Poetry / Women Authors

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Casualty Reports

Casualty Reports

Poems

A Lament for the Casualties of Corporate Destruction, Racism, War, and Personal Loss

Brown Girl Chromatography

Brown Girl Chromatography

Winner of the 2021 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize

Imperfect Present

Imperfect Present

Poems

A New Collection on the Complexities of Modern Life from an Award-Winning Poet

The Thicket

The Thicket

Poems

Liminal Poems of Exploration and Transformation

Little Pharma

Little Pharma

Poems

Winner of the 2020 Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize in Poetry

My Wilderness

My Wilderness

Poems

Poems That Call Us to Meditate on Mortality and Our Impact on the World around Us

Cemetery Ink

Cemetery Ink

Poems

Poetry that Connects Research and History to Lived Experience while Addressing the Ethics of Representation and Appropriation

Second Story

Second Story

Poems

Pop Culture-Infused Poetry about Climate Change, Gun Violence, and Police Brutality

The Blues of Heaven

The Blues of Heaven

Poems

Poems that range from personal grief, political calamity, to deft humor, in a voice full of compassion both intimate and expansive

Holoholo

Holoholo

Poems

A Collection of Odes that Investigate What It Means to be Human and a Woman in World of Breathtaking Beauty and Terror

Poemas de amor / Love Poems

Poemas de amor / Love Poems

The First Translation of a Major Uruguayan Poet into English

The Body Wars

The Body Wars

Poems
What would it take to be home in one’s body, to walk around the world as oneself, knowing the pain within and without us? Jan Beatty boldly answers that question by making a fire map of the body. These roiling poems smack into walls of meditation, only to slide ...
Earnest, Earnest?

Earnest, Earnest?

Poems

Winner of the 2019 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize.

The Volcano and After

The Volcano and After

Selected and New Poems 2002-2019
Alicia Suskin Ostriker’s passionate voice has long been acknowledged as a vital force in American poetry. From urgent spiritual quest to biting political satire, from elegy to comedy, from celebration of the city street and the world “as a paradise might be / if we had eyes to see,” to ...
Some Glad Morning

Some Glad Morning

Poems

Teetering Between Joy and Despair, Faith and Doubt, and the Disconnect Between Lived Experience and the Written Word

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