Tess Taylor on making poetry out of the fragments of the American past.
Can the man who coined "Seize the day" still teach us how to live vibrantly?
Sharon Olds talks about her new collection of verse and what consolation art can offer in the face of loss.
The poet and critic on her new book and the strange journeys of a reader's life.
A California haunted by death and suffused with sex is the subject of D. A. Powell's biting collection of verse.
A new collection of Philip Larkin's verse attempts to capture the acerbic poet's work in toto.
The poet's new translation of a medieval Arthurian epic -- and some new enchantments of his own.
Past and present collide in an assemblage of poems "whipped together by windstorm and fire."
A new gathering of verse
from the prizewinning poet celebrates a life on the land.
A new gathering of
Anglo-Saxon poetry in translation arrives in time for hearthside reading.
The ghosts of America's past are summoned in these books of verse.
New verse from Seamus Heaney and Paul Muldoon offers complementary visions of the poet's vocation.
The seventeenth and latest volume from one of America’s most esteemed poets explores realms of conscience and consciousness.
A rich new gathering of poetry from around the world.
In a new book of poems, the writer dives into his own youth and a nation's troubled history with love and arch wit.
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