A reconstruction and critical interpretation of Heidegger's remarkable relationship to the poet Georg Trakl.
A collection of poems written by father and daughter during the Pandemic Year 2020.
Probing reassessment of the relation between Celan's poetry and Heidegger's thought.
Strangers and spirits intersect between surreal city streets and tactile dreams in this fourth collection from the award-winning poet.
New poems by the author of Winter Crows.
Juxtaposes five contemporary French poets, illuminating the philosophical elements of their work while making their sometimes difficult writing newly accessible.
Critical essays on the transnational Kashmiri-American poet.
Investigates how the Thai poet Angkarn Kallayanapong adapts Buddhist concepts of time to create a modern Asian aesthetic imaginary.
A volume of lyric poetry including ekphrastic works, animal poems, life studies, and found objects.
A dynamic dialogue of poetry and art that reimagines the ancient, biblical concept of sacrifice.
A creative travelogue of landscape and memory.
The poems in this book, by the way they speak to all parts of our minds, invite us to come alive and experience each movement, each emotion and action, and some statements therein, intuitively and aesthetically.
Poems that explore social and ecological struggles, personal and public nostalgia, family and solitude and seek to balance it all with hope.
A collection of poems weaving together astrology, motherhood, music, and literary history.
The first anthology of poetry, prose, and drama by second-generation Cuban American writers.
A collection of prose poems by Musan Cho Oh-hyun (1932–2018), celebrated poet-monk of the Nine Mountain school of Korean Zen.
An exploration of states of consciousness as well as journeys in the imaginal realm.
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Award for 2018, this collection unveils surrealistic imagery and apocalyptic moments to explore cityscapes external and internal.
Focuses on how nuances of poetic form alter how we have come to understand cultural aspects of time.
Argues that multiculturalism and hybridity are key components of the nation’s poetry and its culture.
Blends history and theory with practical descriptions of how spoken word poetry is taught and how to produce spoken word events.
Poems depicting the planetary tilt that shuffles the seasons, the dynamic poise of a bird hovering, the tendency to veer as we aim for the polestar but wake up awry.
Translations of selected poems by the Yiddish writer, covering the entire breadth of his career.
A collection of poetry and prose by a Hudson Valley–based group of women writers.
Presents a new window into the literary, philosophical, and theological concerns of this enigmatic thinker and writer.
The first book-length collection in English of this major Israeli poet.
Both an anthology and an informal textbook that features poetry and essays by twenty-five New York State poets.
Poetry that takes nature by surprise, observing the world while making it anew.
This poetry book is a grain of seed in light of the poet’s longing for warm human nature, and of her effort to restore it; it also bears her love for paper.
Poets and critics address the potential of language to address the increasing level of discord and precarity in the twenty-first century.
Offers the complete body of work of one of the twentieth century's greatest Russian poets for the first time in English.
Engages the global ecological crisis through a radical rethinking of what it means to inhabit the earth.
Bilingual English-German edition of second collection published by the German poet, dramatist, and philosopher Karoline von Günderrode (1780–1806).
Poems that contemplate the fraught interdependence of the human and more-than-human in an era of extreme environmental degradation.
Explores spoken word poetry as a tool for social justice, critical feminist pedagogy, and new ways of teaching.
Lyric and blank verse poetry sifting darkness in the author’s life and in the lives of others, both real and imagined.
Takes the reader on a journey through time and place, with stops along the way to visit Madame Curie, Charlie Parker, Scheherazade, Madame Bovary, Lee Harvey Oswald’s coffin, and God, among others.
A profound meditation on Leopardi’s art and thought as well as a reframing and reassertion of Negri’s own philosophical and political project of liberation.
This book presents the poetry and letters of the American writer Adelaide Crapsey (1878–1914). Her best poetry deserves to be enjoyed by a larger audience, and her letters and newly discovered biographical ...
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Award for 2015.
A poet and essayist attempt to find their bearings in a civilization lost at sea.
A collection of poems by the South Korean poet Lee Jangwook.
A poetic examination of what’s waiting just beneath everyday experience.
First book-length collection of the work of the celebrated Israeli poet.
Twenty-four contemporary writers reflect on life in New York City’s biggest underdog, the “forgotten borough” of Queens.
A multilayered study and poetic evocation of one of the world’s greatest architectural wonders, Strasbourg Cathedral.
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Award for 2014.
An eclectic collection of poems about New York City.
Poems on relationship, intimacy, and longing, the poetics of postcards, and places real and imagined.
The first collection in English of this renowned Korean poet's work.
Poems that express the wonder and challenge of being human in a conflicted world.
Poems that explore our place in the cosmos.
A selection of poems by one of Islam’s greatest poetic voices.
Uncovers a new chapter in the story of American modernist poetry.
Poems on nature and the human condition.
A unique literary anthology with contributions from former members of Kirkland College, the last established women’s college in the United States.
A collection of contemporary prose and poetry by women writers from New York’s Hudson Valley.
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Chapbook Award for 2012.
Poems and stories that stream directly from dreams and shamanic adventures in the world-behind-the-world.
In these idiosyncratic, subtly rhymed and occasionally violent lyrics, Frost runs her tongue along the edge of the knife dividing wit from rage.
Rumi’s universal approach to life is compellingly revealed in easy-to-read prose with excerpts from Rumi’s poetry.
