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Deer in the Haystacks
Although she does not write solely of death and the cold of Wyoming, these subjects are rarely far away in Partridge's first collection.
The Clock of Moss
The Clock of Moss chronicles the changing of the Southwest and the often difficult journeys of its people.
Anvil of Roses
Anvil of Roses was Ferril’s sixth collection of poetry and demonstrates his comprehension of and love for the landscape and mythology of the West.
Set in 1851–52 between Missouri and Wyoming, Hannah narrates stories of what she and her companions, set out on an adventure, hope and fear to find.
Laws of the Land
The landscape, history, family—past and present—all cast light and reflect off each other under Baker’s elegant hand.
The poems of Romero’s Agua Negra are set in a small Northern New Mexico village where a miracle once occurred, and have the ring of folktales and village gossip.
To Touch the Water
Ehrlich's first book draws from her personal experience in a harsh yet beautiful West.
Susan Strayer Deal
No Moving Parts
Deal's poems are not simply about the landscape, or the poet’s experience of it, but about how the mind and soul operate like the prairie: starkly, relentlessly.
Selected Poems [Hazel Hall]
Though she was confined to a wheelchair and a single room due to a childhood illness, Hall wrote a poetry of vivid richness that extends outside her room and even her own time.
To the Natural World
Sense of place is the passion behind Taggard's melody and rhythm, and these qualities animate this collection of poetry.
The Hearkening Eye
Flanner began writing in the nineteen twenties; her verse is replete with the cadences and landscape of the West.
Over DeSoto’s Bones
Beasley's book of poems is an intelligent, ironic, and engaging look at history and its consequences in the desert west.
Charley John Greasybear
"Charley John sings openly of his view of wonderful and terrifying multiple worlds,” writes J. Whitebird of these poems.
Stealing the Children
Carolyne Wright writes bothof the west and of relationships with an extraordinary sense of physical space.
Famed as a writer of prose, Haniel Long’s poetry was discovered almost twenty-one years after his death.
Tom Trusky, ed.
Women Poets of the West
A redesigned edition of Ahsahta's 1978 anthology of Western women's writing.
Selected Poems [H.L. Davis]
H.L. Davis brings humans and nature together in his poems, believing that from one we can understand something of the other.
David Wagoner states in the introduction to this book, “Richard Blessing is a very gifted, deeply thoughtful, and increasingly skillful poet."
In each of his images of elk deer, tide-ponds. salmon, storms, antlers, Krieger brings to focus a moment of revelation accurately caught.
A Taste of the Knife
Whether Marnie Walsh is speaking harshly and literally about human conditions, or gently and metaphorically about poems, love, and nature, she speaks the truth.