Used Books: May 2019

Woman of the River by Claribel Alegría, translated by D. J. Flakoll ($7.50 pb, Pittsburgh, 1989)

In the Western Night: Collected Poems 1965–1990 by Frank Bidart ($13.95 pb, signed first, Noonday, 1990)

The Past Keeps Changing by Chana Bloch ($14.50 pb, inscribed, w/ personal letter laid in, Sheep Meadow, 1992)

An Ordinary Woman by Lucille Clifton ($11.50 pb, first, Random House, 1974)

For Love: Poems 1950–1960 by Robert Creeley ($37.50 pb, first, very good, Scribners, 1962)

Mirrors by Robert Creeley ($11.50 pb, first, New Directions, 1983)

Thomas & Beulah by Rita Dove ($30 pb, signed, Carnegie-Mellon, 1986)

Rebellion Is the Circle of a Lover’s Hands by Martín Espada ($13.50 pb, signed first, Curbstone, 1990)

Liberature or total literature: Collected Essays 1999–2009 by Zenon Fajfer, edited & translated from the Polish by Katarzyna Bazarnik ($12.50 pb, bilingual, Korporacja Ha!art, 2010)

Calendars by Annie Finch ($8.50 pb, Tupelo, 2003)

Instructions to the Double by Tess Gallagher ($6.50 pb, Graywolf, 1976)

Willingly by Tess Gallagher ($14.50 pb, inscribed first, Graywolf, 1984)

The Selected Poems of Federico García Lorca ($7.50 pb, New Directions, 1955)

Secrets from the Center of the World by Joy Harjo, with photographs by Stephen Storm ($8.50 pb, University of Arizona, 1989)

Opened Ground: Selected Poems 1966–1996 by Seamus Heaney ($90 hc, signed first US edition, FSG, 1998)

The Glass Anvil by Andrew Hudgins ($13.95 pb, University of Michigan, 1997)

Channel by Barbara Jordan ($11.50 pb, Beacon, 1990)

Naming Our Destiny: New & Selected Poems by June Jordan ($10.50 pb, Thunder’s Mouth, 1989)

Making Love to Roget’s Wife: Poems New & Selected by Ron Koertge ($7.50 pb, University of Arkansas, 1997)

Stitching Porcelain: After Matteo Ricci in Sixteenth-Century China by Deborah Larsen ($6.50 pb, New Directions, 1991)

Bone Flames by Colleen J. McElroy ($7.50 pb, Wesleyan, 1987)

Travelling Music by Colleen J. McElroy ($8.50 pb, signed, Story Line, 1998)

Winters without Snow by Colleen J. McElroy ($9.50 pb, I. Reed Books, 1979)

Florida Poems by Campbell McGrath ($9.50 hc, first, Ecco, 2002)

Dangers by Heather McHugh ($11.50 pb, first, Houghton Mifflin, 1977)

To the Quick by Heather McHugh ($8.50 pb, first, Wesleyan, 1987)

A World of Difference by Heather McHugh ($11.50 hc, first, Houghton Mifflin, 1981)

Pawtracks by Tim McNulty ($15 pb, Copper Canyon, 1978)

Selected Poems by Stéphane Mallarmé, translated by C. F. MacIntyre ($11.50 pb, bilingual, California, 1957)

Return and No Blame by Paula Meehan ($14.50 pb, inscribed, Beaver Row, 1984)

Shedding Silence: Poetry & Prose by Janice Mirikitani ($7.50 pb, Celestial Arts, 1987)

Crossing the Phantom River by James Masao Mitsui ($7.50 pb, Graywolf, 1978)

Empire, York Street by Erin Mouré ($12.50 pb, House of Anansi, 1979)

My Beloved Wager: Essays from a Writing Practice by Erín Moure ($12.50 pb, NeWest, 2009)

on my way by Eileen Myles ($22.50 pb, first, ex-lib, Faux Press, 2001)

Extravagaria by Pablo Neruda, translated by Alastair Reid ($11.50 pb, bilingual, very good+, University of Texas, 1993)

Selected Poems by Leslie Norris ($9.95 pb, Poetry Wales, 1986)

The Notebook of Hephaestus & Other Poems by William Oxley ($6.50 pb, Lomond, 1981)

How to Make a Terrarium by Veronica Patterson ($9.50 pb, Cleveland State, 1987)

Swan, What Shores? by Veronica Patterson ($8.50 pb, NYU, 2000)

Portraits & Repetition by Stephen Ratcliffe ($11.50 pb, Post-Apollo, 2002)

It’s go in horizontal: Selected Poems, 1974–2006 by Leslie Scalapino ($13.50 pb, first, California, 2008)

Best Tales of the Yukon by Robert W. Service ($9.50 pb, Running Press, 2003)

Anne Sexton: A Biography by Diane Wood Middlebrook ($6.50 pb, Vintage, 1992)

The Age of Huts (compleat) by Ron Silliman ($13.50 pb, first, California, 2007)

Danger on Peaks by Gary Snyder ($11.50 hc, Shoemaker & Hoard, 2004)

Darker by Mark Strand ($8.50 pb, Atheneum, [6th printing] 1979)

Barn Burned, Then by Michelle Taransky ($7.50 pb, Omnidawn, 2009)

Constant Defender by James Tate ($11.50 pb, first, Ecco, 1983)

Collected Poems by Charles Tomlinson ($9.50 pb, Oxford, 1987)

The Deleted World by Tomas Tranströmer, translated by Robin Robertson ($6.50 pb, ex-lib, FSG, 2011)

Indian Singing in 20th Century America by Gail Tremblay ($8.50 pb, inscribed, Calyx, 1990)

Smudging by Diane Wakoski ($8.50 pb, Black Sparrow, 1972)

Transcendental Studies: A Trilogy by Keith Waldrop ($12.50 pb, California, 2009)

Appalachia by Charles Wright ($9.50 hc, first, FSG, 1998)

Zone Journals by Charles Wright ($7.50 pb, Noonday, 1988)

Saturday Night at the Pahala Theatre by Lois-Ann Yamanaka ($7.50 pb, Bamboo Ridge, 1993)

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Every Shut Eye Ain’t Asleep: An Anthology of Poetry by African Americans Since 1945 edited by Michael S. Harper & Anthony Walton ($9.50 pb, first, light water damage, Little Brown & Co., 1994)

A Formal Feeling Comes: Poems in Form by Contemporary Women edited by Annie Finch ($11.50 pb, inscribed, Story Line, 1994)

From the Republic of Conscience: An International Anthology of Poetry edited by Kerry Flattley & Chris Wallace-Crabbe ($8.50 pb, White Pine, 1993)

No More Masks!: An Anthology of Poems by Women edited by Florence Howe & Ellen Bass ($6.50 pb, first, Anchor, 1973)

The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America edited by Garrett Hongo ($8.50 pb, signed by the editor, Anchor, 1993)

Western Wind: An Introduction to Poetry [Fourth Edition] by John Frederick Nims & David Mason ($30 pb, very good, clean unmarked interior, McGraw-Hill, 2000)