Collects essays, poetry, and images that expose the racial tensions in twenty-first century life, highlighting the slights, slips of the tongue, and intentional offensives that pervade the home, school, and popular media.
In a collection of new poems, a Pulitzer Prize winner turns her eye from the grace of the natural world to the even more mysterious landscape of the human heart.
A haunting debut that is simultaneously dreamlike and visceral, vulnerable and redemptive, and risks the painful rewards of emotional honesty.
In a turbulent world, C.D. Wright evokes a rebellious and dissonant ethos with characteristic genre-bending and expanding long-form poems. Accessing journalistic writing alongside filmic narratives, Wright ranges across seven poetic sequences, including a collaborative suite responding to photographic documentation of murder sites in New Orleans.
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A latest poetry collection by the former Poet Laureate and New York Times
best-selling author of Aimless Love
includes more than 40 new works and offers insight into the writer's use of generosity themes, playful language and insightful reflection.