78 pages , E C W Press , 2003 Know Your Monkey is the debut poetry collection by Toronto novelist and screenwriter Elyse Friedman. Plainspoken yet vivid, funny yet poignant, these are poems that tell stories. In 'Bleeding & Laughing at Pineway & Cummer', a group of teens 'dizzy with spring and spirits and speed' race a van through the suburbs after grade nine prom. In 'T...[Read More]
58 pages , The Roaring Lion Newcastle LTD , 2019-09-08 Hear the poet as, in a succinct moment of self-adulation, he writes: “My brain thinks faster than my words can convey. My mind works magic. Can I live this life forever?” Divided into three sections, Never Play Games with the Devil showcases a poet at the height of his powers, exploring several themes in differen...[Read More]
64 pages , The Floating Press , 2011-02-01 By all accounts, Aldous Huxley was a brilliant and voracious thinker and artist whose creative output knew no literary bounds. This volume gathers some of his best-remembered verse, including the memorable title poem, which is a sequence of 22 thematically interwoven sonnets.
48 pages , Createspace Independent Pub , 2010-05-19 The Da Vinci Poems, the second book of poetry produced by artist and writer Anthony (Tony) Crisafulli, is inspired by the classic Italian fables that can be found scribed throughout Da Vinci's famous notebooks. had been doing research on Da Vinci's Last Supper when I came across some fables in his notebooks. They were d...[Read More]
Bonjour Publishing , 2005-01-10 The poetry in A New Dish explores spirituality, relationships, and empowerment with the underlying currents of strength and grace that have become cornerstones of Cherie Burbach’s work. A New Dish will inspire you while urging you to let go of anger, envy and doubts. The poetry in this volume permeates a simplicity while subtlety urging the read...[Read More]
214 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2007-04-17 Collects American and Japanese haiku and senryu about baseball, with a brief biography about each author, in a volume in which the Japanese haiku are presented in the original Japanese, a transliterated form, and translated.
256 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2007-04-17 Presenting more than two hundred of the greatest haiku ever written about the game. There are moments in every baseball game that make fans catch their breath: the pause while a pitcher looks in for the sign, the moment a cocksure rookie gets picked off first, or the instant a batter lashes a game-winning homer into the nig...[Read More]