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Mediating the interplay between sacred and secular, Mutschlecner’s poems radiate philosophically from religion to reckoning.
Heidi Lynn Staples
Staples reinvents English with her skewed ear during one skewed year using shapeshifting language and maverick humor.
The Happiness Experiment
Fishman's work marries Wordsworthian farmlife to modern complexity in lyrics celebrating love, joy, birth, and wonder.
Pioneers in the Study of Motion
Like lyric field notes from a worldwide anthropological journey, Briante's poems scrutinize human and urban situations.
In No One’s Land
Winner of the 2006 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, Ackerson-Kiely's first book lyricizes a stark, difficult world.
Tichy uses the personal to access broader political, emotional, and aesthetic issues involving the Vietnam war.
McCollough posits ethical and spiritual living as elective bondage, lyrically and linguistically examining its consequences.
An SPD #1 Best Seller Greenstreet's narrative experiment conjures a character whose mentors, dreams, and mystery reading help us know her.
Winner of the di Castagnola Award for a manuscript in progress from the Poetry Society of America.
67 Mixed Messages
Star-crossed love addressed in a classic sonnet sequence replete with contemporary references, humor, and ambiguities.
Knowledge, Forms, the Aviary
Winner of the 2005 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, selected by Carolyn Forché, this is Kelsey's first book.
The author's third book meditates on the emotional devastation occasioned by the loss of love.
Fence Above the Sea
Prose poems of grief and love, sensual and linguistically playful, fill this brilliant first book.
Miller reclaims the page and its expanse for her poetry using passion, wit, and brave intelligence.
Noah Eli Gordon
The Area of Sound Called the Subtone
Winner of the 2004 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, Gordon's work is "witty, vivid, and very, very vital."
Cur Aliquid Vidi
Continuing where his Corpus Socius (“companion body”) leaves off, Phillips pursues his poetic investigation into the life of the body human, from infancy through childbirth, aging, and death. Phillips’s shattered and reconstructed syntax results in a minimalism that poet/critic Christine … Continued
Charles O. Hartman
From the portrait on its front cover to the notes on its last page, Island composes a love-song to a single, multifarious place. A masterful poet writing in his sixth collection, Hartman harnesses the number pi to find the form … Continued
Saving the Appearances
These poems evince the mystery of the act of seeing, the beauty of the natural world, and the power of the longing that engenders its contemplation.
This multi-layered poetic work engages with Melville's Moby-Dick as well as with ideas of spiritual quest, the role of the writer, and the nature of language.
Of and Among There Was a Locus(t)
A handmade, limited-edition chapbook with an extended do-si-do binding of poems by Claudia Keelan.