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James Haug:
RIVERAIN
Winner of the 2017 FIELD Poetry Prize

"Haug is a master at making the mundane magical and the mystical common. His plainspoken encounters with the denizens of the river valley never succumb to the burden of expectation, for they, like the river, are joyfully unpredictable and alive."

William Waltz

  CHANCE DIVINE

Jeffrey Skinner:
CHANCE DIVINE
Winner of the 2016 FIELD Poetry Prize

"Jeffrey Skinner has a metaphysical thirst so large and fierce and energetic that it can only slake itself in the ocean of language. And that is what it does in these amazing poems, which are amazing both for their complexity and sophistication and their buoyant clarity and immediacy."

Vijay Seshadri



  The Mansion of Happiness

Jon Loomis:
THE MANSION OF HAPPINESS

"With his wild intelligence, humor, and command of form, Loomis's poems reveal the world of the unseen that would remain hidden without the generous mind uncovering for us what was always there. The Mansion of Happiness is an instruction manual for living a life of appreciation, contemplation, and joy."

Mark Wunderlich

 

Animism

Emmanuel Moses:
PRELUDES AND FUGUES

"One of the most singular lyric voices to emerge in France in the last quarter century, Emmanuel Moses is well served by veteran American poet-translator Marilyn Hacker, whose translations from the poet's three latest collections have a way of casting their own spell."

Gabriel Levin

FIELD Poetry Series

The best of new American poetry, in handsomely designed editions

FIELD Translation Series

Poetry from around the globe in extraordinary translations by some of our finest poets

FIELD Editions

Inventive anthologies for discriminating readers. Great for textbook adoption too.

FIELD Poetry Prize

Information about our annual poetry book contest.


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