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Madam St. Clair, Queen of Harlem
True story of the rise of Madame St. Clair, the Martinican refugee who took Harlem by storm…
Trusting on the Wide Air: Poems of Uruguay$25.95
Laura Chalar and Jesse Lee Kercheval, eds.
The best of contemporary and historical Uruguayan poetry.
Three Women from Haiti
The final work by the great German novelist.
“the quirky experimental richness of Maranhão’s Pre-Columbian, Amazonian, and Yoruba influences with his traditional rhymed lyrics and jazz-like syncopations.” —Colette Inez
“…a love poem, a snapshot, to the poet’s adopted country…. The air, the light, the poignancy of little girl with wooden bowl, & mystery of life next to another, a beloved partner, buzz with sharp grace.” —Anne Waldman
Absence Like Sun$17.95
Vincent A. Cellucci
“…a haunting mystery of loss, pun and assertion.” —Rodger Kamenetz
the sun a blazing zero$17.95
…within the intersections of image and word…
“…one of the finest poets writing today.” —Neeli Cherkovski
Prose poems from the author of The History of Last Night’s Dream
The Writing Irish of New York$19.95 – $32.95
Colin Broderick (ed.)
“…bursting at the seams with talent.” —T.J. English
“…the finest of contemporary writing.” —Patrick McCabe