Poetry

  • A cappella: Mennonite voices in poetry. 811.008 ACA
  • Acolytes. Nikki Giovanni. 811 GIO
  • Across the land and the water: new and selected poems, 1964-2001. W.G. Sebald. 831 SEB
  • After every war: twentieth-century women poets. 831 AFT
  • Almost invisible. Mark Strand. 811 STR
  • American poetry: the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 811.008 AME
  • American wits: an anthology of light verse. 811.008 AME
  • The Anchor book of Chinese poetry. 895.1 ANC
  • Angle of yaw. Ben Lerner. 811 LER
  • Angles of ascent: a Norton anthology of contemporary African American poetry. 811.008 ANG
  • The apple trees at Olema: new and selected poems. Robert Hass. 811 HAS
  • Ardency: a chronicle of the Amistad rebels … Kevin Lowell Young. 811 YOU
  • Ariel: the restored edition. Sylvia Plath. 811 PLA
  • Astonishments: selected poems of Anna Kamienska. 891.85 KAM
  • The auroras: new poems. David St. John. 811 SAI
  • Averno. Louise Gluck. 811 GLU
  • The back chamber. Donald Hall. 811 HAL
  • Ballistics: poems. Billy Collins. 811 COL
  • Bartlett’s poems for occasions. 808.81 BAR
  • Baseball haiku. 895.6 BAS
  • Behind my eyes. Li-Young Lee. 811 LEE
  • Bend, don’t shatter: poets on the beginning of desire. Y 811.008 BEN
  • The best American poetry. 811.008 BES
  • The best of it: new and selected poems. Kay Ryan. 811 RYA
  • Between heaven and Texas. 811 MEI
  • Between the heart and the land = Entre el corazon y la tierra: Latina poets in the Midwest. 811.008 BET
  • Bewilderment: new poems and translations. David Ferry. 811 FER
  • Bicycles: love poems. Nikki Giovanni. 811 GIO
  • \blak\ \al-fe bet\: poems. Mitchell L.H. Douglas. 811 DOU
  • Blood dazzler: poems. Patricia Smith. 811 SMI
  • Bloodroot: Indiana poems. Norbert Krapf. Ind. Coll. 811 KRA
  • Blue lipstick: concrete poems. John Grandits. Y 811 GRA
  • The blue tower. Tomaz Salamun. 891.841 SAL
  • Bone fires: new and selected poems. Mark Jarman. 811 JAR
  • Book of my nights: poems. Li-Young Lee. 811 LEE
  • Borrowed names: poems about Laura Ingalls Wilder, Madam C.J. Walker, Marie Curie, and their daughters. Jeannine Atkins. Y 811 ATK
  • Break, blow, burn. Camille Paglia. 821.009 PAG
  • Brenda is in the room & other poems. Craig Morgan Teicher. 811 TEI
  • The bride of E. Mary Jo Bang. 811 BAN
  • Bright wings: an illustrated anthology of poems about birds. 808.81 BRI
  • Broken hallelujahs: poems. Sean Thomas Dougherty. 811 DOU
  • Broken hearts–healing: young poets speak out on divorce. Y 811.008 BRO
  • The broken word: an epic poem of the British Empire in Kenya and the Mau Mau Uprising against it. Adam Foulds. 821 FOU
  • Burnt sugar = Caña quemada. 861.008 BUR
  • By the numbers. James Richardson. 811 RIC
  • Capacity. James McMichael. 811 MACM
  • The captain asks for a show of hands: poems. Nick Flynn. 811 FLY
  • Casey at the bat. Ernest Lawrence Thayer. 811 THA
  • Caught in the light. Linea Reimer Geiser. Ind. Coll. 811 GEI
  • Celebrations: rituals of peace and prayer. Maya Angelou. 811 ANG, CD 811 ANG
  • The chameleon couch: poems. Yusef Komunyakaa. 811 KOM
  • Chinese apples: new and selected poems. W.S. Di Piero. 811 DIP
  • The cold war: poems. Kathleen Ossip. 811 OSS
  • Collected poems. Jack Gilbert. 811 GIL
  • Collected poems. Lynda Hull. 811 HUL
  • Collected poems. Robert Lowell. 811 LOW
  • The collected poems. Sylvia Plath. 811 PLA
  • Collected poems, 1943-2004. Richard Wilbur. 811 WIL
  • Collected poems, 1947-1997. Allen Ginsberg. 811 GIN
  • The collected poems, 1956-1998. Zbigniew Herbert. 891.85 HER
  • The collected poems of C.P. Cavafy. 889.1 CAV
