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    • I, the Song

    • An introduction to the rich and complex classical North American poetry that grew out of and reflects Indian life before the European invasion.
    • American Indian / Poetry
    • The Gods We Worship Live Next Door

    • The 2005 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge Grace Schulman, distinguished professor of English at Baruch College, City University of New York.
    • Poetry
    • Dear Blackbird,

    • The 2006 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge J. D. McClatchy of Yale University.
    • Poetry
    • Descartes’ Nightmare

    • The 2007 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge Cole Swenson of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
    • Poetry
    • Fire Pond

    • The 2008 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge Medbh McGuckian, poet, editor, and teacher from Belfast.
    • Poetry
    • Things That Burn

    • The 2004 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge, Mark Strand, former U.S. Poet Laureate.
    • Poetry
    • Persuasions of Fall

    • The 2003 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge Ann Lauinger celebrates the quotidian in ways that are wise, uncompromising, and sometimes sly in their playfulness.
    • Poetry
    • Poetry Comes Up Where It Can

    • Selected by the poetry editor of the quarterly publication of the Natural Resources Defence Council, these poems represent a broad array of responses to the natural world—from warning to celebration—by some of the nation’s most distinguished...
    • Poetry
    • Transistor Rodeo

    • The 2009 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry recipient selected by judge Ander Monson, editor of DIAGRAM.
    • Poetry
    • In the Human Zoo

    • This volume describes encounters with a world that is both fragile and dangerous, a perilous, surreal place where not only humans but also creatures as innocuous as fireflies and owls become potential threats.
    • Poetry
    • Night Radio

    • Winner of the 2011 Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry this volume is set in L.A. and excavates the kidnapping and sexual assault of a young girl and the resulting trauma
    • Poetry
    • Scrap Iron

    • Brewin’s debut poetry volume is steeped in images of family, roots, youth, and a sense of home
    • Poetry
    • Spectator

    • A collection of poems centered on the struggle of a U.S. citizen and a Mexican citizen to find a common space and language in their relationship while navigating the U.S. immigration system, a process that sometimes requires magical thinking just...
    • Poetry
    • The Rival

    • Poems exposing a woman’s life through devastation and transcendence
    • Poetry
    • lore

    • These poems celebrate out-of-the-way places, the lore of plants, wild animals and their unknowable lives, and nearly forgotten ways of being, talking and doing.
    • Poetry

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