A few more recent releases:
Written over a period of 15 years, this is a collection of poems by Persian poet Hafez (a fellow Persian poet to Rumi), by Robert Bly and Persian scholar Leonard Lewisohn.
"Robert understands the wild assertions of Hafez and his transparency. Robert’s translations have the nimbleness and daring of the lover. This is the book we have been waiting for." — Coleman Barks
The New York Times has said that "Jorie Graham's poetry is among the most sensuously embodied and imaginative writing we have."
"Our most formidable nature poet" — Publishers Weekly
Selected work from Doty's seven books, along with a generous collection of new work.
"Doty’s facility with his chosen form...is so natural that the craft in his work is all but invisible; he makes the damnably difficult look deceptively simple." Booklist
By Campbell McGrath
And a short excerpt from Seven Notebooks:
An ant to the stars
or stars to the ant—which is
Weekend Jet Skiers—
rude to call them idiots,
yes, but facts are facts.
Clamor of seabirds
as the sun falls—I look up
and ten years have passed."
—from "Dawn Notebook"