  • The collected poems of Lucille Clifton, 1965-2012. 811 CLI
  • The collected poems of Ted Berrigan. 811 BER
  • Come, thief: poems. Jane Hirshfield. 811 HIR
  • Comic poems. 808.81 COM
  • The common man. Maurice Manning. 811 MAN
  • Complete poems and selected letters. Hart Crane. 811 CRA
  • The continual condition: poems. Charles Bukowski. 811 BUK
  • Crave radiance: new and selected poems 1990-2010. Elizabeth Alexander. 811 ALE
  • Damnatio memoriae: erased from memory. Sebastian Barker. 821 BAR
  • Dancing with joy: 99 poems. 808.81 DAN
  • Dawn of zombie haiku. Ryan Mecum. Y 811 MEC
  • The dead Emcee scrolls. Saul Williams. 811 WIL
  • The deleted world. Tomas Transtromer. 839.71 TRA
  • Devotions. Bruce Smith. 811 SMI
  • Dizzy in your eyes: poems about love. Pat Mora. Y 811 MOR
  • Do not awaken them with hammers. Lidija Dimkovska. 891.819 DIM
  • Dogfight: the 2012 presidential campaign in verse. Calvin Trillin. 811 TRI
  • Double shadow. Carl Phillips. 811 PHI
  • Dreaming the end of war. Benjamin Alire Saenz. 811 SAE
  • Early occult memory systems of the lower Midwest. B.H. Fairchild. Y 811 FAI
  • Easy: poems. Marie Ponsot. 811 PON
  • The eco-diary of Kiran Singer. Sue Ann Alderson. Y 811 ALD
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay. Y 811 MIL
  • Elegy: poems. Mary Jo Bang. 811 BAN
  • Embryoyo. Dean Young. 811 YOU
  • Empty room with light. Ann Hostetler. Ind. Coll. 811 HOS
  • Engine empire. Cathy Park Hong. 811 HON
  • Essential pleasures: a new anthology of poems to read aloud. 808.81 ESS
  • The eternal city: poems. Kathleen Graber. 811 GRA
  • Eternal enemies. Adam Zagajewski. 891.851 ZAG
  • Every riven thing. Christian Wiman. 811 WIM
  • Evidence. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • The extraordinary tide: new poetry by American women. 811.008 EXT
  • Eyes with winged thoughts. Gordon Parks. 811 PAR
  • Face. Sherman Alexie. 811 ALE
  • Failure: poems. Philip Schultz. 811 SCH
  • Falling hard: 100 love poems by teenagers. Y 811.008 FAL
  • Famous. Kathleen Flenniken. 811 FLE
  • Fatherhood: poems about fathers. 808.819 FAT
  • Fidelity. Grace Paley. 811 PAL
  • Field o’ my dreams: the poetry of Gene Stratton-Porter. 811 STR, Ind. Coll. 811 STR
  • The fire bird. Gene Stratton-Porter. Ind. Coll. 811 STR
  • A fire in my hands. Gary Soto. Y 811 SOT
  • Fire to fire: new and selected poems. Mark Doty. 811 DOT
  • First hand. Linda Bierds. 811 BIE
  • Flies. Michael Dickman. 811 DIC
  • Flying at night. Ted Kooser. 811 KOO
  • For my remembering. Mildred Raynolds Trivers. Ind. Coll. 811 TRI
  • For the Confederate dead. Kevin Young. 811 YOU
  • Frail-Craft. Jessica Fisher. 811 FIS
  • Freedom Hill: a poem. L.S. Asekoff. 811 ASE
  • A fury of motion: poems for boys. Charles Ghigna. Y 811 GHI
  • The game of boxes: poems. Catherine Barnett. 811 BAR
  • Generations. Pattiann Rogers. 811 ROG
  • The ghost soldiers: poems. James Tate. 811 TAT
  • Girl coming in for a landing: a novel in poems. April Halprin Wayland. Y 811 WAY
  • Given: new poems. Wendell Berry. 811 BER
  • God particles. Thomas Lux. 811 LUX
  • The golden road: poems. Rachel Hadas. 811 HAD
  • Good poems: American places. 811.008 GOO
  • Great poets of World War I: poetry from the Great War. Jon Stallworthy. 821.08 STA
  • Greek lyric poetry: a new translation. 884 GRE
  • Gulf music. Robert Pinsky. 811 PIN
  • Hagar before the occupation, Hagar after the occupation: poems. Amal al-Jubouri. 892.71 JUB
  • Haiku. 895.6 HAI
  • Haiku for the single girl. Beth Griffenhagen. 811 GRI
  • Hallelujah: the poetry of classic hymns. 264.23 HAL
