court Poets write about the places, relationships, and experiences that make up our lives. The Grey Court Poets’ first anthology showcases the broad spectrum of their individual writing styles, and embodies the modern voice of the Merrimack Valley.
Ocean Vuong’s second collection of poetry looks inward, on the aftershocks of his mother’s death, and the struggle – and rewards – of staying present in the world.
In this collection, Tracy K. Smith mulls over what it means to be a citizen, a mother and an artist in a culture arbitrated by wealth, men and violence, boldly tying America’s modern moment both to our nation’s fraught founding history and to a sense of the spirit, the everlasting.
A magnificent selection of fifty poems to celebrate three-term US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s fifty years as a poet.