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All is Flesh

By Yannick Renaud
Translated by Hugh Hazelton

This volume includes Hugh Hazelton's English translations of Yannick Renaud's brilliant and dark first two books of poems, Taxidermie (2005), a discourse on time consisting of prose poems stretched to the very limits of detachment, and La Disparition des Idées (2006), a meditation ... Read more

All Is Flesh

By Yannick Renaud
Translated by Hugh Hazelton

This volume includes Hugh Hazelton's English translations of Yannick Renaud's brilliant and dark first two books of poems, Taxidermie (2005), a discourse on time consisting of prose poems stretched to the very limits of detachment, and La Disparition des Idées (2006), a meditation ... Read more

All Our Wonder Unavenged

By Don Domanski

A poet of osmosis explores the implicit relationship between matter and spirit, the interconnectedness of the universe.

In his first full-length collection since 1998's Parish of the Physic Moon, Don Domanski writes with clarity of vision. He is a poet of the holiness of subtleties, ... Read more

All the Daylight Hours

By Luke Hathaway

All the Daylight Hours, Amanda Jernigan's second poetry collection, took shape over the course of twelve years, through many changes of setting and amid a changing cast of characters encountered both face to face and in the pages of books long lived-with and loved. The poems ... Read more

All the Gold Hurts My Mouth

By Katherine Leyton

Winner, 2017 ReLit Award

Katherine Leyton's fresh and vibrant debut collection takes on the sexual politics of the twenty-first century, boldly holding up a mirror to the male gaze and interrogating the nature of images and illusions.

Confronting the forces of mass communication ... Read more

All the Lifters

By Esther Mazakian

All the Lifters is a searing exploration of female sexuality told in a new hyper-charged poetic language. Spanning from childhood to adulthood, Esther Mazakian captures the intensity of obsession and desire in a distinctive voice that singes across the page as quickly as thought, ... Read more

All the Names Between

By Julia McCarthy

Poems that form an eloquent, searching contemplation of ?the warp and weft of being and nonbeing. ?

All the Names Between is Nova Scotia poet Julia McCarthy?s meditative and crackling-with-dark-energy third collection. From her observation of ?long-horned beetles. .. rearranging ... Read more

All the People Are Pregnant

By Andrew DuBois

"So what if I left language by the pier. Metaphor’s a raft," declares Andrew DuBois as he leads readers through a fractured past and present — from "slummy memories of streets" to a "a charnelhouse (?) of possible clowns" — defamiliarizing, critiquing, and satirizing a ... Read more

All These StarsÉ And Me With No Bucket

By Holly Nelson

Holly Nelson's skill as a storyteller is presented clearly and unmistakably in her poetry. Travelling through her manuscript, we encounter old women, young mothers, dogs and dragonflies, as her verse invites us to rediscover the preciousness of our humanity. A prairie blizzard ... Read more