  • Hard times require furious dancing: new poems. Alice Walker. 811 WAL
  • Having been an accomplice. Laura Cronk. 811 CRO
  • Heart to heart: new poems inspired by twentieth-century American art. 811.008 HEA
  • Heartsongs. Mattie J.T. Stepanek. 811 STE
  • Her words: diverse voices in contemporary Appalachian women’s poetry. 811.009 HER
  • The highwayman. Alfred Noyes. Y 821 NOY
  • Holding company. Major Jackson. 811 JAC
  • Honeybee: poems & short prose. Naomi Shihab Nye. Y 811 NYE
  • Horoscopes for the dead: poems. Billy Collins. 811 COL
  • Horse latitudes. Paul Muldoon. 821 MUL
  • The house on Boulevard St.: new and selected poems. David Kirby. 811 KIR
  • Human chain. Seamus Heaney. 821 HEA
  • Human dark with sugar. Brenda Shaughnessy. 811 SHA
  • The hunchback of Neiman Marcus: a novel about marriage, motherhood, and mayhem. Sonya Sones. 811 SON
  • The hungry ear: poems of food & drink. 808.819 HUN
  • I could pee on this: and other poems by cats. Francesco Marciuliano. 811 MAR
  • I just hope it’s lethal: poems of sadness, madness, and joy. Y 811 IJU
  • I was the jukebox. Sandra Beasley. 811 BEA
  • I’m too young to be seventy. Judith Viorst. 811 VIO
  • In beauty bright. Gerald Stern. 811 STE
  • Inventions of farewell: a book of elegies. 821.008 INV
  • Invisible light: poems about God. 821.008 INV
  • Invisible presence: a walk through Indiana in photographs and poems. Norbert Krapf. Ind. Coll. 811 KRA
  • An invitation to poetry: a new Favorite Poem Project anthology. 808.81 INV
  • The Iovis trilogy: colors in the mechanism of concealment. Anne Waldman. 811 WAL
  • Iraqi poetry today. 892.7 IRA
  • Ireland’s love poems. 821.008 IRE
  • Isn’t it romantic: 100 love poems by younger American poets. 811.008 ISN
  • Jabberwocky: the classic poem from Lewis Carroll’s through the looking-glass, and what Alice found there. Y 821 CAR
  • Jazz A-B-Z. Wynton Marsalis. Y 811 MAR
  • Jelly roll: a blues. Kevin Young. 811 YOU
  • A jetblack sunrise: poems about war and conflict. Y 808.81 JET
  • Journey. Kathleen Norris. 811 NOR
  • June fourth elegies. Liu Xiaobo. 895.11 LIU
  • Just saying. Rae Armantrout. 811 ARM
  • The kingdom of ordinary time. Marie Howe. 811 HOW
  • Kiss of God: the wisdom of a silent child. Marshall Stewart Ball. 811 BAL
  • The kitchen sink: new and selected poems, 1972-2007. Albert Goldbarth. 811 GOL
  • The Lady of Shalott. Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Y 821 TEN
  • Landscape with rowers: poetry from the Netherlands. 839.31 LAN
  • Language for a new century: contemporary poetry from the Middle East, Asia, and beyond. 808.81 LAN
  • Lay back the darkness. Edward Hirsch. 811 HIR
  • Left-handed: poems. Jonathan Galassi. 811 GAL
  • Life on Mars: poems. Tracy K. Smith. 811 SMI
  • Light-gathering poems. 808.81 LIG
  • Lighthead. Terrance Hayes. 811 HAY
  • Like thunder: poets respond to violence in America. 811.008 LIK
  • Little stones at my window = Piedritas en la ventana. Mario Benedetti. Spanish Lang. 861 BEN
  • A liturgy for stones. David Wright. 811 WRI
  • The living fire: new and selected poems, 1975-2010. Edward Hirsch. 811 HIR
  • Living things. Anne Porter. 811 POR
  • Looking for the Gulf Motel. Richard Blanco. 811 BLA
  • Love, an index. Rebecca Lindenberg. 811 LIN
  • Love haiku. 895.61 LOV
  • Love poetry out loud. 821.008 LOV
  • A love story beginning in Spanish. Judith Ortiz Cofer. 811 ORT
  • Loving through heartsongs. Mattie J.T. Stepanek. 811 STE
  • Man and camel. Mark Strand. 811 STR
  • Mars being red. Marvin Bell. 811 BEL
  • Master of disguises. Charles Simic. 811 SIM
