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The Book by Stéphane Mallarmé, translated by Sylvia Gorelick

Click here to purchase Over the course of Mallarmé’s work and career, he became a prominent figure in the French symbolist movement, and his work influenced creators of diverse mediums. This publication contains the notes and fragments from the last decade of Mallarmé’s life and… Read More

Citizen Illegal by José Olivarez

Click here to purchase José Olivarez’s style in Citizen Illegal is inviting and dynamic, using a variety of poetic forms (stanzas, prose blocks, self-interviews) to convey the experience of a singular speaker coming of age as a first generation Mexican-American. A series of short poems called “Mexican… Read More

Indecency by Justin Phillip Reed

Click here to purchase Ofttimes, when I open a book of poems, I am asking the poet a simple question: How are you reimagining the human experience? Justin Phillip Reed answers this question. In his debut, Indecency, winner of the 2018 National Book Award, Reed… Read More

Monument: Poems New & Selected by Natasha Trethewey

Click here to purchase Like a seamless tapestry, Natasha Trethewey weaves together joy, provocation, and American history in her newest collection of poems, Monument: Poems New & Selected. Each section propels us forward as it interrogates not only the stories of Black Americans, but the… Read More

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