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Chapbook Award for 2011.
The banner of humankind blows over Pacem in Terris whenever it is open. The five stripes symbolize five subdivisions of the one human race; brown, black, red, white, yellow, unite at the top, each one ...
Uses new poetic forms to explore various themes such as the nature of the self and our relations with nature.
Poems that ponder the conundrums of existence and religious faith in wartime.
Winner of the Codhill Poetry Chapbook Award for 2010.
New and selected poems on love, faith, and the African American experience.
Poetry that helps to explore the details of life.
Wisdom, this book argues, is found in the poetry of things.
Compilation of Stern’s columns from Chronogram in which he explores the intriguing concept of regional culture in its full meaning.
Poetry that sifts the possibilities of an American ethos and probes for a usable truth.
To the poet's quest for immortal vision, A Hellsmouth for Orpheus offers the longing of human desire. Raw but discreet, deliberately sensual, evoking an elusive authority, this book-length poem turns ...
sucked two small drops
& I suddenly saw
the lust of his attack
& felt its
of my life.
Poetry that reminds us to think about the experiences that made us who we are.
"Charming, enigmatic, often humorous, these half-poetic, half-philosophic vignettes condense a lifetime to its essential images. They sent me searching for my own. " –Steve Webb, Seattle writer and ...
David McCann is the Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Literature at Harvard University and the translator/editor of numerous volumes of Korean poetry. His own poetry has been published in Poetry, Ploughshares, ...
"Song Yong's strange complex stories exhibit masterful control of language and narrative drive. They explore themes of existentialism such as existential anxiety and despair and deal with the plight of ...
"Mr. Murphy is a very carful craftsman in his work, a patient and testing intelligence, one of those writers who knows precisely what he wants his style to achieve. His poetry is quite but packed, carefully ...
"Venice is so much more than canals, bridges, gondolas. It is an unbroken sequence of ever-changing moods; festive; frivolous, elegiac and melancholy, forever foreign yet totally intimate. " –from Seeing ...
This collection of poems was written between 2004 and 2009. Working with various partners Steve Clorfeine developed a form, "moving and writing," in which one person moves with eyes closed and the other ...
The fragmentary poems are of flight, written in the full fury of movement from a known habitat to one full of strangeness. The uncanny is their constant envoy. They enter into things at an obtuse angle ...
"The 42 poems in this book were culled from a 365-poem opus titled One Year. Each poem in One Year was composed according to the following method:
I would take a day--say, January 18--and, sifting through ...
The etymology of the word "missive" according to Merriam-Webster's Dictionary comes from Middle French: lettre missive, literally translated as "a letter intended to be sent. " Missives is a book composed ...
"The Sphinx, the Pyramids, the stone temples are, all of them, ultimately, as flimsy as London Bridge; our cities but tents set up in the cosmos. We pass. But what the bee knows, the wisdom that sustains ...
"Irresistible. A major force in the renaissance of storytelling in America. " —New York Times
"The Robe of Love takes us straight to the heart singing, glorious reminding us in story after story that ...
Abraham Burickson's chapbook Charlie is an exploration of what it means to find oneself living without an instruction manual in a world filled with strangers. The poems follow Charlie and Sal, two very ...
Full Moon Tide
I want to stop listening.
of making sense, of having to listen, of taking
the ocean in day after day, of holding on
to its labor; you have to let go--and it blanks out lost
The poems in this volume are experimental in nature. They came out of a study of the enneagram—a symbol best described in P. D. Ouspensky's In Search of the Miraculous. While looking for a way to experience ...
"Revisiting these 100 classic case studies, Rothenberg enlivens the process, and if he returns one to translations from the original, if his practice deepens another's practice, so much the better. " ...
Praise for Steve Clorfeine's work:
"I found myself carried by his words. ..often an unremarkable or extravagantly beautiful list of things and events was made brilliant by the attention paid to their existence. ...
"A Short Piece"
It must be that the azaleas
Bloom at dawn
And fall at dusk.
Over the low pine grove
Behind the rocks in Samchung Dong
Whenever the clouds pass.
All through April
Unnoticed by ...
"Winner of the Codhill Poetry Chapbook Award for 2009," Elizabeth Rees's Tilting Gravity shimmers like moonlight on tidewater, illuminating the ebb and flow of brokenness and recovery with rippling imagination ...
Poetry cannot perform search and rescues.
Words are not water or food or shelter.
Grief cannot put a roof over storm-refugees.
Compassion's not a substitute for action.
Come in from the wind, let ...
Riverine is a contemporary anthology of memoir, short fiction, and poetry by over seventy Hudson Valley writers.
The memoirs reflect Hudson Valley life along with life outside the U. S. Intriguing short ...
With each poem in this series, Bauman explores the life of an animal native to the Catskill region, delving into their secret suffering, fear, and determination. Through their daily struggles, he reveals ...
This anthology of contemporary poetry and memoir celebrates the Hudson River and its environs in all of its breadth and depth. It brings together sixty Hudson Valley writers who explore what it means ...
ODE TO DOGS
I am tired of hearing about dogs
used as metaphors for the uncivilized.
Imagine a world in which humans
possessed at least twenty times
as many olfactory receptors,
able to distinguish the ...
In this cruel era of killings, war and torture a powerful confirmation of what is still human in us humans.