  • Messenger: new and selected poems, 1976-2006. Ellen Bryant Voigt. 811 VOI
  • The mill grinds fine. Helen Wade Alderfer. Ind. Coll. 811 ALD
  • Monologue of a dog. Wislawa Szymborska. 891.85 SZY
  • Morning haiku. Sonia Sanchez. 811 SAN
  • Mother: a cradle to hold me. Maya Angelou. 811 ANG
  • Mother poems. Hope Anita Smith. Y 811 SMI
  • Motherhood: poems about mothers. 808.81 MOT
  • Music of a distant drum: classical Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Hebrew poems. 808.81 MUS
  • My brother’s book. Maurice Sendak. 811 SEN
  • My letter to the world and other poems. Emily Dickinson. Y 811 DIC
  • My name is Jason, mine too: our story, our way.  Jason Reynolds, Jason Griffin. Y 811 REY
  • My people. Langston Hughes. Y 811 HUG
  • Native guard. Natasha Trethewey. 811 TRE
  • The new African poetry. 896.1008 NEW
  • The new Bread Loaf anthology of contemporary American poetry. 811.008 NEW
  • New collected poems. Wendell Berry. 811 BER
  • News of the world: poems. Philip Levine. 811 LEV
  • Night of the republic. Alan Shapiro. 811 SHA
  • 19 varieties of gazelle: poems of the Middle East. Naomi Shihab Nye. Y 811 NYE
  • Northerners: poems. Seth Abramson. 811 ABR
  • The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry. 821.008 NOR
  • Obliviously on he sails: the Bush administration in rhyme. Calvin Trillin. 811 TRI
  • October mourning: a song for Matthew Shepard. Leslea Newman. Y 811 NEW
  • Of indigo and saffron: new and selected poems. Michael McClure. 811 MACC
  • Old Glory: American war poems from the Revolutionary War to the war on terrorism. 811.008 OLD
  • Old heart: poems. Stanley Plumly. 811 PLU
  • On retirement: 75 poems. 808.81 ONR
  • On the cross. Dallas Wiebe. 811 WIE
  • On the spectrum of possible deaths. Lucia Perillo. 811 PER
  • Once: poems. Meghan O’Rourke. 811 ORO
  • The 100 best African American poems: (*but I cheated). 811.008 ONE
  • The 100 best love poems of all time. 811.008 ONE
  • 100 essential modern poems. 821.08 ONE
  • 100 great poems of love & lust. 808.81 ONE
  • 100 great poems of the twentieth century. 808.81 ONE
  • 101 poems that could save your life. 808.81 ONE
  • 187 reasons Mexicanos can’t cross the border: undocuments 1971-2007. Juan Felipe Herrera. 811 HER
  • One secret thing. Sharon Olds. 811 OLD
  • One with others: a little book of her days. C.D. Wright. 811 WRI
  • The open door: one hundred poems, one hundred years of Poetry magazine. 811.008 OPE
  • The ordering of love: the new and collected poems of Madeleine L’Engle. 811 LEN
  • Other: British and Irish poetry since 1970. 821.008 OTH
  • Our lady of the ruins. Traci Brimhall. 811 BRI
  • The outernationale. Peter Gizzi. 811 GIZ
  • The outlaw bible of American poetry. 811.008 OUT
  • The owl and the pussycat. Edward Lear. Y 821 LEA
  • The owner of the house: new collected poems, 1940-2001. Louis Simpson. 811 SIM
  • The Oxford anthology of African-American poetry. 811.008 OXF
  • The Oxford book of sonnets. 821.08 SON
  • Paint me like I am: teen poems. Y 811.008 PAI
  • The pajamaist. Matthew Zapruder. 811 ZAP
  • Partly cloudy: poems of love and longing. Gary Soto. Y 811 SOT
  • Pax atomica. Campbell McGrath. 811 MACG
  • The Penelopeia. Jane Rawlings. 811 RAW
  • The Penguin anthology of twentieth-century American poetry. 811.008 PEN
  • Piano in the vineyard. Jean Janzen. 811 JAN
  • Pirate haiku: bilge-sucking poems of booty, grog, and wenches for scurvy sea dogs. Michael P. Spradlin. Y 811 SPR
  • A place like this. Steven Herrick. Y 821 HER
  • A pocketful of voices = Un bolsillo de vocesSpanish Lang. 808.81 POC
