First edition, review copy with publisher's slip laid in, of the Pulizter- and Nobel-winning poet's first book, published when she was only 25 and already capturing Glück's characteristic mix of symbolic allusion, disciplined expression of anger, and breathtakingly lyrical composition.
Signed limited first edition of these privately printed poems by artist, poet, and French Resistance fighter Verdet, illustrated with three fine prints by Jean Lurçat, issued in the year of the artist's death and dedicated to him by the poet.
Edited by Paul Carroll, introduction by James Dickey
First printing of Carroll's anthology of new work by Ted Berrigan, Tom Clark, Kenward Elmslie, Louise Glück, Robert Hass, Gerald Malanga, Ron Padgett, Aram Saroyan, Charles Simic, Julia Vinograd, and 47 others.
Inscribed first edition of this collection from Movement poet Donald Davie, written while he was working as a professor at the University of Essex – with hauntingly stark illustrations by Michael Foreman.