Every Sunday, we highlight some poetry books that have found their way onto our shelves and into our hearts.
A new volume of aphoristic prose and philosophical poetry from Etel Adnan, whose work The New York Times recently described as the "meditative heir...More Info
Benjamin's reading Surge by Etel Adnan, a staggering new book from the legendary Lebanese-American poet.
A Piece of Good News
A rich and challenging new collection from the young award-winning poetIn those days I began to see light under everybushel basket, light nearly splittingthe...More Info
The ocean has never had a biographer quite like Sue Goyette. Living in the port city of Halifax, Goyette’s days are bounded by the...More Info
Rachel's reading Ocean by perennial store-favourite Sue Goyette. Of her book, the author had this to say: “I wrote these poems because I know very little about the ocean and yet rely on it like a mirror, a compass.”.
Hera Lindsay Bird
Lindsay Hera Bird
'Without doubt the most arresting and original new young poet, on the page and in performance' - Carol Ann Duffy A Sunday Times Book...More Info
Ilya Kaminsky’s astonishing parable in poems asks us, What is silence?Deaf Republic opens in an occupied country in a time of political unrest. When...More Info
Make sure to check in next week, and happy reading!