  • Poems from Guantanamo: the detainees speak892.71 POE
  • Poems 1962-2012. Louise Gluck. 811 GLU
  • The poems of Marianne Moore. 811 MOO
  • Poems of the American West. 811.008 POE
  • Poems seven. Alan Dugan. 811 DUG
  • Poems to comfort. 811.008 POE
  • Poems to read: a new favorite poem project anthology. 808.81 POE
  • The Poetry anthology, 1912-2002. 811.008 POE
  • Poetry as insurgent art. Lawrence Ferlinghetti. 811 FER
  • Poetry daily: 366 poems from the world’s most popular poetry website. 811.008 POE
  • The poetry of our world: an international anthology of contemporary poetry. 808.81 POE
  • The poetry of Petrarch. 851.1 PET
  • Poetry 180: a turning back to poetry. Y 811.008 POE
  • The poets laureate anthology. 811.008 POE
  • Poets of World War II. 811.008 POE
  • The prodigal. Derek Walcott. 811 WAL
  • Puerta del sol. Francisco Aragon. 811 ARA
  • The Pushcart book of poetry. 808.81 PUS
  • Quilting the black-eyed pea. Nikki Giovanni. 811 GIO
  • The radiation sonnets. Jane Yolen. 811 YOL
  • Random House treasury of friendship poems. 808.819 RAN
  • Range of light: poems. Catharine Savage Brosman. 811 BRO
  • The raven. Edgar Allan Poe. Y 811 POE
  • Red bird: poems. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • Red hot salsa: bilingual poems on being young and Latino in the United States. Y 811.008 RED
  • The republic of poetry. Martin Espada. 811 ESP
  • Requiem: poems of the Terezin ghetto. Paul B. Janeczko. Y 811 JAN
  • The rest of the voyage: poems. Bernard Noel. 841 NOE
  • Revenge and forgiveness. Y 808.81 REV
  • Ripe: poems. Todd Davis. 811 DAV
  • Roots & wings: poetry from Spain, 1900-1975: a bilingual anthology. 861 ROO
  • The rose that grew from concrete. Tupac Amaru Shakur. Y 811 SHA
  • Save the last dance. Gerald Stern. 811 STE
  • Scanning the century: the Penguin book of the twentieth century in poetry. 808.81 SCA
  • Scar tissue. Charles Wright. 811 WRI
  • The second blush. Molly Peacock. 811 PEA
  • Selected lyric poetry. Alexander Pushkin. 891.71 PUS
  • Selected poems. Thom Gunn. 821 GUN
  • Selected poems. Rabindranath Tagore. 891.44 TAG
  • Selected poems. William Wordsworth. 821 WOR
  • The shadow of Sirius. W.S. Merwin. 811 MER
  • Shakespeare well-versed: a rhyming guide to all his plays. James Muirden. 822.33 MUI
  • She walks in beauty: a woman’s journey through poems. 808.81 SHE
  • Shedding skins: four Sioux poets. 811 SHE
  • Show yourself to my soul: a new translation of Gitanjali. Rabindranath Tagore. 891.44 TAG
  • The singing. C.K. Williams. 811 WIL
  • Sixty poems. Charles Simic. 811 SIM
  • Skin, Inc.: identity repair poems. Thomas Sayers Ellis. 811 ELL
  • Slave moth. Thylias Moss. 811 MOS
  • Sleeping it off in Rapid City: poems, new and selected. August Kleinzahler. 811 KLE
  • Slow lightning: poems. Eduardo C. Corral. 811 COR
  • Soltando Amarras = Casting off. Claribel Alegria. Spanish Lang. 861 ALE
  • Some heaven: poems. Todd Davis. 811 DAV
  • Sonata mulattica: a life in five movements and a short play. Rita Dove. 811 DOV
  • Songs in sepia and black & white. Norbert Krapf. Ind. Coll. 811 KRA
  • Songs of love and war: Afghan women’s poetry. Sayd Bahodine Majrouh. 891.593 MAJ
  • Songs of unreason. Jim Harrison. 811 HAR
  • The soul of Rumi: a new collection of ecstatic poems. 891.5 JAL
  • Space, in chains. Laura Kasischke. 811 KAS
  • Spectral waves. Madeline DeFrees. 811 DEF
  • Splay anthem. Nathaniel Mackey. 811 MACK
  • Staying alive: real poems for unreal times. 808.81 STA
  • Still to mow: poems. Maxine Kumin. 811 KUM
  • The Stray Dog cabaret: a book of Russian poems891.71 STR
  • Strong is your hold. Galway Kinnell. 811 KIN
  • Swan: poems and prose poems. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • Tantalus in love. Alan Shapiro. 811 SHA
  • Teahouse of the almighty. Patricia Smith. 811 SMI
  • Tears for water: songbook of poems and lyrics. Alicia Keys. Y 811 KEY
  • Ten poems to last a lifetime. 808.81 TEN
  • That this. Susan Howe. 811 HOW
  • Things to say to a dead man: poems at the end of a marriage and after. Jane Yolen. 811 YOL
  • Think again. JonArno Lawson. Y 811 LAW
  • Thirst. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • A thousand mornings. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • Thrall: poems. Natasha Trethewey. 811 TRE
  • Till I end my song: a gathering of last poems. 808.81 TIL
  • Time and materials: poems, 1997-2005. Robert Hass. 811 HAS
  • Time you let me in: 25 poets under 25. Y 811.008 TIM
  • Tom Thomson in purgatory. Troy Jollimore. 811 JOL
  • Tonight no poetry will serve: poems, 2007-2010. Adrienne Rich. 811 RIC
  • Toxic flora: poems. Kimiko Hahn. 811 HAH
  • Transfer: poems. Naomi Shihab Nye. 811 NYE
  • Traveler. Devin Johnston. 811 JOH
  • Traveling light: poems. Linda Pastan. 811 PAS
  • The trouble with poetry and other poems. Billy Collins. 811 COL
  • The 20th century in poetry. 808.81 TWE
  • Twenty poems to nourish your soul. 242 TWE
  • Twin cities. Carol Muske-Dukes. 811 MUS
  • Unexpectedly eighty: and other adaptations. Judith Viorst. 811 VIO
  • Unincorporated persons in the late Honda dynasty. Tony Hoagland. 811 HOA
  • Upgraded to serious. Heather McHugh. 811 MACH
  • Usher. B.H. Fairchild. 811 FAI
  • Valentines. Ted Kooser. 811 KOO
  • Versed. Rae Armantrout. 811 ARM
  • Verses and versions: three centuries of Russian poetry. 891.71 VER
  • Vertigo: poems. Martha Ronk. 811 RON
  • Vintage Hughes. Langston Hughes. 811 HUG
  • Voices: poetry and art from around the world. 808.81 VOI
  • Wait. C.K. Williams. 811 WIL
  • Walking papers: poems, 1999-2009. Thomas Lynch. 811 LYN
  • War poems. 808.819 WAR
  • Warhorses: poems. Yusef Komunyakaa. 811 KOM
  • Water lines. Luci Shaw. 811 SHA
  • Watercolor women, opaque men: a novel in verse.  Ana Castillo. 811 CAS
  • Wayfare. Pattiann Rogers. 811 ROG
  • Werewolf haiku. Ryan Mecum. Y 811 MEC
  • What goes on: selected & new poems, 1995-2009. Stephen Dunn. 811 DUN
  • What have you lost? Y 808.81 WHA
  • What my mother doesn’t know. Sonya Sones. Y 811 SON
  • White apples and the taste of stone: selected poems, 1946-2006. Donald Hall. 811 HAL
  • White egrets: poems. Derek Walcott. 811 WAL
  • Why I wake early. Mary Oliver. 811 OLI
  • The wind shifts: new Latino poetry. 811.008 WIN
  • The winged energy of delight: selected translations. 808.81 WIN
  • Without: poems. Donald Hall. 811 HAL
  • The woman I kept to myself. Julia Alvarez. 811 ALV
  • A worldly country: new poems. John Ashbery. 811 ASH
  • “Words for the hour”: a new anthology of American Civil War poetry. 811.008 WOR
  • Working the dirt: an anthology of Southern poets. 811.008 WOR
  • World enough. Maureen N. McLane. 811 MACL
  • The world will follow joy: turning madness into flowers: (new poems). Alice Walker. 811 WAL
  • Writers writing dying. C.K. Williams. 811 WIL
  • The year of goodbyes: a true story of friendship, family and farewells. Debbie Levy. Y 811 LEV
  • A year with Rumi: daily readings. 891.5 JAL
  • You & yours. Naomi Shihab Nye. 811 NYE
  • You remind me of you: a poetry memoir. Eireann Corrigan. Y 811 COR
  • Your own, Sylvia: a verse portrait of Sylvia Plath. Stephanie Hemphill. Y 811 HEM

BIOGRAPHY, MEMOIR, & LETTERS

  • The best day the worst day: life with Jane Kenyon.  Donald Hall. B Kenyon
  • A blue hand: the Beats in India. Deborah Baker. B Ginsberg
  • The body and the book: writing from a Mennonite life: essays and poems. Julia Kasdorf. B Kasdorf
  • Chaucer. Peter Ackroyd. B Chaucer
  • Cherry. Mary Karr. B Karr
  • Christina Rossetti. Jan Marsh. B Rossetti
  • Dog years. Mark Doty. B Doty, Large Type B Doty, CD B Doty
  • Dylan Thomas: a new life. Andrew Lycett. B Thomas
  • E.E. Cummings. Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno. B Cummings
  • Early morning: remembering my father, William Stafford. Kim Stafford. B Stafford
  • The friendship: Wordsworth and Coleridge. Adam Sisman. 821.09 SIS
  • Happy: a memoir. Alex Lemon. B Lemon
  • Her husband: Hughes and Plath– a marriage. Diane Middlebrook. B Hughes, Audio B Hughes
  • John Donne. John Stubbs. B Donne
  • The language of life. Bill Moyers. 811.009 MOY
  • Letters to Jane. Hayden Carruth. B Carruth
  • The life and wisdom of Gwen Frostic. Sheryl James. B Frostic
  • Lifesaving. Judith Barrington. B Barrington
  • Like family. Paula McLain. B McLain
  • Local wonders: seasons in the Bohemian Alps. Ted Kooser. 978.2 KOO
  • Longfellow. Charles C. Calhoun. B Longfellow
  • The last holiday: a memoir. Gil Scott-Heron. B Scott-Heron
  • Mennonite in a little black dress: a memoir of going home. Rhoda Janzen. B Janzen, Large Type B Janzen, CD B Janzen
  • Messenger: the legacy of Mattie J.T. Stepanek and Heartsongs. Jeni Stepanek. B Stepanek
  • Milton: poet, pamphleteer, and patriot. Anna Beer. B Milton
  • My wars are laid away in books: the life of Emily Dickinson. Alfred Habegger. B Dickinson
  • The poet slave of Cuba: a biography of Juan Francisco Manzano. Margarita Engle. Y 811 ENG
  • The poet’s guide to life: the wisdom of Rilke. 836 RIL, CD 836 RIL
  • Pushkin. T.J. Binyon. B Pushkin
  • Raising fences. Michael Datcher. B Datcher
  • Robert Frost: a life. Jay Parini. B Frost
  • Savage beauty: the life of Edna St. Vincent Millay. Nancy Milford. B Millay
  • The 6.5 practices of moderately successful poets: a self-help memoir. Jeffrey Skinner. 808.1 SKI
  • Soldier: a poet’s childhood. June Jordan. B Jordan
  • A song flung up to heaven. Maya Angelou. B Angelou, CD B Angelou
  • The ticking is the bomb: … a memoir. Nick Flynn. B Flynn
  • T.S. Eliot. Lyndall Gordon. B Eliot
  • The unabridged journals of Sylvia Plath, 1950-1962. B Plath
  • Uphill with Archie: a son’s journey. William H. MacLeish. B MacLeish
  • The virgin of Bennington. Kathleen Norris. B Norris
  • Walking home: a poet’s journey. Simon Armitage. 914.8 ARM
  • Walt Whitman’s America: a cultural biography. David S. Reynolds. B Whitman

ABOUT POETRY

  • Beautiful & pointless: a guide to modern poetry. David Orr. 808.1 ORR
  • Breakfast served any time all day: essays on poetry new and selected. Donald Hall. 811.009 HAL
  • Disappearing ink: poetry at the end of print culture. Dana Gioia. 809.1 GIO
  • Giving their word: conversations with contemporary poets. 811.009 GIV
  • How to read a poem: and fall in love with poetry. Edward Hirsch. 808.1 HIR
  • How to read a poem–and start a poetry circle. Molly Peacock. 808.1 PEA
  • A journey with two maps: becoming a woman poet. Eavan Boland. 824 BOL
  • The making of a poem: a Norton anthology of poetic forms. 808.1 MAK
  • Now & then: the Poet’s Choice columns, 1997-2000. Robert Hass. 808.1 HAS
  • Ordinary genius: a guide for the poet within. Kim Addonizio. 808.1 ADD
  • Poetry as insurgent art. Lawrence Ferlinghetti. 811 FER
  • Poetry as spiritual practice: reading, writing, and using poetry in your daily rituals, aspirations, and intentions. 808.1 MACD
  • The poetry home repair manual: practical advice for beginning poets. Ted Kooser. 808.1 KOO
  • Poetry slam. 811 POE
  • Poet’s choice. Edward Hirsch. 808.1 HIR
  • Poet’s market. 808.02 POE

FICTION

  • The anthologist. Nicholson Baker. Fic BAK
  • Darker than any shadow: a Tai Randolph mystery. Tina Whittle. Mystery WHI
  • Emily’s dress and other missing things. Kate Burak. Y Fic BUR
  • The more I owe you. Michael Sledge. Fic SLE
  • The summer without men. Siri Hustvedt. Fic HUS

AUDIO

  • At Blackwater Pond. Mary Oliver. CD 811 OLI
  • The best-loved poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. CD 808.81 BES
  • Billy Collins live. CD 811 COL
  • Good poems. Selected by Garrison Keillor. CD 811.008 GOO, Y AUDIO Playaway 811.008 GOO
  • Heaven in a wild flower: the British romantic poets. Adam Potkay. CD 821.09 POT
  • In Flanders fields and other poems about war. John McCrae, Wilfred Owen. CD 821 MACC
  • John Donne. CD 821 DON
  • Leaves of grass. Walt Whitman. CD 811 WHI
  • Louder, we can’t hear you (yet!): the political poems of Marge Piercy. CD 811 PIE
  • Many miles. Mary Oliver. CD 811 OLI
  • Now the dead will dance the Mambo: the poems of  Martin Espada. CD 811 ESP
  • Poetry speaks: hear great poets read their work from Tennyson to Plath. 811.009 POE
  • Poetry speaks who I am. Y 811 POE
  • The poets’ corner: the one and only poetry book for the whole family. CD 808.81 POE
  • 77 love sonnets. Garrison Keillor. CD 811 KEI
  • Spoon River anthology. Edgar Lee Masters. Audio 811 MAS
  • The spoken word revolution: (slam, hip-hop, & the poetry of a new generation). 811.008 SPO, Y 811.008 SPO
  • A way with words. IV understanding poetry. CD 809.1 DRO
  • Words for you: the greatest poems, the finest voices, glorious music. CD U COLL WFY H-02

DVD / VIDEO

  • The day Carl Sandburg died. DVD B Sandburg
  • Emily Dickinson a certain slant of light. DVD B Dickinson
  • The language of life. DVD 808.1
  • Louder than a bomb. DVD 808.545
  • The poetry lounge [self-expression through the spoken word]. DVD 811.008
  • Robert Frost: voices & visions. VIDEO 811
  • Walt Whitman. VIDEO B Whitman

REFERENCE

  • The Columbia Granger’s index to poetry in anthologies. R 808.8 GRA

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES

SPANISH LANGUAGE / EN ESPAÑOL

  • Antología general. Pablo Neruda. Spanish Lang. 860 NER
  • El cuaderno verde del Che. Spanish Lang. 861.008 CUA
  • Historias y poemas de una lucha de clases. Roque Dalton. Spanish Lang. 861 DAL
  • Los mas bellos poemas de amor en lengua española. Spanish Lang. 861 MAS
  • Quiero ser poeta: ejercicios e instrucciones para escribir poesía. Spanish Lang. 808.1 QUI
  • Veinte poemas de amor y una cancion desesperada / Cien sonetos de amor. Pablo Neruda. Spanish Lang. 861 NER
  • Antologia noble de la poesia mexicana. Spanish Lang. CD 861.008 ANT

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